Push Your System’s Limit With Mushkin Redline DDR4-4000
Give Your Lake A Nice Pool Of Fast Memory
You could certainly experiment with the Mushkin Redline DDR4-4000 kit on a Ryzen system, though downclocking to DDR4-3600 and tightening the timings would give you better results than trying to run at it’s XMP frequency. In an Intel system, which doesn’t depend on Infinity Fabric, you can run at timings of 18-22-22-42 at the push of a button, Neoseeker had absolutely no issues with running these DIMMs by just letting XMP handle everything.
They then took the XMP settings on this set of Mushkin Redline DIMMs and started to modify them to see how much more they could get out of this kit. In their testing they hit the ceiling at DDR4-4266, which was perfectly stable but that was the limit on stability without bumping up the voltage or loosening timings.
If you put the work in you could probably push these DIMMs further, though Neoseeker didn’t have any luck. The other positive was the price, at the time of the review it the kit was priced at $85 which is not too bad at all for memory of this frequency.
Today we're taking a look at the Mushkin Redline DDR4-4000 CL18 16GB dual channel memory kit, featuring two 8GB PC4-32000 288-pin low-voltage 1.35V modules compatible with all DDR4-4000 platforms.
I’ve used these DIMMs a few times before (not these exact ones); never had any issues with them meeting their specs, and clean neutral design with no gamer brah non-sense looks good always. The one thing I ran into with these is they are not quite low enough to clear with Noctua NH-L12 so it would be good to see that addressed if they revise the design.