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ASRock X570 Pro 4 Motherboard + G.SKILL 2 x 8G RGN DDR4 SDRAM

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The lowest prices for these individual components have been $100 for the ram and $130 for the motherboard for a total of $230. Those prices were both around the same time back in early December (so during the holiday shopping season)

With no advances yet on time travel and knowing that holiday prices are typically better than the typical sale price, I'd say this is a very solid deal.
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The lowest prices for these individual components have been $100 for the ram and $130 for the motherboard for a total of $230. Those prices were both around the same time back in early December (so during the holiday shopping season)

With no advances yet on time travel and knowing that holiday prices are typically better than the typical sale price, I'd say this is a very solid deal.
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With very few pcie 4x4 available x570 doesn't have much advantage. The 12watt chip with active cooling heat sinks doesn't help with efficiency either, and small fans have a higher tendency to go bad in my experience. Wish the soc placement of the x570 when used with a passive cooler didn't interfere with verticle gpu placement with my thermal right North ridge and South bridge coolers of yore but gaming pcs are supposed to be loud so that's ok.

Zen2 carries pcie4.0 on x470 soc to the gpu unofficially not that gpu are fast enough to saturate 3.0 anyhow.

I expect prices to drop in time on x570 not go up just bc holidays are over but if you need something now...
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The lowest prices for these individual components have been $100 for the ram and $130 for the motherboard for a total of $230. Those prices were both around the same time back in early December (so during the holiday shopping season)

With no advances yet on time travel and knowing that holiday prices are typically better than the typical sale price, I'd say this is a very solid deal.
I love the subtle "yet." 😂
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Solid combo, but for those of you that care, the RAM is CL18 (Timing is 18-22-22-42).
If you don't care for RGB you may want to go with CL16 instead (especially if you're going with a 3rd Gen Ryzen), or perhaps 3200 CL14 and overclock it.
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Solid combo, but for those of you that care, the RAM is CL18 (Timing is 18-22-22-42).
If you don't care for RGB you may want to go with CL16 instead (especially if you're going with a 3rd Gen Ryzen), or perhaps 3200 CL14 and overclock it.
But RGB adds like 30% more performance tho.

Still this ram kits not bad. 3600 with cl18 isn't too bad.
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But RGB adds like 30% more performance tho.

Still this ram kits not bad. 3600 with cl18 isn't too bad.

Oh yeah, not bad at all I agree. Just wanted people to know the timing before going to hunt for it.
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With PS5 and Xbox One X on the horizon, I would suggest to anyone building a gaming computer go for 2x16GB sticks of ram. A couple of games have already seen a performance boost by having more than 16GB ram and more games will see the benefit after these new systems are released. You will also see a slight performance hit by daisy chaining the ram on the x570 as well if you end up just upgrading to 4x8GB sticks.
How do games benefit if they are not utilizing more than 16gb? Afaik most programs let alone games max out at around 11gb.. I usually can't find utilization over 9gb throwing everything I can at my system.. but I did buy 32gb of cl16 and an ASRock taichi 570 for future proofing. Imo the extra wattage is overhead for the overclocking/tweaking utilization and pcie4 bandwidth,no doubt there will be more efficient versions coming out in both Intel and amd boards that are more efficient in their non overclocked state..but if you push a system, it eats more juice,just a fact of life..
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16GB is more than sufficient for any game. Lots of review articles prove this. You don't need 32GB RAM. The new consoles won't change that, because they will still have 16GB or less, and it will be unified (shared RAM) with the graphics card.
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Any combo deals for the Intel Mobo?
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I've had a terrible time running XMP settings on this board or anything close to rated memory speed. I've had three separate memory kits in it with no luck. On Trident Z royal right now but it's still finicky with it.
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With PS5 and Xbox One X on the horizon, I would suggest to anyone building a gaming computer go for 2x16GB sticks of ram. A couple of games have already seen a performance boost by having more than 16GB ram and more games will see the benefit after these new systems are released. You will also see a slight performance hit by daisy chaining the ram on the x570 as well if you end up just upgrading to 4x8GB sticks.
What games are you talking about?
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