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I'm thinking of picking some up because it is cheap as heck. I know they are new and cheap to try to get the brand known, but a 16GB DDR4-2400 Kit for $45 is hard to pass up.
 
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I'm thinking of picking some up because it is cheap as heck. I know they are new and cheap to try to get the brand known, but a 16GB DDR4-2400 Kit for $45 is hard to pass up.
That's literally "YOLO" spelled backwards...

link?
 

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That's the kit I'm buying. I'll give them a try, worst thing that happens is they don't work and I have to send them back to Newegg. Even if they only run at stock, big deal, it's a 16GB kit for $45. I'm tempted to rip the heatsinks off and see what chips they use, but chances are they've removed any markings from the chips.
 
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Do report back! Yolo!
 

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Two things.....
Typically with cheaper RAM like this, they will run at defaults, but tend to use ICs that were not good enough for another company to use and sell.
Secondly, don't bother tearing off anything when you can use this instead (as long as the SPD is programmed)... http://www.softnology.biz/files.html

I had some very affordable Mushkin Redlines and Ridgebacks for example, and at that time they were using ICs that did not pass the binning process from Micron, rebranded the IC to something nobody ever saw before, but they still worked, all be it with a tad less performance.
 

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The RAM came, I built the computer and it booted first try(@2133 or course). I enabled XMP and it booted @2400. It seems to work as advertised. I'm happy with it.
 

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The RAM came, I built the computer and it booted first try(@2133 or course). I enabled XMP and it booted @2400. It seems to work as advertised. I'm happy with it.
Just out of curiosity, have you ran something like AIDA to see if its performance is on par with other similar kits at that speed?
 

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Just out of curiosity, have you ran something like AIDA to see if its performance is on par with other similar kits at that speed?
I can this weekend, I haven't had time to do anything but basic setup of the computer.
 
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It works at speed. Good deal.
 
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The RAM came, I built the computer and it booted first try(@2133 or course). I enabled XMP and it booted @2400. It seems to work as advertised. I'm happy with it.
Good for you and I'm pleased you got it going on the first shot!
I'm not having any such luck with a 16Gb kit on an MSI B450M Pro-M2 for a customer build. It's not listed in the QVL and my own Corsair CMK16GX4M2A2400C16 ver 5.3 isn't taking either. It's listed but only up to v3.1.
I'm trying to get hold of something compatible so that I can update the BIOS as there has been a release for mem compatibility.
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Good for you and I'm pleased you got it going on the first shot!
I'm not having any such luck with a 16Gb kit on an MSI B450M Pro-M2 for a customer build. It's not listed in the QVL and my own Corsair CMK16GX4M2A2400C16 ver 5.3 isn't taking either. It's listed but only up to v3.1.
I'm trying to get hold of something compatible so that I can update the BIOS as there has been a release for mem compatibility.
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Did you verify that the current BIOS even probably supports the CPU? Assuming you put a 3rd gen Ryzen in it, the B450 isn't guaranteed to support that CPU right out of the box.

I can say I've bought several OLOy RAM kits now, even risked it with some faster 2666 kits, and they've all booted up first try and ran at advertised speeds without issue.
 

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Thanks for the report. I may be looking at some OLOy RAM in the near future for this build I have planned, probably involving a Ryzen 2400g.
 
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Actually i will avoid brands like that for simple reason, unknown (especially locally), the chipsets and after sales service, warranty etc
 
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Did you verify that the current BIOS even probably supports the CPU? Assuming you put a 3rd gen Ryzen in it, the B450 isn't guaranteed to support that CPU right out of the box.

I can say I've bought several OLOy RAM kits now, even risked it with some faster 2666 kits, and they've all booted up first try and ran at advertised speeds without issue.
I'm using a Ryzen 2600 which is listed as compatible. Anyway, I've gone back to the supplier and we're going to pop some other memory in simply so that we can get it to boot, then update the bios and take it from there.
 
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Duh, what a plonker I am.
I assumed wrongly that this mobo had IGP since it has VGA, DVI and HDMI and I haven't bought the customer GPU yet.
Using a spare GPU and it booted just fine.
Moral: never assume anything.
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Duh, what a plonker I am.
I assumed wrongly that this mobo had IGP since it has VGA, DVI and HDMI and I haven't bought the customer GPU yet.
Using a spare GPU and it booted just fine.
Moral: never assume anything.
:banghead:
Only APUs at that point
 
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Anyway, hoping that I didn't hijack the OPs thread, but yes, Oloy memory works just great, even without a BIOS update.(which I've now done anyway)
 

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Duh, what a plonker I am.
I assumed wrongly that this mobo had IGP since it has VGA, DVI and HDMI and I haven't bought the customer GPU yet.
Using a spare GPU and it booted just fine.
Moral: never assume anything.
:banghead:
I see people make that mistake a lot with Ryzen builds, and even Intel now with the 'F' processors.
 
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I Have 2x8 gig of the OLOY Warhawk memory running at 3200Mhz cl16 on an ASRock B450m with no problems since day 1
 
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