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So they work in conjuncture with the speed.
The speed 3200mhz is only one side of the story.
The timing/latency is "how fast the ram module can access its own hardware"


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Timing 16-18-18-38 for those wondering
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Timing 16-18-18-38 for those wondering
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Timing 16-18-18-38 for those wondering
I keep seeing those numbers, why do they matter?
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I keep seeing those numbers, why do they matter?
So they work in conjuncture with the speed.
The speed 3200mhz is only one side of the story.
The timing/latency is "how fast the ram module can access its own hardware"


https://www.howtogeek.com/303455/...rformance/
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Can 3600mhz ram be installed in a pc that take 3200 ram. If so any advantage of doing so?
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Can 3600mhz ram be installed in a pc that take 3200 ram. If so any advantage of doing so?
Best to check the motherboard specs to know for sure.
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Can 3600mhz ram be installed in a pc that take 3200 ram. If so any advantage of doing so?
Technically speaking, yes, you can install faster memory even if the system isn't capable of utilizing it.

The complication of doing so is that the ram should also support the fastest speed your motherboard is capable of supporting.

Otherwise, the system will choose the next lowest speed that's compatible.

If your system has overclocking support, this concern becomes less relevant because you can set the speeds yourself.
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I bought the 3600mhz version of this ram cas 19. It does cas 16 3600mhz
Im sure this ram can do 3600mhz cas 16 as well
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I ordered a "G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3600 (PC4 28800) Desktop Memory Model F4-3600C16D-16GVKC" last week to pair with a x570 build and haven't had a chance to open the package as yet. Keep it or exchange for the 32 deal? (16gb 3600C vs 32gb 3200C)
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I keep seeing those numbers, why do they matter?
To calculate rams efficiency take its speed / the first number in its timings

so 3200/16 = 200 for this kit of ram in question

but lets say 3000/15 which also = 200 on another set of ram, Because the efficiency speed is the same doesn't mean its on par with 3200/16 < since this can process more information at the same efficiency its latency is reduced increasing performance hope this helped
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I am so FRUSTRATED. I have 3200 cl15 Samsung b die. it's not on my qvl and odd number cl is an issue for ryzen builds.

So my options are:
1. try that kit anyway and I think it would run at cl16 if gear down mode is enabled.
2. try that one and manually set it to something else, such as 3200 cl14 or 2600 cl16.
3. buy a 3600 non-Samsung cl16 kit for around $160.
4. buy the 3600 cl16 b die kit, but newegg WENT UP in price now to $295 for it.

It seems a waste to pay almost $300 for a kit just to get b die. But I'd still prefer it. Frown

Anyway so I am frustrated because I keep waiting for that kit to go DOWN and it goes up instead.

And now almost all the Samsung ssds have gone up in price in the past 2 days.
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I am so FRUSTRATED. I have 3200 cl15 Samsung b die. it's not on my qvl and odd number cl is an issue for ryzen builds.

So my options are:
1. try that kit anyway and I think it would run at cl16 if gear down mode is enabled.
2. try that one and manually set it to something else, such as 3200 cl14 or 2600 cl16.
3. buy a 3600 non-Samsung cl16 kit for around $160.
4. buy the 3600 cl16 b die kit, but newegg WENT UP in price now to $295 for it.

It seems a waste to pay almost $300 for a kit just to get b die. But I'd still prefer it. Frown

Anyway so I am frustrated because I keep waiting for that kit to go DOWN and it goes up instead.

And now almost all the Samsung ssds have gone up in price in the past 2 days.
Have you tried it? It's a slightly lower bin than 3200 CL14, but you shouldn't have any issues manually setting the timings unless you're running a low-end first gen chip and your IMC is absolute garbage.
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I ordered a "G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3600 (PC4 28800) Desktop Memory Model F4-3600C16D-16GVKC" last week to pair with a x570 build and haven't had a chance to open the package as yet. Keep it or exchange for the 32 deal? (16gb 3600C vs 32gb 3200C)
I am not 100% sure on this so someone please correct me if I am wrong- I think it depends on how much memory you are going to use. I have a PC I must have sunk almost a couple grand in to, but I am still using the cheap 16gb memory I got at microcenter.

I have played tons of games but I dont use all 16gigs unless I am editing videos or processing 3d images in adobe.

So I think I may get this because I do memory intensive tasks.

But most everyone I have spoken too has said "you dont need more than 16 gigs for gaming"

So if you were just gaming I would say stick with the 16gigs with the higher speed. But you also have to check the cas timing stuff which makes a difference........

Honestly nothing confuses me more in PC building than all the things you can learn about RAM ( ͡• ͜ʖ ͡• )

*Edit* if you want to future proof your pc as much as you can these days, I would say go with 32gigs. Because this 32gb kit costs less then what I paid on 16gbs a year ago. lol
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