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RAM for Ryzen!

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have decided to buy new ram for ryzen 2600. Right now I have 8gb kit of Ballistix sport 2666mhz but 8gb ram is not enough. I am thinking about selling these 2 and getting 16gb kit. But the only options available here all are cl16 or more.

 http://www.czone.com.pk/memory-module-ram-pakistan-ppt.127.aspx

This the website where I can buy the ram from. Please suggest me which ram from the link above would be best with ryzen 2600 and x470 ultra gaming auros mobo.

If all of them are not worth it then should I get 2 more sticks of the same ram I have and OC all to 3000mhz? (From Pakistan)

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4 minutes ago, Toheed said:

I have decided to buy new ram for ryzen 2600. Right now I have 8gb kit of Ballistix sport 2666mhz but 8gb ram is not enough. I am thinking about selling these 2 and getting 16gb kit. But the only options available here all are cl16 or more.

 http://www.czone.com.pk/memory-module-ram-pakistan-ppt.127.aspx

This the website where I can buy the ram from. Please suggest me which ram from the link above would be best with ryzen 2600 and x470 ultra gaming auros mobo.

If all of them are not worth it then should I get 2 more sticks of the same ram I have and OC all to 3000mhz? (From Pakistan)

2 more of the same is perfectly fine, so 4x4GB.  


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, jstudrawa said:

2 more of the same is perfectly fine, so 4x4GB.  

It's easy to oc 4 sticks upto  3000-3200 mhz? At cl16 1.35v? 

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Just now, Toheed said:

It's easy to oc 4 sticks upto  3000-3200 mhz? At cl16 1.35v? 

I'm running 4x8 at 3200MHz using XMP.  I know Ryzen is flakier, but if 2 run fine, 4 shouldn't be much harder.


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Plex : Ryzen 5 1600 (stock) - Gigabyte B450M-DS3H - G. Skill Ripjaws V 8GB 2400Mhz - GeForce 8800GTS 640MB - 840 EVO 256GB + Toshiba P300 3TB - TP-Link AC1900 PCIe Wifi - Cooler Master MasterWatt Lite 500 - Antec Nine Hundred - Dell 19" 4:3

 

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If you could sell them at a decent price ( which you should be able to after all they are just ram sticks) you should check out the g skill ripjaws. It’s cas latency is 15-15-15-35 but I don’t think you should spend more than 10% of a cheaper ram but at higher cas latency. If you can your hands on the gskill flare X (not on your mentioned website)kit then you should definitely go for it. Also stay above the 3000 MHz mark as ryzen lover faster memory. Cheers

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
10 minutes ago, jstudrawa said:

I'm running 4x8 at 3200MHz using XMP.  I know Ryzen is flakier, but if 2 run fine, 4 shouldn't be much harder.

I will try to sell these fukers if I can on decent price. But I have heard that Micron is pretty good at ryzen with oc and my ram is micron 

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9 minutes ago, varadd said:

If you could sell them at a decent price ( which you should be able to after all they are just ram sticks) you should check out the g skill ripjaws. It’s cas latency is 15-15-15-35 but I don’t think you should spend more than 10% of a cheaper ram but at higher cas latency. If you can your hands on the gskill flare X (not on your mentioned website)kit then you should definitely go for it. Also stay above the 3000 MHz mark as ryzen lover faster memory. Cheers

 

That Ripjaws V with cl15, will it work with my mobo? When I go to gskill qvl that ram does not shoes up on the list of my mobo

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6 minutes ago, Toheed said:

That Ripjaws V with cl15, will it work with my mobo? When I go to gskill qvl that ram does not shoes up on the list of my mobo

The QVL is qualified vendors list not qualified ram list so I am very positive that they will work. If you want more confirmation you can check on PC partpicker. Also I read somewhere that ryzen is more comfortable with Samsung chip than any other manufacturer( take this with a spoon of salt) and gskill uses Samsung chips. Cheers

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Posted · Original PosterOP
15 minutes ago, varadd said:

 

The QVL is qualified vendors list not qualified ram list so I am very positive that they will work. If you want more confirmation you can check on PC partpicker. Also I read somewhere that ryzen is more comfortable with Samsung chip than any other manufacturer( take this with a spoon of salt) and gskill uses Samsung chips. 

Thanks man! Will try to find 

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I wouldn't add two extra sticks.  4x4GB can be much more difficult and mixing kits only adds to that difficulty.  If you can then you should buy a new kit of 2x8GB.


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