Question 1.35 V is needed for 3200mhz?

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Hello. I'm planning to get new RAM for my Ryzen 2600. I can get RipjawsV 32GB 3200MHZ CL16 1.2V for good price, but isnt 1.2 V too low for 3200MHZ? or should i get RAM with 1.35V for 3200mhz.
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You are probbably right. My retail store probbably has SPD voltage in description. Searching by full name (F4-3200c16D-32GVK) all seems to be right. I was in a rush and didnt pay attention.
 
Standard ddr4 ram runs at 1.2v for 2400 and perhaps 2666 speed.
Anything faster will be better binned standard ram that can be overclocked using higher voltage to get to higher speeds. 1.35v is typical
As a quick check go to the g.skil ram selection app and verify that the ram kit is supported on your motherboard.
 
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