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FTLN 15-06-19 01:29 PM

Ryzen 3 128GB Ram
 
Will this be possible ?
What's are the current cheapest options ?

tgrech 15-06-19 01:52 PM

A fair few X570 boards have 128GB support listed but it might not be all of them. Don't think any X470 or lower boards supported more than 64GB. But you'd need a pretty expensive 4x32GB set, maybe 2x64GB will be supported but I doubt it'd be cheaper.

Wouldn't be that much more to consider a Threadripper solution with 8x16GB sticks and a 1900X but still abit more.

cooperman 15-06-19 02:30 PM

Why do you need 128gbs of ram with a lowend processor?

FTLN 15-06-19 02:44 PM

Currently got the 9900k with 64gb 3000mhz (4x16) but my VM's (Cisco Call Manager cluster, Polycom Realpresence cluster, pfsense high availability cluster) are eating away at the ram.. I'm defo gonna upgrade to Ryzen 3 16 core but only if I have a 128gb option. So i'm trying to figure out what is my cheapest option is going to be. I know Ryzen cpu's support server ram but cant find any 32gb with 3000mhz+ speeds.

tgrech 15-06-19 04:14 PM

You'll get twice the bandwidth from a Threadripper setup and it's looking like the X570 motherboards will be in the same price ballpark as current TR boards, while you'd save a couple hundred 's using 8x16GB vs 4x32GB, definitely worth considering for your use case I'd say. It's just a question of whether there will be 16c Ryzen 3 Threadrippers(Personally I think there will be because it's all of these high IO use cases where the TR platform really shines).

FTLN 15-06-19 05:17 PM

I really don't want the high end platform though, and with regards to bandwidth I don't need it, my vm's are not CPU or bandwidth hungry but they do use a lot of memory :( . I saw these Samsung 32gb sticks less than 200e, may be they will be compatible with x570 https://www.avadirect.com/32GB-M378A...oduct/12763278

Excalabur50 16-06-19 01:19 AM

You are confusing peeps I think by saying Ryzen 3 when you're actually wanting a Ryzen 9 16 core maybe change the title to Ryzen 3000 :)

FTLN 16-06-19 09:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Excalabur50 (Post 1007422)
You are confusing peeps I think by saying Ryzen 3 when you're actually wanting a Ryzen 9 16 core maybe change the title to Ryzen 3000 :)

Isn't the 16 core a Ryzen 3 part ?

cooperman 16-06-19 09:15 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by FTLN (Post 1007429)
Isn't the 16 core a Ryzen 3 part ?


Put ryzen 3 in to google you will get apu's show up.

ZEN 3 = 4 core APU
ZEN 5 = 6 core cpu's
ZEN 7 = 8 core cpu's
ZEN 9 = 12/16 core cpu's

FTLN 16-06-19 09:54 AM

So 16 core is Ryzen 3rd gen, Asus mentions that the Pro WS X570-ACE is compatible with 128gb Un-buffered. Is this ram Un-buffered : https://www.avadirect.com/32GB-M378A...oduct/12763278

https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Pr...pecifications/
Memory
3rd Gen AMD Ryzen™ Processors
4 x DIMM, Max. 128GB, DDR4 MHz Un-buffered Memory *
2nd Gen AMD Ryzen™ Processors
4 x DIMM, Max. 128GB, DDR4 MHz Un-buffered Memory
2nd and 1st Gen AMD Ryzen™ with Radeon™ Vega Graphics Processors
4 x DIMM, Max. 128GB, DDR4 MHz Un-buffered Memory
Dual Channel Memory Architecture
ECC Memory (ECC mode) support varies by CPU.
* Refer to www.asus.com for the Memory QVL (Qualified Vendors Lists).
* The maximum memory capacity supported vary depending on the CPU you installed.


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