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Good Ram at Good Price?

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It's CL14 Samsung B Die so should be good. Price looks good for what you're getting. You building Intel or Ryzen? For Ryzen the max you'd probably want to go for is 3600 and really there'd be very little difference to CL14 3200. For Intel you can use higher speed kits but 32Gb would set you back a lot. Assuming that you're looking to balance your budget don't think you'd go wrong with that 3200 CL14 RAM. As it's Samsung B Die you can overclock it some as well to get a bit more performance out of it if you really want to.

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Looks okay to me. If it fits your motherboard and is the bus speed you want, then go for it. 


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Specs look good...true CAS latency 8.75ns (less than 9.0 can be considered high performance memory).  Just make sure your CPU cooler is appropriate for the high profile DIMMs.

 


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