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Hey my spec are ryzen 5 2600x 

rx 5600 xt

crosair cl16 ddr 4 3000mhz

b450 aorus elite

my question is should I upgrade to HP v8 3600mhz ddr 4 memory in term of fps I saw it could turn your fps up a bit 

and I’ve get the budget for it should I go for it?

 

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Somewhat questionable whether you could hit 3600mhz with the 2600X. 3200mhz was the "sweet spot" for Ryzen 2000 series anyway and anything over that was diminishing returns. Any benefit you get would be really marginal anyway, we're talking less than a 5% delta in fps. 

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Actually buying a 3600MHz is waste of money for your rig as the Ryzen 5 2600x supports upto 2933MHz. So yeah buying 3600MHz would be worthless until CPU is upgraded. Here's a screenshot of CPU specification, see the "System memory specification". Hope you got it!image.thumb.png.726d8885d19446acf37bc1826cac8a80.png

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3 minutes ago, CaptA380 said:

Actually buying a 3600MHz is waste of money for your rig as the Ryzen 5 2600x supports upto 2933MHz. So yeah buying 3600MHz would be worthless until CPU is upgraded. Here's a screenshot of CPU specification, see the "System memory specification". Hope you got it!image.thumb.png.726d8885d19446acf37bc1826cac8a80.png

 

2600X can definitely support up to at least 3200mhz depending on the board. You're not really understanding what that system memory specification means. That said, I still don't think buying 3600mhz RAM would be worth it as the performance improvement would be near-negligible even if you could get it to run at the rated frequency. 

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Folding/Plex PC | Ryzen 7 3700X - Asus X370 Crosshair VI Extreme - Asus Strix RTX 2080 + Asus Strix RTX 2070 - 32GB G.Skill Ripjaws 4 2400mhz - Samsung 860 Evo 500GB SSD, 2x 3TB HDD

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10 hours ago, Middcore said:

 

2600X can definitely support up to at least 3200mhz depending on the board. You're not really understanding what that system memory specification means. That said, I still don't think buying 3600mhz RAM would be worth it as the performance improvement would be near-negligible even if you could get it to run at the rated frequency. 

Maybe... I just referred this site https://superuser.com/questions/1501856/what-speed-will-my-ram-run-if-my-system-memory-spec-is-2933mhz-and-the-ram-is-32

The guy who is taking the example of 3 people

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10 hours ago, TomZimerman said:

Hey my spec are ryzen 5 2600x 

rx 5600 xt

crosair cl16 ddr 4 3000mhz

b450 aorus elite

my question is should I upgrade to HP v8 3600mhz ddr 4 memory in term of fps I saw it could turn your fps up a bit 

and I’ve get the budget for it should I go for it?

 

Don't go for it. Not much performance improvement.

 

You can use this tool to try to overclock your ram to its maximum potential.

https://www.guru3d.com/files-details/download-ryzen-dram-calculator.html

I will recommend an NHu12s (or an NHd15 (maybe)) for your PC build. Quote or @ me @Prodigy_Smit for me to see your replies.

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