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Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3600MHz C18 RAM $200 + Delivery @ Shopping Express

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  • CL18 tho :(

    • just lower it in the bios and OC while youre at it

      • IT isn't always that easy. For ryzen gamers you'll want to make sure you get either a proven overclockable die, or an XMP profile you can live with (and is on your motherboards QVL list).

        Typically you'd want (in order)

        3600 cl16
        3733 cl16
        3200 cl14

        • EDIT: How important are QVL lists these days? I thought it was very mature and stable and good (for running at XMP speeds)?
          Whilst definitely true; it depends on your budget and needs. I'm doing a budget build (total tower build ~$1.1k). It's for someone else that I won't be able to go help troubleshoot or upgrade all the time; so it has to "just work". I want to put in 32Gb so that they don't have to bother trying to upgrade in a few years (and IMO DDR4 will increase in price in a few years compared to prices today). Finding it hard to justify the cost of getting 3600C16 over 3600C18 32Gb kit.

          • @pronoun:

            How important are QVL lists these days? I thought it was very mature and stable and good (for running at XMP speeds)?

            Well in most cases as long as your board supports the speed, it should work even if not on the QVL. But its very disappointing to be in the 5% who for whatever reason the XMP wont work and your stuck at 2100mhz RAM. It's a cost/benefit you need to weigh up yourself.

            Whilst definitely true; it depends on your budget and needs

            I'd wager that for very slim budgets given Zen 2 IPC latency, you are better off going with a low end intel 10 (10300/10100) gen which is much less fussy about RAM and just as fast for gaming; but thats my personal opinion. At least you can skimp on RAM and save money overall.