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Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (1x 16GB) 3000MHz DDR4 Memory, £66.20 at Box.co.uk
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Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (1x 16GB) 3000MHz DDR4 Memory, £66.20 at Box.co.uk

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Posted 18th Jun
Good buy for a single module.
KEY FEATURES
  • Voltage: 1.35V
  • Latency Timing: CL16
  • Speed: 3000MHz (PC4-24000)
  • 1 x 16GB DIMM Memory
  • Intel XMP Profile Support
  • non-ECC Unbuffered Memory
  • CMK16GX4M1D3000C16
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What speed memory would I need for new Ryzen processors? I hear the faster the better with them. I'm looking at upgrading when they come out next month
vivi_ssj318/06/2019 09:19

What speed memory would I need for new Ryzen processors? I hear the faster …What speed memory would I need for new Ryzen processors? I hear the faster the better with them. I'm looking at upgrading when they come out next month


Ryzen 3000 officially supports 3200mhz but apparently the sweet spot will be 3600 CL16
Edited by: "emodan" 18th Jun
emodan18/06/2019 09:22

Ryzen 3000 officially supports 3200mhz but apparently the sweet spot will …Ryzen 3000 officially supports 3200mhz but apparently the sweet spot will be 3600 CL16


welp, keep seeing deals for 3000mhz and under that. will the 'sweet spot' 3600 have enough headroom for any OC?
vivi_ssj318/06/2019 09:26

welp, keep seeing deals for 3000mhz and under that. will the 'sweet spot' …welp, keep seeing deals for 3000mhz and under that. will the 'sweet spot' 3600 have enough headroom for any OC?


The infinity fabric maxes out at 3733mhz or something like that. After that it runs in 2:1 mode.
I cant seem to find the slide I saw noting this but the latency scores were slightly worse with 4000mhz ram due to this so 3600 with tight timings seems to be what to aim for.
emodan18/06/2019 09:22

Ryzen 3000 officially supports 3200mhz but apparently the sweet spot will …Ryzen 3000 officially supports 3200mhz but apparently the sweet spot will be 3600 CL16


You don't need 3600MHz for an average gaming PC, that's ridiculous.
Spark18/06/2019 09:48

You don't need 3600MHz for an average gaming PC, that's ridiculous.


Who said anything about an average gaming PC?
emodan18/06/2019 09:50

Who said anything about an average gaming PC?


What else would you be using it for? And please don't say streaming, video editing or crypto mining. If it's any of those then it's probably better if you just don't reply at all.
You can buy a 2x8GB kit of this for ~£64 delivered from Amazon.de. Or if you planned on getting two of these for 32GB dual channel, then they are ~£125 delivered.
Spark18/06/2019 09:54

What else would you be using it for? And please don't say streaming, video …What else would you be using it for? And please don't say streaming, video editing or crypto mining. If it's any of those then it's probably better if you just don't reply at all.


I need to agree with you about crypto mining but whats wrong with streaming, video editing on this kind of setup? My red5 rig simply loves 3600 MHz memory...
Kinio18/06/2019 10:31

I need to agree with you about crypto mining but whats wrong with …I need to agree with you about crypto mining but whats wrong with streaming, video editing on this kind of setup? My red5 rig simply loves 3600 MHz memory...


Whatever floats your boat.
Uncommon.Sense18/06/2019 10:17

You can buy a 2x8GB kit of this for ~£64 delivered from Amazon.de. Or if …You can buy a 2x8GB kit of this for ~£64 delivered from Amazon.de. Or if you planned on getting two of these for 32GB dual channel, then they are ~£125 delivered.


Thanks, I was considering buying a new kit from AliExpress but I might just order one from Amazon Germany now instead.
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