ASUS - ROG Strix X399-E Gaming Motherboard

configurator results memory

  • Standard

    0 MB (Removable)

  • Maximum

    128 GB non-ECC UDIMM

    128 GB ECC UDIMM

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  • Bus Architecture

    USB 2.0/3.x Type-A

    PCI Express

    SSD - SATA 2.5-inch 9.5mm

    USB 2.0/3.x Type-C

    SSD - M.2 SATA

    SSD - M.2 NVMe

    SSD - U.2 NVMe

  • 8 Socket(s)

  • AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X AMD X399

    AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X AMD X399

Important Configuration Notes

MODULES MUST BE ORDERED AND INSTALLED IN GROUPS OF FOUR for Quad Channel mode.

Kingston Fury Configuration Notes

  • FURY Plug N Play memory will run up to the speed allowed by the manufacturer’s system BIOS. PnP cannot increase the system memory speed faster than is allowed by the manufacturer’s BIOS. Speed, timings, and voltage are also programmed under Profile 1 which can be enabled from the BIOS to engage overclock.
  • Check with your motherboard QVL for the latest tested memory parts and supported configurations.
  • Mixing modules or kits of different speeds/timings/voltages is not recommended and may cause instability.
  • If a K8 “Kit of 8” part is not listed for a particular speed/capacity, it is not recommended to install two K4 “Kit of 4” parts together. K8 kits are only listed if the configuration has been tested as stable.

Compatible Upgrades For Your System

Overclocking pushes the stable industry standard specifications of memory (speed, latencies, voltage) to achieve higher performance. While generally safe and supported by Intel, AMD, and the motherboard/system manufacturers, overclocking is done at your own risk. System stability may be compromised by some speeds and configurations. The FURY parts listed are based on motherboard manufacturer testing (QVLs) and Kingston internal testing, however some systems may require premium components (high-end processor models, motherboards, power supplies, and water cooling) to achieve stable overclocking, particularly at extreme speeds.