5 Best Ram for Ryzen 7 2700x

Today, we are going to look at the best RAM kits for Ryzen 2700x. The ryzen 7 2700X currently retails from amazon for about 330 USD and if you want the best performance out of it, you need at least a 3000Mhz 16GB kit with a curve that is as close as possible to the Ryzen’s Memory Support. The 3200Mhz 16GB is very costly compare to the performance it will give, so most people are better off getting a cheaper 3000Mhz kit and overclocking it.  

I have reviewed multiple kits for this platform paired with the Ryzen 7 2700X. I was particularly interested in finding out which DDR4 memory kit gives the best performance when you have an AMD X470 motherboard paired with a Ryzen 7 2700X CPU.

Best Ram for Ryzen 2700x

Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16GB DDR4 3200MHz

First up we have the Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB DDR4 Memory Kit, which comes with two 16GB sticks of DDR4 memory. These are 16GB sticks, not 8GB which is to be expected considering this is a 32GB kit. They are also rated at 3200MHz with CL16-18 latencies out of the box.

This means if you want to reach the maximum clock frequency on your Ryzen 7 2700X system, you only need to tighten the latencies. The Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB DDR4 Memory Kit comes with a small, yet sleek heatsink that is meant to keep these sticks of RAM cool during heavy gaming sessions or when undervolted for extreme overclocking.

These are easily some of the best looking RAM sticks on the market, but their performance is also very impressive. No matter if you are using this with the Ryzen 7 2700X or any other CPU, you will be able to benefit from these high-performance sticks of RAM.

Pros Exceptional performance Non-RGB version is only slightly cheaper Comes included with a very sleek heatsink that looks great Cons Expensive price tag 16GB per stick configuration

G.SKILL TridentZ 16GB DDR4 3200MHz

The G.SKILL TridentZ 32GB DDR4 Memory Kit is next up on our list of the best RAM for Ryzen 2700X. If you are looking for a good-looking high-performance memory kit, this might be the one for you. Not only do these have an amazing look to them, but they are also very high-performing.

These are 32GB sticks of memory so you will be able to take full advantage of the Ryzen 7 2700X performance by using both slots for this kit. Since it is a single stick kit, there won’t be any issues regarding compatibility with your motherboard or anything like that.

These are also easily some of the best gaming RAM sticks available, which might be why they are PC Gamer’s choice for their mid-range build guide. Their price is slightly more pricey than most other kits on our list, but it is still very reasonable considering what you get with these memory sticks.

Pros Exceptional performance Great looking design Can OC to 4200Mhz Cons Expensive price tag 8GB per stick configuration

Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 2400MHz

The Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB DDR4 Memory Kit comes with two 16GB DDR4 memory sticks. These need to be installed in sets of two so you will have a total of 32GB similar to what we see with the G.Skill TridentZ memory kit.

These sticks are rated at 2400MHz with CL15 latencies out of the box, meaning they will be able to work on pretty much any Ryzen system without an issue. Thanks to their high performance and low latency they are also one of the most popular RAM kits available for this platform.

They might not look as good as some other memory kits, but they do perform very well for their price tag so you really can’t go wrong with these. You also have the option of choosing between multiple different colours depending on your preferences so you will definitely find one that matches your colour scheme.

Pros Exceptional performance Low-profile design Very affordable Cons Can only reach 2800Mhz using overclocking 8GB per stick configuration

Adata Spectrix D80 16

The Adata Spectrix D80 16GB (2x 8GB) DDR4 Memory Kit is next on our list and it comes with two 8GB sticks of RAM. These are rated at 3200Mhz with CL16 latencies out of the box, meaning they will work on pretty much any AM4 socket motherboard without any issues.

This memory kit also comes included with a very stylish looking heatsink that is wrapped in vivid red colour. This might not be as high-end as some other memory kits but they still perform quite well and look amazing too. Thanks to their low power consumption, you won’t have to worry about your electricity bill skyrocket if you decide to use these.

Pros Great looking design Low-profile heatsink for lower temperatures Cons Can only reach 3200Mhz using overclocking 8GB per stick configuration

G.SKILL TridentZ RGB 32GB DDR4 2666MHz

The G.SKILL TridentZ 64GB Memory Kit is next up and it comes with two 32GB RAM sticks that have an amazing look to them thanks to the transparent body that’s been used in their construction. These are rated at a speed of 2666Mhz with CL15 latencies out of the box, which means they will work well with pretty much any Ryzen system without any issues whatsoever.

While these are marketed as gaming memory sticks, they are still an amazing choice for professional applications as well. They might not look super fancy like some other memory kits out there, but they do perform very well and the price tag is also more than reasonable.

Pros Exceptional performance Great looking design Cons Pricey 32GB per stick configuration

Conclusion

As we’ve seen, there are quite a few very good memory kits available right now for the Ryzen platform. The most important thing you should take into account when purchasing your next RAM kit is to make sure that it will fit your motherboard’s slot configuration.

For example, if you have a single stick of 16GB or 32GB DDR4 memory, then all of these memory kits will work perfectly with your system without any issues whatsoever. However, if you plan on using two sticks of 8GB each, then opt for the G.SKILL TridentZ Memory Kit since it comes in an 8GB per stick configuration while other options come with 16GB or 32GB sticks which can’t be used at their full potential in this case.