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Ryzen 5 2600 memory , 2666 or faster ? Tomorrow will buy

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help me to choose memory for my ryzen 5 2600 + msi b450m gaming plus

what i got is : 

Team Delta RGB 16 GB kit ( 2 x 8 ) 3000 Mhz

Crucial Ballistix Tactical Tracer 16 GB Kit ( 2 x 8 ) 2666 Mhz

Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB Kit ( 2 x 8 ) 2666 Mhz

 

i do not plan to overclock my ryzen , but i wonder if i need faster memory 

Please help me decide , or give me suggestion , and why ?

 

*Update* , please suggest me memory worthy for my setup 

currently in my mind : GSkill TridentZ ( non RGB ) 16 GB Kit ( 2x8 ) 3200 Mhz , and Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB Kit ( 2x8 ) 3200 Mhz

Suggest me something that looks good too , but not too expensive

 

Thanks

 

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Just now, Derrk said:

go with the 3000mhz ram. Ryzen will thank you 

even it's cheaper memory like team delta ?

even i will not overclock the ryzen ?

what parameter should i look ? 

 

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1 minute ago, XNet said:

even it's cheaper memory like team delta ?

even i will not overclock the ryzen ?

what parameter should i look ? 

 

Even without overclocking ryzen, the cores communicate with each other faster with faster ram, so it helps at any clock speed

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5 minutes ago, XNet said:

even it's cheaper memory like team delta ?

even i will not overclock the ryzen ?

what parameter should i look ? 

 

things to keep in mind when shopping for ram are speed and latency. Ryzens infinity fabric will take huge advantage of fast ram

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Just now, Derrk said:

things to keep in mind when shopping for ram are speed and latency. Ryzens infinity fabric will take huge advantage of fast ram

Okay , please advice me 3200 Mhz then , that worth it 

Thank you 

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Just now, Derrk said:

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?item=N82E16820313712

this is the ram i use for my ryzen setup. Good speed, good latency, at a (relatively) reasonable price for ddr4

Thank you , but i see something bug me 

as i recall , i see some memory run at 1.2v , and some at 1.35v , which one should i choose ?

 

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Just now, XNet said:

Thank you , but i see something bug me 

as i recall , i see some memory run at 1.2v , and some at 1.35v , which one should i choose ?

 

most run at 1.2 out of the box. Many of those same memory kits will go to 1.35 once you apply XMP settings. 1.35v is nothing to worry about

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5 minutes ago, Derrk said:

thats a good price, especially if you can tune it to cas14, but hynix m die

nothing a tab of voltage won't do... (if talking 3200 C14 that is)

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so , is the chip makers more important ? 

for example : Team Delta 3000 Mhz using Hynix chip , and Crucial Ballistix Tracer 2666 Mhz using Micron 

should I choose speed instead of chip maker brand ?

 

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