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There are so many PC parts to think about when you're building or upgrading your gaming PC, and amid that mountain of specs, few parts are more puzzling than memory (or RAM).

At the baseline, it may seem simple, as there's the RAM's capacity to think about, with 8GB to 16GB generally being acceptable for mid- to high-end systems.

But, once you start digging deeper, RAM gets astoundingly complex. (If you need a little more info before buying, see our explainer on What is RAM?)Beyond the capacity, you'll have to consider things like whether you want to take advantage of dual- or quad-channel memory, the memory speed you want to run at (yes, RAM has a clock speed much like a CPU), and perhaps the even more complicated CAS latency and memory timings.

All of these things will vary between different memory kits, so you can't expect one 16GB kit of DDR4 memory to be the same as another.We'll help make picking RAM easy for you, though.

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