To calculate what value of a capacitor is suited for ripple suppression, we can use this formula:
Cmin = Load Current / (Ripple Voltage X Frequency)
It seems a higher value of the capacitor will get better performance for suppressing ripple.
Of course, a higher value for the capacitor will also be more expensive. If cost can be ignored, is a higher-value capacitor for ripple suppression always a good choice?