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Showing me 10% off, $82.79 total when logged in as Prime member.

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TEAMGROUP T-Force Zeus DDR4 64GB Kit (2 x 32GB) 3000MHz (PC4 24000) CL16 Desktop Gaming Memory Module Ram - TTZD464G3000HC16CDC01
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sorry nvm
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Quote from brianlovesmoney :
Just looked at it looks like it's worth waiting if you're going to get a zen 3
thanks i will wait for 3600
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Quote from dragoonfire0628 :
When choosing between latency and speed. Always choose faster latency first followed by speed.

Cxx is the latency here. And the MHz is the ram speed.
Might want to add lower latency. It's confusing for newbs thinking 20 is better than 16.
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Lol man Amazon ... so I went to check on the price of when I bought this a few weeks back. Sure enough same model but paid $195 + tax. Went back to the listing to order / return and it jumped to $175. Still ordered because it was cheaper but then just now it's back down to $170. Geez.
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Speed / Latency = higher number is better

3000 / 16 = 187.5 (better than) 3200 / 20 = 160
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Quote from InstanceNoodle :
For ryzen... rule of thumb... older ryzen best (gain for the money) speed is 3200... then pick lowest cas.

For the new ryzen 5000 series, 3600... then pick the lowest cas.

Really not benefit much if you go higher. Negative when hitting 4000 or higher most of the time.
Lol this was all explained much better. This makes no sense.

You consult the chart and find the stable latency sweet spot you need. I'm still on a 2600 so I can run 2933 tops but with low clock timings. Everyone's situation is going to differ
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Quote from CrazyHorse :
Buy the Ryzen 5600x you be alot happier.
Agreed, but they are likely going to be out of stock through Janurary then you might as well wait to see what intels doing for the 11 series by then.
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