ADATA 8GB DDRA4 2666 Desktop Memory

ADATA 8GB DDRA4 2666 Desktop Memory

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Where is the deal?

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Not efficient RAM … latency is 19

If someone need RAM now, the below is best, low latency (CL16) and high transfers (DDR4 3000)
https://www.amazon.in/Corsair-Vengeance-3000Mhz...

Suitable for both Intel i series up to 10 gen and Ryzen up to latest
but
for Ryzen CPU I recommend DDR4 3200
for intel i3 and below DDR4 2400 would be sufficient

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thisis.ravi538479 wrote:

Not efficient RAM … latency is 19

If someone need RAM now, the below is best, low latency (CL16) and high transfers (DDR4 3000)
https://www.amazon.in/Corsair-Vengeance-3000Mhz...

Suitable for both Intel i series up to 10 gen and Ryzen up to latest
but
for Ryzen CPU I recommend DDR4 3200
for intel i3 and below DDR4 2400 would be sufficient

The huge price difference between 3000 and 3200 doesn’t justify the small jump in performance. Right now, 3000Mhz RAM gives the best bang for your buck. Of course go for 3200Mhz if money is not the issue.

And Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB DDR4 3000MHz is available at really great price right now. I bought it for 3400 rs last month. Bought another chip for 3000 rs 20 days ago and then another one for 2800 rs 10-12 days ago.

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Roushh wrote:

The huge price difference between 3000 and 3200 doesn’t justify the small jump in performance. Right now, 3000Mhz RAM gives the best bang for your buck. Of course go for 3200Mhz if money is not the issue.

And Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB DDR4 3000MHz is available at really great price right now. I bought it for 3400 rs last month. Bought another chip for 3000 rs 20 days ago and then another one for 2800 rs 10-12 days ago.

It again depends on CPU

Intel i7 or i5 equivalent would require Max DDR4 2666
Intel i3 equivalent and below (G series) would require max DDR4 2400

If PC is Ryzen 1st gen build, then DDR4 2666
Ryzen 2nd gen, then DDR4 3000
Ryzen 3rd gen, then DDR4 3200

If you deploy a RAM more than max supported speed, then it will be underclocked and latency is going to be same.

And RAM with low latency is recommended

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thisis.ravi538479 wrote:

It again depends on CPU

Intel i7 or i5 equivalent would require Max DDR4 2666
Intel i3 equivalent and below (G series) would require max DDR4 2400

If PC is Ryzen 1st gen build, then DDR4 2666
Ryzen 2nd gen, then DDR4 3000
Ryzen 3rd gen, then DDR4 3200

If you deploy a RAM more than max supported speed, then it will be underclocked and latency is going to be same.

And RAM with low latency is recommended

That was not the point I was making but.. ok.

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Roushh wrote:

That was not the point I was making but.. ok.

What I mean was … even DDR4 3000 is more economical for pricewise, it is always recommended to buy max supported type, example for Intel users DDR4 2400 is enough and DDR4 3000 is overkill for them and waste of extra paid price … I hope you got what I meant … and

why I pointed out latency because on Intel machine
DDR4 2400 CL 16 - will be faster then DDR4 2666 CL 19, in 99% cases
So, selecting latency is equally important

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thisis.ravi538479 wrote:

What I mean was … even DDR4 3000 is more economical for pricewise, it is always recommended to buy max supported type, example for Intel users DDR4 2400 is enough and DDR4 3000 is overkill for them and waste of extra paid price … I hope you got what I meant … and

why I pointed out latency because on Intel machine
DDR4 2400 CL 16 - will be faster then DDR4 2666 CL 19, in 99% cases
So, selecting latency is equally important

Currently my laptop has a CL 19  8gb ram installed in it, if i add another ram with cl 15 8gb ram , so together it will be 16 gb, will it be any problem?

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imrj wrote:

Currently my laptop has a CL 19  8gb ram installed in it, if i add another ram with cl 15 8gb ram , so together it will be 16 gb, will it be any problem?

If you mix the different speeds, then both sticks will work at slower speed. If you mix latencies, your motherboard need to intelligently handle, if not, I think there will be problem but I am not sure (but dual channel configuration will NOT work)… I recommend to run MemTest86 overnight to check RAM errors.

After all, if your motherboard have XMP, then enable it and try setting stable latency, once set, you go to OS and have CPU-Z installed and check there what RAM stick is set to what speed and latency.

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What costly or what reasonable.. don’t seen.. but got recharged my knowledge about RAM.. thnks.. pray

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