Hello, I'm not a techie, trying to build a new PC. Based on my research 3200 is a great option right now for gaming.
One thing I don't understand is why is there such a huge difference in prices btw rams, like two different rams that are 16gb (2x8 3200), one is 80 dollars, the other is 150, some are 200, but they have the same profile? Is that not correct? (the price difference isn't because of RGB). Also, there are 2 4gb rams for say 90 bucks, but if I choose the 4 4gb rams option, it'll end up like at $250, who in the right mind would order the 4 piece when they can order set of 2 4gbs twice (2 in the shopping card for example)
Also, I'm getting a Z390 mother board that supports 4300mhz (with i7-9700), I see people in reviews under the 3200 ram mentioning overclocking their rams to 3200, doesn't the ram come as advertised, if it says 3200, shouldn't it run at 3200mhz? Or do I need to overclock stuff (I don't like to overclock stuff)