Question Need help in choosing RAM.

Rhaemond

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Which is the best value for money?
2x 8gb Yruis 2400mhz CL17 for 3300php (65$)
2x 8gb HyperX 2666mhz CL16-18-18 for 4600php (92$)
2x 8gb Delta Team Force 3000mhz CL16-18-18-38, basically CL16 RGB for 5000php (100$)

I believe ram is ram and you can't go wrong with it, the only thing being sold there as a kit would be the Delta Team Force ones but I can always return a ram stick to the seller if they are incompatible... Anyways, which is the best value for money? I play games on a constant basis...
Also a side note, I heard that HyperX rams are already overclocked? How is that so and does that make them good than the others then?
 
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it depends on your MOBO and CPU, so you should first see what is the max they can handle but a ryzen 3 2200g will be fine with that 2666MHz + HyperX RAM has always been good, and you might want to check the ram timings because they also help a lot
 

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it depends on your MOBO and CPU, so you should first see what is the max they can handle but a ryzen 3 2200g will be fine with that 2666MHz + HyperX RAM has always been good, and you might want to check the ram timings because they also help a lot
Ohhh thanks for that. I'll update the post in a bit about the timings and all. My Mobo and CPU can handle those 3, I believe.
 

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Ohhh thanks for that. I'll update the post in a bit about the timings and all. My Mobo and CPU can handle those 3, I believe.
ok bro about, Also a side note, I heard that HyperX rams are already overclocked? How is that so and does that make them good than the others then?
HyperX RAM can also be OC-ed so that 2666MHz HyperX can go up to 3200MHz i think but its 99% sure that it will go to 3000MHz if your MOBO supports it
 

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ok bro about, Also a side note, I heard that HyperX rams are already overclocked? How is that so and does that make them good than the others then?
HyperX RAM can also be OC-ed so that 2666MHz HyperX can go up to 3200MHz i think but its 99% sure that it will go to 3000MHz if your MOBO supports it
My Mobo can support that no worries. So which is the best for value then? I updated the info for the CL Timings
 
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With a ryzen cpu, especially an apu, faster ram will provide a significant framerate benefit over a slower ram kit.
If you can afford the 3000mhz dual channel kit, id go for that. If not, you could buy the cheaper kits and try to overclock them a bit.
 

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Oh sorry. Im on mobile and cant see signatures.

With a ryzen cpu, especially an apu, faster ram will provide a significant framerate benefit over a slower ram kit.
If you can afford the 3000mhz dual channel kit, id go for that. If not, you could buy the cheaper kits and try to overclock them a bit.
I see, but the HyperX claims it can be overclocked right out of the box, so can I just overclock the 2666 to 3200 then? Another, would be that doesn't Ryzen benefit ONLY if you don't have a dedicated GPU? I have a 1060 6gb on my build so wouldn't faster RAM not benefit it that much? Or am I mistaken?
 

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Without going into to much detail, yes, ryzen benefits a good bit from faster ram speed even when using a 1060. The infinity fabric that connects multiple dies within your CPU runs at half of the ram speed. Meaning faster ram=faster CPU.
Read more:https://www.legitreviews.com/ddr4-memory-scaling-performance-with-ryzen-7-2700x-on-the-amd-x470-platform_205154

You may be able to overclock the 2666 to 3000 or 3200, but most of it comes down to luck.
https://www.hyperxgaming.com/us/memory/fury-ddr4
I still really don't get the automatic overclocking gimmick HyperX has
 

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It's a brand called MTASE and it's only for 2000php (~40$) for an 8gb 3000mhz
I've always found it in my searches for DDR4 RAM.
As most people would say, RAM is RAM and you won't go wrong with it, but is there any way I can verify the legitimacy of the RAM? No website or data of it exists actually and the pics confuse me even more. Help please! Thank you...
https://s.lazada.com.ph/s.KVCu
 

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