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64 GB RAM for Ryzen 3900x

Hey.

What is a good set of ram for my 3900x? I need 64 gb of it and I have been thinking about 3200 MHz cl16 kit from Corsair. My motherboard is msi x570 pro carbon wifi. It probably should be 4x16gb since 32gb sticks are hard to find and/or are expensive. The ram can have RGB and if it's white or silver that would be great. Sorry not going if to link anything here because I'm using my phone to write this.

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why do you need 64GB of ram?

just get a micron e-die kit, and OC to 3733 then start to tighten timings and subtimings

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4 minutes ago, Do you really wanna know said:

What type of RAM is best for that CPU, depends on what you're doing with it... You don't say, so...

No?

 

There is allways something that is best when it comes to Ram. 

 

If its worth it depends on workload.

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36 minutes ago, GoldenLag said:

There is allways something that is best when it comes to Ram. 

Not unless you have a specific use case, otherwise its just more Mhz and less CL... Which you knew already. So unless you have a specific use case, you appear to be trolling?

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24 minutes ago, mazaman said:

What is a good set of ram for my 3900x? I need 64 gb of it and I have been thinking about 3200 MHz cl16 kit from Corsair.

 

The ram can have RGB and if it's white or silver that would be great.

Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro comes in white. I have the 4x16GB 3200 kit. Works on my 3700X on X370 board.

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42 minutes ago, Do you really wanna know said:

Not unless you have a specific use case, otherwise its just more Mhz and less CL... Which you knew already. So unless you have a specific use case, you appear to be trolling?

In other words what you said about a type of ram for a usecase being best wasnt the case......

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I'll be doing heavy photo editing and virtual machines. Sometimes there are games running in the background. I currently have 32gb and I'm running out from time to time. 

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