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Memory configuration for 5600x

My current specs - i5-8400, rtx 2060super, 2x8gb 2400mhz (1200mhz each stick), 1440p, 144hz monitor.

I want to upgrade to 5600x, 3200mhz 2x8gb cl16 sticks. 

 

Is this a good upgrade with noticeable performance gain. I recently have been seeing that zen 3 requires a good ram configurations and getting expensive ram extends my budget as i need to buy a good mobo as well. 

 

How should i proceed with my upgrade ?

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2 minutes ago, Dandapani said:

2x8gb 2400mhz (1200mhz each stick)

what?

for ram i suggest 3600mhz cl16

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You should see a decent performance gain, and yes you should get fast RAM with Zen processors

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1 minute ago, mahyar said:

what?

for ram i suggest 3600mhz cl16

The 2400mhz appears to be what OP has atm, he plans to get 3200mhz

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1 minute ago, mahyar said:

what?

for ram i suggest 3600mhz cl16

how much does it differ from 3200mhz cl16 8gb (2 sticks of this)

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2 minutes ago, WY6 said:

The 2400mhz appears to be what OP has atm, he plans to get 3200mhz

no i mean 1200mhz each

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1 minute ago, Dandapani said:

how much does it differ from 3200mhz cl16 8gb (2 sticks of this)

10 to 20%

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3 minutes ago, mahyar said:

what?

i have 2 sticks of 8gb 1200mhz running at dual channel so together they make 2400mhz. Also i recently noticed i bough two rams of different brand so probably they are not running efficiently

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Just now, Dandapani said:

i have 2 sticks of 8gb 1200mhz running at dual channel so together they make 2400mhz. Also i recently noticed i bough two rams of different brand so probably they are not running efficiently

it doesn't work that way....

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12 minutes ago, mahyar said:

it doesn't work that way....

so am i running at 1200mhz memory ?

 

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1 minute ago, Dandapani said:

so am i running at 1200mhz memory ?

 

no both of them are running at 2400mhz

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