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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-25-2019, 04:43 PM - Thread Starter
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Which speed and brand for Ryzen 3xxx

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Building new Ryzen 3xxx PC. Please advise which RAM to get , I remember that I should get at least speed 3200 mhz ?

Is there also comptibility issues with specific brand(s) or I can pick any brand ?
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Any brand should work but if you want to be sure it will look at your MB compatibility list.
G.Skill also has list of MB that are tested to work with there RAM.
Usually not needed unless you want to run 32GB+ kits at high speeds.
There is always a very slim chance of a incompatible not but not related to any brand.

How much it is worth spending on RAM depends on your budget, other system parts, the software you intend to run and if you want to OC .
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Check to see what has been XMP/DOCP certified for use with your motherboard:

https://www.gskill.com/configurator

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Quote: Originally Posted by GSKILL SUPPORT View Post
Check to see what has been XMP/DOCP certified for use with your motherboard:

https://www.gskill.com/configurator
very helpful tool , thanks.
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I am building my first new totally rig in six years (I did update it a few times however)
I decided to go with AMD for the first time and after reading loads of reviews Etc I have bought a 3900X and an Aorus Master WiFi Mobo.
For memory I bought 32 Gb (4X4 8 Gb) Dominator Platinum RGB 3200. I was told that even though the Aorus Motherboard is dual channel, using 4 X 8 memory would be fine. I have not started the build as yet as I am waiting for a new case but I am now reading that I should stick with no more than 2 Ram sticks if using a board that is dual rather than quad channel.

Anny comments or suggestions will be greatly apricated.

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Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 3466 C16

I got this kit for $135 on Newegg. Able to OC to 3800, stay 1:1 with the IF, and run slightly tighter timings. 16-18-18-18-36 to 16-16-16-16-32. The LEDs are great too, if you’re looking for that.
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