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Which of these RAM kits would be objectively better?

If you're just gonna enable XMP and be done with it, the first two are basically the same. Corsair's XMP profiles tend to be broken on Ryzen, so it's probably a good idea to go for the G.Skill kit instead if you're running a Ryzen system. 

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I run a Ryzen 5 3600, so the G.Skill kit sounds like the one to choose. Thanks for the input!

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3600 CL18 might be a tiny bit faster than 3200 CL16 but it probably won't be noticable in real world applications.

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