Question Seeking advice on RAM and NVMe SSD

satimis_06

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Hi all,

I'm prepared building a AMD Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G box for home/office use, NOT for gaming

Motherboard
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MSI MAG B550 TOMAHAWK ATX AM4 Motherboard
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/3Mxbt6/msi-mag-b550-tomahawk-atx-am4-motherboard-mag-b550-tomahawk

Which 64GB kit RAM shall I select ?
1)
G.SKILL 64GB Kit F4-2666C18D-64GTRS Trident Z ROYAL ROYAL RGB Silver DDR4 2666MHz
2)
G.Skill Trident Z Neo RGB F4-3600C18D-64GTZN DDR4 3600MHz 64GB Kit
3)
Kingston HyperX Fury RGB HX436C18FB3AK2/64 DDR4 3600MHz 64G Kit

Which 2TB NVMe SSD shall I select?
1)
Corsair 2TB Core Series MP600 M.2 2280 PCIe Gen4 x4 NVMe SSD
2)
ADTA XPG GAMMIX S50 Lite 2TB M.2 2280 PCIe Gen 4.4 NVMe 1.4 Internal SSD

Please advise.

Or are there any other suggestions? Thanks

Regards
 

sonofjesse

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I don't like what ADATA did bad business practice (the switch a roo on the 8200 controllers).

However they have the cheapest 2TB Gen 4 Tier one drive. The s50 lite, its like 210 right now amazing value.

These are great little drives and seem to benchmark better than the 8200 gen 3's I have used. (I have used both 8200 and s50)

MP600 is 334
S50 LIte is 210

Seems like an easy choice to save the 120 bucks.

I dont' know of any other Gen IV NVME for 210!!!!!

If your just doing home office stuff I highly doubt you will need 64gb of ram unless your running a bunch of VM's.

I do a decent amount of photo editing with Adobe products and 32GB works great.


On RAM crucial 3200 is 175 for 32gb.
teamgroup 3200 159 for 32gb

Since your not gaming I don't think I would go to 3600mhz. (save the money)
 

satimis_06

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Hi all,

Lot of thanks for valuable advice. I just selected the RAM and NVMe SSD on Internet considering them suitable for me both in spec and price. Of course there are many available on Internet.

I'll take your advice selecting RAM of speed between 2666 and 3000 since I don't game. Regarding their size I need 64G because having VMs on the new box.

I'm still consider my selection on NVMe SSD. Thanks

Regards
 

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