Question Good memory ram for my PC

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I have a GATEWAY DX4375-UR22 will any one of these work for my PC, the max ram it can handle is 16GB also will it be good for gaming as well ?
If someone has a good recommendation for my PC put the name and link of the RAM.
Corsair CMZ16GX3M2A1600C10 Vengeance 16GB
Link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006EWUO22/ref=ask_ql_qh_dp_hza?th=1

Corsair CMY16GX3M2A1600C9 Vengeance Pro Series 16GB
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00D2LGRPG/ref=psdc_172500_t1_B006EWUO22

A-Tech 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3 1600 MHz PC3 12800 DIMM Desktop RAM Kit
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07XFGKY2V/ref=ask_ql_qh_dp_hza?th=1

Patriot 16GB(2x8GB) Viper III DDR3 1600MHz (PC3 12800) CL9 Desktop Memory With Black Mamba Heatsink
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008LTJJJ0/ref=psdc_172500_t5_B00D2LGRPG?th=1

Specs of PC: https://www.officedepot.com/a/products/924406/Gateway-DX4375-UR22-Desktop-Computer-AMD/
Yes I know I there's a check my PC but I want to know of the people that know more about this.
 
It would be hard to recommend goin expensive on memory for this machine. I certainly think that if you haven't upgraded from the stock 4GB, more will help the experience, as well as adding an SSD for your OS drive.

Beyond that, have you added a graphics card of any kind? The system would likely support something along the lines of a 750ti, maybe a 1050ti, might even sneak by without changing the PSU (the stock unit is 300W). I would expect that if you played older or less demanding titles at 720 you might get playable frames. The CPU is going to be a bottleneck pretty much no matter what.
 
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It would be hard to recommend goin expensive on memory for this machine. I certainly think that if you haven't upgraded from the stock 4GB, more will help the experience, as well as adding an SSD for your OS drive.

Beyond that, have you added a graphics card of any kind? The system would likely support something along the lines of a 750ti, maybe a 1050ti, might even sneak by without changing the PSU (the stock unit is 300W). I would expect that if you played older or less demanding titles at 720 you might get playable frames. The CPU is going to be a bottleneck pretty much no matter what.
I haven't upgraded anything the memory is all stock I haven't added a graphics card either the PC is all stock
 
I would check what the specs are on your existing memory and if only one socket is used or both. If both are used, I'm pretty confident that you can remove those and use almost any 1600mhz memory out there to get 16gb for fairly cheap:
http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Jaguar/AMD-A6-Series A6-5200.html

If you have an empty slot, you can save some money by getting a module that matches the existing modules specs, but then you'll have less than 16gb.

I would highly recommend looking into a small gpu as they help even for regular productivity usage and will really had some snappiness to the system. Also, there's always an ssd.

Keep in mind the cpu performance is far below even lga775 speeds, but that being said, it doesn't use much power in comparison:
https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare/AMD-A6-5200-APU-vs-Intel-Core2-Quad-Q6600-vs-Intel-Core2-Quad-Q9650/1975vs1038vs1050

And to give you some idea, it is very, very slow compared to even budget systems in the modern day:
https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare/AMD-A6-5200-APU-vs-Intel-i3-6100-vs-Intel-i3-9300/1975vs2617vs3510
 
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I would check what the specs are on your existing memory and if only one socket is used or both. If both are used, I'm pretty confident that you can remove those and use almost any 1600mhz memory out there to get 16gb for fairly cheap:
http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Jaguar/AMD-A6-Series A6-5200.html

If you have an empty slot, you can save some money by getting a module that matches the existing modules specs, but then you'll have less than 16gb.

I would highly recommend looking into a small gpu as they help even for regular productivity usage and will really had some snappiness to the system. Also, there's always an ssd.

Keep in mind the cpu performance is far below even lga775 speeds, but that being said, it doesn't use much power in comparison:
https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare/AMD-A6-5200-APU-vs-Intel-Core2-Quad-Q6600-vs-Intel-Core2-Quad-Q9650/1975vs1038vs1050

And to give you some idea, it is very, very slow compared to even budget systems in the modern day:
https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare/AMD-A6-5200-APU-vs-Intel-i3-6100-vs-Intel-i3-9300/1975vs2617vs3510
The intel i3 will run without a problem if I decide to go with it. It only takes 105 in the power supply there was a guy who commented for the graphics a 750ti, maybe a 1050ti can work is that true?
For the second part which ram would be good for my PC from the links of my original post?
 

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