32Gb of DDR4 3200 MHz TeamGroup or Corsair

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I've scanned recent posts, but can't find a definitive answer to my question.

I'm putting together a Ryzen 5800 based system primarily for photo editing (Lightroom/Photoshop). I've no interest in gaming (sorry, I haven't got the attention span) or overclocking.

I'm looking at TeamGroup Vulcan Z T-Force at £110 or Corsair Vengeance LPX Black at £150.

My question is, would I see any real world difference for the extra £40 if I went for the Corsair option? Spec's look pretty similar, and they're both C16. I'm erring towards Corsair purely as it's a name I recognise and trust, but as OC offer warranty for TeamGroup, it must be decent stuff.

Any info would be much appreciated.

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/team...-3200mhz-dual-channel-kit-grey-my-0aj-tg.html

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/cors...zen-tuned-ddr4-memory-dual-kit-my-4bz-cs.html
 
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Neither is particularly great - on a 5800x you really want at least 3600 and ideally 3800-4000. Team is a good brand. Patriot is also good, but I'm not a fan of Corsair memory. It's expensive for what it is.
 
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