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  1. M

    Selecting best RAM for Ryzen 2600

    Hi! I am sorry for a bit noob question - I want to find and finely tune the fastest RAM possible for Ryzen Zen+ 2600 in the ITX case (Cryorig Taku or SilverStone SG13). So my questions are following: 1) What ITX X470 motherboard to choose to get most from the RAM? I am thinking between ASUS...
  2. Morlean

    Help on DDR-4 memory ?

    Hello all, I have a question on the new DDR4 g.skill TridentZ rbg series f4-3200c16d-16gtzr. Is it compatable withthe Gigabyte Ga-AB350-gaming AMD Ryzen AM4 MoBo and or the ASUS RoG strix b350-f AM4 MoBo??? am going to be running a AMD Ryzen 5 1600 (YD1600BBAEBOX). Any Help would be greatly...
  3. DeadlyTitan

    Pulling the trigger on Trident Z RGB Ram, May God Help Me If This Does Nt Wrk. R thy even worth It?

    First of all sorry for long title and dopey spellings, was character limited lol. Its been 2 weeks and i have entered my vacation and i am getting pretty impatient cause the stupid ram i want is out of stock (Corsair Vengeance RGB, since i heard it have better compatibility with msi boards)...
  4. DeadlyTitan

    Anyone with G. SKILL Trident Z RGB & MSI Motherboard? Please Help.

    Sorry for posting so many questions about the ram but as you can see i am growing very very impatient. This time around i'll try to calm down and try to explain as clear as i can so i can get better help. Ram and motherboard are the 2 last pars i need to build my pc and i am stuck on them So...
  5. C

    Need opinions on different DDR4 RAM (choices inside)

    I have four different RAM choices (listed in the poll). Will be using in a Z170/6700k system - mostly for discrete GPU gaming @ 1440p/144hz and video editing/rendering every now and then. Currently leaning towards G.SKILL Ripjaws DDR4 3000, just because it offers the "fastest" RAM speed at $85...