Originally Posted by Thelosouvlakia
Shouldn't we worry about stability issues at that high speeds on such a new standard?
DDR3 was the same at the early stages 1600Mhz modules made the system unstable, but of course that was later fixed
We should worry about the price instead...
However haswell IMC has proven to be quite good in memory overclocking. Obviously early X99 BIOSes and early DDR4 modules could have issues, but I think they will improve compatibility for higher speed and lower latencies with bios updates and new modules.
I bet there also will be 3200 MHz and relatively good timings 1.2V modules available once the production ramps up, sometimes in mid 2015. Remember that 3200 MHz is the heir of 1600 MHz ( most common consumer ram speed in the last 2-3 years )
But they're so expensive right now...