[SOLVED] Corsair Vengeance LPX (Ryzen edition or not?)

Jun 15, 2019
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Hi.

I'm planning on using a Ryzen 5 3600 in my PC build, as well as Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB 3200MHz RAM.

There is two versions of the RAM in my go-to online store :

A non "Ryzen-edition" for the equivalent of 92 USD
A "Ryzen-edition" for the equivalent of 113 USD

It doesn't really say what the benefit of Ryzen-edition is, just that it works better.
Does anyone know the difference or if it justifies the price increase?

The non-Ryzen edition says compatible with the following. Though as far as I can tell the non edition should still work..
  • Intel 100
  • Intel 200
  • Intel 300
  • Intel X299
  • AMD 300
  • AMD 400
  • AMD X570
 
Hi.

I'm planning on using a Ryzen 5 3600 in my PC build, as well as Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB 3200MHz RAM.

There is two versions of the RAM in my go-to online store :

A non "Ryzen-edition" for the equivalent of 92 USD
A "Ryzen-edition" for the equivalent of 113 USD

It doesn't really say what the benefit of Ryzen-edition is, just that it works better.
Does anyone know the difference or if it justifies the price increase?

The non-Ryzen edition says compatible with the following. Though as far as I can tell the non edition should still work..
  • Intel 100
  • Intel 200
  • Intel 300
  • Intel X299
  • AMD 300
  • AMD 400
  • AMD X570
It's a sales gimmick, AMD 300, 400 and 500 series chipset are all for Ryzen.
 
Hi.

I'm planning on using a Ryzen 5 3600 in my PC build, as well as Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB 3200MHz RAM.

There is two versions of the RAM in my go-to online store :

A non "Ryzen-edition" for the equivalent of 92 USD
A "Ryzen-edition" for the equivalent of 113 USD

It doesn't really say what the benefit of Ryzen-edition is, just that it works better.
Does anyone know the difference or if it justifies the price increase?

The non-Ryzen edition says compatible with the following. Though as far as I can tell the non edition should still work..
  • Intel 100
  • Intel 200
  • Intel 300
  • Intel X299
  • AMD 300
  • AMD 400
  • AMD X570
It's a sales gimmick, AMD 300, 400 and 500 series chipset are all for Ryzen.
 

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