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DDR4 Round-Up: Corsair, G.SKILL, Kingston, PNY, Predator Tested

Overclocking will understandably be very much dependent upon luck of the draw with your individual kit. As such, we don’t assign too much weight to the overclocking results that we see with a sample size of one. There’s no harm in a quick tinker though.

For the PNY and Kingston 5333MHz kits, we had already messed with their settings, so we will instead focus on overclocking of the 32GB 3600MHz kits.

Corsair Vengeance RGB RT

For the Corsair Vengeance RGB RT set, we pushed the kit up to 3800MHz with its stock timings using 1.45V. Unfortunately, tightening the timings to 18-18-18-38 at 3600MHz was not possible.

G.SKILL Trident Z Royal Elite

G.SKILL’s Trident Z Royal Elite managed to increase its frequency to 3800MHz with the stock timings and default 1.45V voltage applied.

Predator Apollo RGB DDR4

The Predator Apollo kit also pushed to 3800MHz at stock 14-15-15 timings and the usual 1.45V.

Kingston Fury Renegade RGB

Kingston’s Fury Renegade RGB kit increased to 3800MHz and stock timings using 1.45V. But the timings would not tighten further at 3800MHz when we tried 16-18-18-38.

To summarise, we saw a little bit of headroom from each of these 32GB kits. That smidgen of headroom was enough to push to 3800MHz, which is the frequency that our chip can manage for a 1900MHz Infinity Fabric Clock.

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