Samrat97

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Hello Everyone..
I'm planning to build a music production pc with Ryzen 5 3600 ..
Bt I've already bought corsair vengeance lpx 3000mhz c16 2x8GB module.. (Was for 8700 or 9400f on budget)
Is this would be a Very bad choice!? Would I notice any performance issue like latency an all!
As Everyone says Ryzen needs higher frequency RAM..
Please help me out!
 

Samrat97

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It is going to be fine. Higher frequency ram only needed on Ryzen 1st gen and 2nd gen, Ryzen 3rd gen seems to work well even with lower ram speeds.
Thanks for the quick reply...
Well then I won't sell this well if I sell this it would be a loss for me.. Cause I haven't break the seal yet !

I'm planning to quad channel in future.. So this would be okay!?
 

ConanLock

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Although you already are keeping that RAM, just to make sure you know: 3000MHz is fast RAM. DDR4 starts at 2133, and anywhere from here to 2666 is considered 'slow' for Ryzen. However, once you get above this - 2866, 2933, 3000, 3200, and so on, these are considered enough for Ryzen. Due to the price difference between 2866 and 3000, which is 0, or sometimes 2866 is more expensive, people here always recommend 3000 or better for Ryzen.

As for your second question, which is the best motherboard, my recommendation is always for the MSI b450 Tomahawk. It supports updating the BIOS using MSI Flashback, meaning you can update the BIOS without a compatible CPU (to get support for Ryzen 3000. See this video:
View: https://youtu.be/iTkXunUAriE
 
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Samrat97

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Although you already are keeping that RAM, just to make sure you know: 3000MHz is fast RAM. DDR4 starts at 2133, and anywhere from here to 2666 is considered 'slow' for Ryzen. However, once you get above this - 2866, 2933, 3000, 3200, and so on, these are considered enough for Ryzen. Due to the price difference between 2866 and 3000, which is 0, or sometimes 2866 is more expensive, people here always recommend 3000 or better for Ryzen.

As for your second question, which is the best motherboard, my recommendation is always for the MSI b450 Tomahawk. It supports updating the BIOS using MSI Flashback, meaning you can update the BIOS without a compatible CPU (to get support for Ryzen 3000. See this video:
View: https://youtu.be/iTkXunUAriE
Some B450 have issues I can see.. Even after bios update.. How would be Asus tuf B450 plus for an alternative option?
 

Samrat97

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If you have 4 slots it doesn’t mean the bird is capable of quad channel. More likely is that it has two sets of RAM both running in dual channel. This causes performance degradation as you’re trying to sync two sets of RAM with one another rather than it just being one set.
I already have 3000mhz c16 corsair vengeance lpx 2x8gb and in future I'll add the exact ram the exact frequency , latency another 2x8GB !

So this would be okay?
 

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