[SOLVED] Which one of these rams is best with this setup?

WildCard999

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Same speed, voltage, timings, CAS for all 3. Performance wise there won't be a difference.

The silver Royal ones look cool but it comes down to your budget, if that extra money ($73) from going to the Ripjaws from Royals could be used to upgrade another component (SSD, GPU, etc) then it may be worth it to grab the Ripjaws.
 

WildCard999

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Same speed, voltage, timings, CAS for all 3. Performance wise there won't be a difference.

The silver Royal ones look cool but it comes down to your budget, if that extra money ($73) from going to the Ripjaws from Royals could be used to upgrade another component (SSD, GPU, etc) then it may be worth it to grab the Ripjaws.
 

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Same speed, voltage, timings, CAS for all 3. Performance wise there won't be a difference.

The silver Royal ones look cool but it comes down to your budget, if that extra money ($73) from going to the Ripjaws from Royals could be used to upgrade another component (SSD, GPU, etc) then it may be worth it to grab the Ripjaws.
Thanks for fast reply. And one more thing.
there wont be any bottleneck issues right?
 

WildCard999

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Thanks for fast reply. And one more thing.
there wont be any bottleneck issues right?
No issues and 3600mhz matches perfectly with the Ryzen 3700X*. Asus version of XMP is called DOCP so you will need to enable that in the motherboard BIOS for the memory to run at the correct speeds. Also for DOCP to work the memory needs to be in the A2/B2 slots (2nd & 4th).
 

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No issues and 3600mhz matches perfectly with the Ryzen 3600. Asus version of XMP is called DOCP so you will need to enable that in the motherboard BIOS for the memory to run at the correct speeds. Also for DOCP to work the memory needs to be in the A2/B2 slots (2nd & 4th).
Ill go with ripjaws V.
Ok got it. Cpu its 3700x .
Thanks alot mate.
 

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