> How about RAM speeds? I see the motherboards go up to DDR4/4000. IIRC, CAS is
> important, and looks like CAS 15 is where that tops out. I read somewhere that if
> you're not a tweaker buying faster RAM doesn't really get you much. I see Crucial (my
> past vendor of choice) has 2133 and 3000 at CAS 15. Worth it to go to 3000?
I read the same things about ram speed. However I think you might acutally see some difference going from 2133 to 3000 and price difference seems negligible (~$30 for 2x8G).
At the very least I would go with stock speed (2666).
Edited by tedgreen (10/11/17 11:51 PM)