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Amazon.com [amazon.com] has Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 2400 (PC4-19200) C16 for DDR4 Systems - (Black) for $112.99. Shipping is free.

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According to CCC, this is the lowest price, seems like a good deal for the 3200, it is worth the few bucks more,
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According to CCC, this is the lowest price, seems like a good deal for the 3200, it is worth the few bucks more,
The 3200 is good deal but not the 2400.
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Just FYI if you are running a Ryzen CPU I would recommend staying away from Corsair. Corsair is optimized for Intel, and usually you can't get the advertised or near advertised speeds with a Ryzen CPU unless you enable XMP, which is fine for most stuff but some programs do not like it (and if you play MW on PC for mot ppl it hates XMP enabled, will give you dev error, and hates slow RAM, also dev error).

Also one thing I really do not like about Corsair - when you buy the RAM you do not know what version you are getting and not all of their versions for the same model are usually on your motherboard QVL.

So moral of the story make sure what ever RAM you buy is on your motherboard QVL.

Edit: not sure why I'm getting down voted for advising people to check their motherboard QVL before spending money on RAM.

Most Corsair RAM runs at spd speed 2133 on Ryzen CPU motherboard combo without XMP enabled regardless what the advertised RAM speed is.
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>2400

holy crap, I didn't know they made DDR4 that slow.
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2400, pass!
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And most Corsair RAM runs at 2133 spd speed with Ryzen CPU unless you enable XMP. It's ridiculous.
Almost all DDR4 RAM runs at 2133 or 2400 PERIOD regardless of CPU unless you enable XMP.......
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Can overclock easy to 3200.
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And most Corsair RAM runs at 2133 spd speed with Ryzen CPU unless you enable XMP. It's ridiculous.
What do you have against XMP?
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Not a great deal. This is average to above average prices for RAM now. Here are two cheaper and faster kits I found in like two minutes.


https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WLCW...lFbW20Q9AN


https://www.newegg.com/g-skill-32...-_-Product
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What do you have against XMP?
I have nothing against XMP. I have everything against RAM that can only run near advertised speeds with an OC, and also annoyed at RAM manufactures who make different versions of the same model of RAM but who don't allow you to choose your version especially when versions are posted on the motherboard QVL.

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It's deceptive that some RAM can run at advertised speeds ONLY with enabling the pre built overclock profile. Not sure who is to blame, the RAM manufacturer, mobo manufacturer, etc. ? So why buy Corsair for your Ryzen build when you literally have to "over clock" the RAM to get advertised speeds?

Second, I was running 32 GB of DDR4 Corsair sticks with my Ryzen 5 for a year, XMP at 2933. I had occasional issues usually resolved with a reboot or a new bios update but wasn't until I started playing MW that I realized all those dev errors and crashes were due to either XMP being enabled or the RAM being too slow with XMP disabled. An 8 hour memtest showed nothing wrong with my sticks so they were not defective, just not very compatible. Also I spent hard earned money on my Corsair RAM, and I bought the right model based on my motherboard QVL, but when I got 2 of my sticks I realized later on I received the correct model however the VERSION not officially supported on my QVL.
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How does this one compare?

https://www.newegg.com/g-skill-32...gsMOLwZAcg
I have this and it runs great. Unless you care about aesthetics RAM is RAM and is probably the least important thing you have to worry about. Just go to your motherboard manufacturer and make sure it's supported and you should be good to go.
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