Question Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 2x8 4000Mhz CL19 vs Corsair Vengeance 3600mhz CL18

Nika_1

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Hello guys. I wanted to buy a ram and there is a pretty good deal on Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro. Price difference between this two rams in my country is 20~23 dollars. I am building a Ryzen pc and will be using R5 3600 or R7 3700x. Motherboard is Asus TUF Gaming B550 Plus.
Which one do you guys think I should get and why?
Can I without manually tweaking all the parameters change RGB Pros speeds and timing to 3600mhz cl 16?
Thank you guys in advance.
 
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Funny enough I have a question similar to yours, there is a version of the corsair vengeance rgb pro 3600mhz cl16 which would be the better option in your case, Personally I would go for the 3600mhz kit for ryzen. Anything past 3600mhz is just diminishing return, 3600mhz is the sweet spot so to speak. As soon as I get an answer regarding my question on the ram overclock I'll let you know
 
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Funny enough I have a question similar to yours, there is a version of the corsair vengeance rgb pro 3600mhz cl16 which would be the better option in your case, Personally I would go for the 3600mhz kit for ryzen. Anything past 3600mhz is just diminishing return, 3600mhz is the sweet spot so to speak. As soon as I get an answer regarding my question on the ram overclock I'll let you know
I was thinking the same but in my country I only have this two option. Either get Vengeance Pro 4000MHz Cl19 or Vengeance LPX 3600 cl18. If I could find 3600mhz cl16 , I would have bought it without any doubts. I was thinking since rams have lose timings as their frequency is high maybe on slower frequencies the timings would be better. When you chose frequencies in XMP there is option to chose speeds up to 4000mhz and like choosing 3600 mhz I thought it would be cl16. That's where my question comes from if it works like that.
 

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