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[SOLVED] What would you do with a pair of 2400 MHz RAM?

You would:

  • sell them. Buy new faster memories.

    Votes: 1 50.0%
  • use them in a new Ryzen build.

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • leave them in the Kabylake build.

    Votes: 1 50.0%
  • do something else.

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    2

mkaafy

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So, to keep it short, I have a pair of Corsair Vengeance LPX 2400 MHz 16 gigabytes (32 gigabytes in total) memories in a Kabylake build that I have been using.

What's the best thing to do?
Would you reuse it in a new Ryzen build?
Or sell it, probably?
Or just leave it in this build and buy a new pair of, say, 3400 MHz memories?

Respect
 
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boju

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I think leave it and repurpose the Intel system. Maybe use it for a lan machine with friends.

Lpx isn't ideal for Ryzen and have often seen compatibility issues. You're better off getting a set of Gskill Tridents and 3600 CL 16 going forward if were to go Ryzen 3rd gen.
 
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boju

Polypheme
Ambassador
I think leave it and repurpose the Intel system. Maybe use it for a lan machine with friends.

Lpx isn't ideal for Ryzen and have often seen compatibility issues. You're better off getting a set of Gskill Tridents and 3600 CL 16 going forward if were to go Ryzen 3rd gen.
 
Reactions: mkaafy

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