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What Ram for: X570 + Ryzen 3600

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Here are the choices, which ram should I pick?
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I plan to run the Ryzen 3600 with the X570 I Aorus Pro Wifi (in an NZXT H1 case)

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3600 CL14 is pretty damn fast, unless you love tuning timings on faster memory you would be satisfied with that kit.


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3600/3800 CL14 would be great, though you could most likely spend less and still get similar real-world performance tbh. You don't really need anything more than a 3600 CL16 kit in most cases (heck even CL18 works fine), and you could maybe spend the cash you saved on better storage, or a better PSU, etc.


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20 minutes ago, ac92 said:

Here are the choices, which ram should I pick?
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I plan to run the Ryzen 3600 with the X570 I Aorus Pro Wifi (in an NZXT H1 case)

Well the 3200, 3600, 3800, 4000 and 4133 kits are all likely b-die so they’ll have the best results when tweaking timings and even be faster out of the box. If you just want to load XMP and forget about it 3600 or 3200 will be what you want as the higher clocked ones will require tuning to fclk and uclk to get 1:1 and stable, as its somewhat more difficult to stabilize above 3600.

 

Source: It took me the better part of a month to stabilize 3800MHz C16 RAM and 1900 uclk and fclk on my X570 Taichi/3900X as I had to tweak VDDG, VDDP, SoC, RAM, and DRAM termination voltages.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Just for the sake of argument, if We think about upgradability in the future, would the 1.35v 4000 16gb be better or 3733 32gb?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

In terms of future upgradability will the 1.35v kits be better?
is 32gb or 16gb better?
Can I still run at 3200/3600 with the 3733 or 4000 kits @ 14CL?

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