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Just now, Yoolooooo122 said:

Should I take the risk of buying it since it's cheaper with rgb or should I just stick to the known brands like Corsair and Kingston?

Depends on what is more important for you. 

Personally I don;t want anything to do with RGB. 

 

Check on the mainboard site if the brand/ dimm  is supported and all that. If it is then it should work without issues. 

 

If the wallet ain't hurting I;d stick with known brands though. 

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I currently have a Kingston Hyperx Fury 8gb 2133Mhz DDR4 and I'm planning on changing from Intel to Ryzen ( Ryzen 5 3600 ) by next month. 

 

A lot of people said that Ryzen takes advantage of extra mhz and thus higher fps can be obtained. What should I do? Should I just keep the 8gb 2133mhz and just add another stick of 8gb? Or do I need to buy a new 3000Mhz ram?

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2 minutes ago, Yoolooooo122 said:

I currently have a Kingston Hyperx Fury 8gb 2133Mhz DDR4 and I'm planning on changing from Intel to Ryzen ( Ryzen 5 3600 ) by next month. 

 

A lot of people said that Ryzen takes advantage of extra mhz and thus higher fps can be obtained. What should I do? Should I just keep the 8gb 2133mhz and just add another stick of 8gb? Or do I need to buy a new 3000Mhz ram?

Personally, I'd save up some money and wait until I can find a good discount on a faster 16GB-kit.


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buy 16gb of 3600 ram since prices came back down and new ryzen supposedly likes that the best but Im waiting to see bench marks and im going to buy a $160 set of 4000 memory for mine

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2 minutes ago, WereCatf said:

Personally, I'd save up some money and wait until I can find a good discount on a faster 16GB-kit.

Is Tforce a good brand? They got rgb for quite a cheaper price

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Seems like the best range would be 3200-3733 and the best  price/performance 3600 


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2 minutes ago, Yoolooooo122 said:

Is Tforce a good brand? They got rgb for quite a cheaper price

No idea, never heard of.


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Just now, Yoolooooo122 said:

Is Tforce a good brand?

I've never heard of them, which tells you nothing.  

Someone else needs to answer that question. 

 

I have corsair and before that Kingston. 


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11 minutes ago, Marko Fowles said:

I've never heard of them, which tells you nothing.  

Someone else needs to answer that question. 

 

I have corsair and before that Kingston. 

Should I take the risk of buying it since it's cheaper with rgb or should I just stick to the known brands like Corsair and Kingston?

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Just now, Yoolooooo122 said:

Should I take the risk of buying it since it's cheaper with rgb or should I just stick to the known brands like Corsair and Kingston?

Depends on what is more important for you. 

Personally I don;t want anything to do with RGB. 

 

Check on the mainboard site if the brand/ dimm  is supported and all that. If it is then it should work without issues. 

 

If the wallet ain't hurting I;d stick with known brands though. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, Marko Fowles said:

Depends on what is more important for you. 

Personally I don;t want anything to do with RGB. 

 

Check on the mainboard site if the brand/ dimm  is supported and all that. If it is then it should work without issues. 

 

If the wallet ain't hurting I;d stick with known brands though. 

Oh okay thank youuu

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