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This desktop memory is compatible with AMD Ryzen 3000 Series CPUs & AMD X570 motherboards. -johnny_miller

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DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600)
Timing 16-18-18-38
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Voltage 1.35V
Compatible with AMD Ryzen 3000 Series CPUs & AMD X570 Motherboards
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3600 CL16 is the sweet spot for ryzen builds

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I am new to PC build; however, in my research I found that most people suggested to go with 3600 in combination with X570 MOBOs when they are paired with Ryzen 3700X or 3900X.
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I am new to PC build; however, in my research I found that most people suggested to go with 3600 in combination with X570 MOBOs when they are paired with Ryzen 3700X or 3900X.
3600 CL16 is the sweet spot for ryzen builds
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3600 CL16 is the sweet spot for ryzen builds
What is the best timing thou?
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What is the best timing thou?
If I remember correctly, memory clock speed matters lot more than timings for Ryzen. Higher memory clock allows Infinity Fabric between core complexes to run at higher clock as well, improving performance lot better than better timing would. Usually just running the pre-loaded XMP profile is more than enough for Ryzen builds.
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If I remember correctly, memory clock speed matters lot more than timings for Ryzen. Higher memory clock allows Infinity Fabric between core complexes to run at higher clock as well, improving performance lot better than better timing would. Usually just running the pre-loaded XMP profile is more than enough for Ryzen builds.
I'm a noob at PC, so I should be getting a CL16 3600/4000MHz?
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Also, is there something like too much RAM? Is 64GB too much?

My prospective config is 3700X/3900X with X570 MOBO, RX 5700 XT or RTX 2070 Super GPU
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I'm a noob at PC, so I should be getting a CL16 3600/4000MHz?
This is good RAM at a good price. You can pay more for even better RAM for single digit performance gains, depending on use.

You likely won't notice a difference but some may.

https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...,6310.html
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Also, is there something like too much RAM? Is 64GB too much?

My prospective config is 3700X/3900X with X570 MOBO, RX 5700 XT or RTX 2070 Super GPU
I have a terrible habit when browsing Internet, and I find even 32GB limiting. But that's my fault and 32 is more than enough usually. That said, I've never heard of "too much" RAM. I'd say just fit as much as your budget allows.
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I'm a noob at PC, so I should be getting a CL16 3600/4000MHz?
As itaos say this is great RAM at great value. If you want to unlock it's potential on your new build, make sure to look up how to enable XMP (or D.O.C.P.) for your motherboard.
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What's the normal price?
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Nice. With those RGB leds, it'll make my games gain an extra 5fps.
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What's the normal price?
142.99 regularly. If you don't NEED your PC to look like it ate a Christmas Tree get the non-RGB Ripjaws.
https://www.newegg.com/g-skill-32...6820232091
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I have a terrible habit when browsing Internet, and I find even 32GB limiting. But that's my fault and 32 is more than enough usually. That said, I've never heard of "too much" RAM. I'd say just fit as much as your budget allows.
Lol are you a power user with 150 tabs open? Windows 10 at idle with basic apps running should pull no more than 2gb memory. I have 16gb and only start to run into issues when I load a video editing program and I'm playing with green screening and tracking. Google chrome never eats memory lol
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