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Old 16-06-19, 10:24 AM
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Isn't the 16 core a Ryzen 3 part ?
No! It's a Ryzen 9 part but is Ryzen 3rd Gen which is two totally different things, but to answer the question I was watching a video by Buildzoid today on the X570 Godlike and he was talking 128 gig of ram being supported


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Old 16-06-19, 11:15 AM
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Yes FTLN that memory you linked is unbuffered, you can tell from the bottom bit of the spec list, when it says "Registered: No" this means unbuffered essentially.

I think the confusion from the point above is that Ryzen 3rd gen is Zen2, because Ryzen 2nd gen was Zen+, and so Zen3 will be Ryzen 4th gen. (Zen is arch, Ryzen is brand series). Then they also name their brand tiers Ryzen 3/5/7/9 to confuse things more.
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Old 16-06-19, 01:15 PM
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Lol, yes a bit confusing !!
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