The Intel Core i7-10700K is a fantastic CPU from Intel, rocking plenty of cores and threads to handle most tasks you can throw at it. But all this won't mean much if you don't have the best DDR4 RAM for the processor to take advantage of. That's why we rounded up the best RAM for this CPU.
Corsair RAM is among the most reliable available today and the Vengeance LPX series is seriously good stuff. We've highlighted the 16GB kit clocked at 3,000MHz. These aren't the quickest modules on the market but will run very well with the Core i7-10700K.
The Vengeance RGB PRO is the same as the Vengeance RAM we recommended but with added RGB lighting. You've got similar speeds and identical capacity with 16GB, but with lighting that'll set your PC apart from the crowd.
Light 'Em Up
G.SKILL's RAM kits are gorgeous and the Trident Z Royal Gold is a fine example of the company's craftsmanship. This kit is unlike anything else we're recommending here and they come with crystalized effect RGB lighting ... because of course they do.
High Capacity RAM
There's not a whole lot to say about this RAM kit. It's identical to our top pick but comes with double the capacity at 32GB. If 16GB isn't enough for what you plan to do on the PC, this kit will be more than happy to soak up more data.
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You could spend hours shopping around for RAM, but not all of them are best suited for 10th Gen Intel processors. To really get the most out of the Intel Core i7-10700K, you'll want to ensure the clock speed is at least 3,000MHz. Corsair's Vengeance LPX 16GB Kit is an excellent option for this CPU.
Should you have more money to spare for your PC build, G.SKILL TridentZ kits are becoming more popular thanks to a sleek module and heat spreader design matched with reliable performance. They really are something else compared to everything else on the market.
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Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.