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Team Vulcan 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 2400 (PC4 19200) TLGD416G2400HC14DC01 $130

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bought exactly the same thing last November for $80 included a $10 gift card
Write a book. This is fair given the current prices
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bought exactly the same thing last November for $80 included a $10 gift card
RAM prices have went up, same as gold and Apple stocks.
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bought exactly the same thing last November for $80 included a $10 gift card
Me either. But it's the ddr4 4000 version but it was $70, with $15 off $70 code from eBay. Sweet deal . Now you can't even buy 8 GB with that price.
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A lot of mixed reviews on it I feel like I want to but don't wanna risk it
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It's crazy how the prices have skyrocketed; I bought this ram last black Friday for I think $65.
It's been fantastic. I am running on a board with locked frequency so I haven't OC'd it, but it hasn't givin' me even the slightest hiccup since owning.
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Will this ram suck with ryzen 1600x and ASRock b30 or whatever pro?
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A lot of mixed reviews on it I feel like I want to but don't wanna risk it
Team ram sucks.

I bought it about 5 years ago ddr3 memory because it was cheap, and they gave me tons of BSOD.

Just 2 weeks ago i decided to build another computer, and bought the low profile ddr4 ram from Team again, because ram prices are so expensive, and they were the most affordable.

Big mistake, constant crashing, and BSOD again. I quickly RMAed it, got me some Ballistic branded memory and everything is working as it should.

Paid more, but its worth not dealing with Team memory again.
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bought exactly the same thing last November for $80 included a $10 gift card
I bought two pairs for $103
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Will this ram suck with ryzen 1600x and ASRock b30 or whatever pro?
Part of the answer to that is going to depend on your graphics card. If you're using a high end card you need faster RAM.
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Part of the answer to that is going to depend on your graphics card. If you're using a high end card you need faster RAM.
R9 390 8gb
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R9 390 8gb
Yeah this should be fine if you OC it to 2666 or maybe 2800.
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Yeah this should be fine if you OC it to 2666 or maybe 2800.
Thanks and reps
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Glad to help. Here's something to watch if you want to compare RAM speeds across different cards. https://youtu.be/U4k_ErEg-FU
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