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post #11 of 50
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That's why i am here, I have no idea on what to do on buying ram for this board.

It's ok to call me stupid on this. I just want to know what's the best I can buy with the parts I have indicated, and how best to get them to work.

Please and thank you.
post #12 of 50
Yea, RAM nowadays isn't nearly as important as it used to be. 16GB of DDR4 3000mhz RAM is way more than enough for your needs.

What you DO want, however, is a fast SSD. That is what will allow your system to be snappy.
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post #13 of 50
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Originally Posted by BionicLemming View Post

That's why i am here, I have no idea on what to do on buying ram for this board.

It's ok to call me stupid on this. I just want to know what's the best I can buy with the parts I have indicated, and how best to get them to work.

Please and thank you.

Bro if i were you i would be looking for 16gb, with the lowest timings with respectable speeds. Its a fine a line for speed/timing ratio your going to have to do a little research and a little math. Just because a kit has speed setting rating doesnt mean its good you got to check the timings.
post #14 of 50
Here's the kit I would recommend.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233740&cm_re=DDR4-_-20-233-740-_-Product

It's fast and highly recommended.
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post #15 of 50
Also, here's a very nice 512GB SSD. It's pretty cheap, too.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226689&cm_re=512GB_ssd-_-20-226-689-_-Product

Put your operating system and any other programs you want to load fast on that thing, and your computer will feel stupidly fast and responsive. thumb.gif
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post #16 of 50
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Ok, last post for me tonight and thank you all for the warm reception.

I'll be back in 20 hours or so smile.gif

With what I'm building what two sticks of 16 gig ram would you overpay for if you were building the asus rampage 5 and haswell 3.5 that would not only work but look really cool?

And instead of throwing a thousand bucks at 128 gig of ram, I'll be buying a SSD that I will be looking to the forum to recommend smile.gif.
post #17 of 50
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Originally Posted by BionicLemming View Post

Ok, last post for me tonight and thank you all for the warm reception.

I'll be back in 20 hours or so smile.gif

With what I'm building what two sticks of 16 gig ram would you overpay for if you were building the asus rampage 5 and haswell 3.5 that would not only work but look really cool?

And instead of throwing a thousand bucks at 128 gig of ram, I'll be buying a SSD that I will be looking to the forum to recommend smile.gif.

The 16GB Kit I posted earlier is what I would recommend. It's 4 sticks, but your motherboard has 8 RAM slots (and it's a quad-channel memory board, so you want 4 sticks of RAM).

If you're feeling frisky, you can bump it up to 32GB (4x8GB sticks), but I can almost guarantee you won't see the difference.

Here's an "overkill" set of RAM, just for you. wink.gif

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233739&cm_re=DDR4-_-20-233-739-_-Product


And a 32GB RAM kit (EXTREME OVERKILL!!!)

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820232203&cm_re=DDR4-_-20-232-203-_-Product
Edited by Mad Pistol - 2/25/16 at 10:04pm
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post #18 of 50
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Originally Posted by BionicLemming View Post

Ok, last post for me tonight and thank you all for the warm reception.

I'll be back in 20 hours or so smile.gif

With what I'm building what two sticks of 16 gig ram would you overpay for if you were building the asus rampage 5 and haswell 3.5 that would not only work but look really cool?

And instead of throwing a thousand bucks at 128 gig of ram, I'll be buying a SSD that I will be looking to the forum to recommend smile.gif.

Samsung 850 pro for ssd if you want the best. Samsung has my trust.
post #19 of 50
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/understanding-ram-timings/

I would recommend reading that article to increase your knowledge and be better informed to make the best decision for your self. It is a great article well worth it. Afterwards you can compare and contrast and make a very good decision.

+ plus the more you know the better off you are.
post #20 of 50
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Originally Posted by BionicLemming View Post

That's why i am here, I have no idea on what to do on buying ram for this board.

It's ok to call me stupid on this. I just want to know what's the best I can buy with the parts I have indicated, and how best to get them to work.

Please and thank you.

I'm not gonna call you stupid... but damn.. you were really prepared to spend $1k just on your flipping memory?
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