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Here is my comment from the last time these were posted on SD a couple of weeks ago:
I bought these same ones (with silver heatspreaders): (4) 2 X 8GB packs (64GB total) when they were on sale on Rakuten for $88 for 16GB of 3000, during BF sale. Put them into an x399 ASRock Taichi MB w/ a 1950x Threadripper. I stress tested 64GB of this ram for 72hrs using MemTest86 at both default (2666) and again at XMP (3000) and they performed perfectly. Also used other stress tests (Prime, OCCT, etc.) and they performed fine. Pretty amazing for budget ram on a 1st Gen Threadripper system, and all the DIMM slots populated. I think this compatibility is due to all the BIOS updates since Threadripper lauched. Thaiphoon Burner showed 6 of the 8 sticks having Spectek chips, and the other 2 sticks having Hynix. There is no way to tell what chips you'll get from any labeling on the retail box or heatspreaders.
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He has a point, Noctua brown/tan isn't attractive (subjective) and doesn't match any common build color schemes. Performance-wise they're top tier, but that's not what he's knocking
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price is getting better .. it is ALMOST time to build a new machine, just as soon as the price of ramm and ssd stabilize.. They keep going lower.
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Here is my comment from the last time these were posted on SD a couple of weeks ago:
I bought these same ones (with silver heatspreaders): (4) 2 X 8GB packs (64GB total) when they were on sale on Rakuten for $88 for 16GB of 3000, during BF sale. Put them into an x399 ASRock Taichi MB w/ a 1950x Threadripper. I stress tested 64GB of this ram for 72hrs using MemTest86 at both default (2666) and again at XMP (3000) and they performed perfectly. Also used other stress tests (Prime, OCCT, etc.) and they performed fine. Pretty amazing for budget ram on a 1st Gen Threadripper system, and all the DIMM slots populated. I think this compatibility is due to all the BIOS updates since Threadripper lauched. Thaiphoon Burner showed 6 of the 8 sticks having Spectek chips, and the other 2 sticks having Hynix. There is no way to tell what chips you'll get from any labeling on the retail box or heatspreaders.

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Here is my comment from the last time these were posted on SD a couple of weeks ago:
I bought these same ones (with silver heatspreaders): (4) 2 X 8GB packs (64GB total) when they were on sale on Rakuten for $88 for 16GB of 3000, during BF sale. Put them into an x399 ASRock Taichi MB w/ a 1950x Threadripper. I stress tested 64GB of this ram for 72hrs using MemTest86 at both default (2666) and again at XMP (3000) and they performed perfectly. Also used other stress tests (Prime, OCCT, etc.) and they performed fine. Pretty amazing for budget ram on a 1st Gen Threadripper system, and all the DIMM slots populated. I think this compatibility is due to all the BIOS updates since Threadripper lauched. Thaiphoon Burner showed 6 of the 8 sticks having Spectek chips, and the other 2 sticks having Hynix. There is no way to tell what chips you'll get from any labeling on the retail box or heatspreaders.
Any idea what the cl rating is on these?
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any idea what the cl rating is on these?
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ADATA XPG GAMMIX D10 16GB (2 X 8GB) 288-PIN DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000) DESKTOP MEMORY MODEL (AD4U300038G16-DS10).

https://www.rakuten.com/shop/adat...8G16-DS10/

Apply the following coupon code during checkout process: AD15
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Maximum discount: $32.00
Receive Coupon discount: 15% off
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Valid: 01/16/2019 02:00 PM - 01/22/2019 11:59 PM

$103.99 - $15.60(15% off) = $88.39

Same price with the previous front page deal.
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Here is my comment from the last time these were posted on SD a couple of weeks ago:
I bought these same ones (with silver heatspreaders): (4) 2 X 8GB packs (64GB total) when they were on sale on Rakuten for $88 for 16GB of 3000, during BF sale. Put them into an x399 ASRock Taichi MB w/ a 1950x Threadripper. I stress tested 64GB of this ram for 72hrs using MemTest86 at both default (2666) and again at XMP (3000) and they performed perfectly. Also used other stress tests (Prime, OCCT, etc.) and they performed fine. Pretty amazing for budget ram on a 1st Gen Threadripper system, and all the DIMM slots populated. I think this compatibility is due to all the BIOS updates since Threadripper lauched. Thaiphoon Burner showed 6 of the 8 sticks having Spectek chips, and the other 2 sticks having Hynix. There is no way to tell what chips you'll get from any labeling on the retail box or heatspreaders.
that's some tall cooler you got.
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I didn't have any problems with these when I upgraded my in-laws desktop. Computer was bogging down with only 4GB of RAM. Put these in and it runs much better.
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Here is my comment from the last time these were posted on SD a couple of weeks ago:
I bought these same ones (with silver heatspreaders): (4) 2 X 8GB packs (64GB total) when they were on sale on Rakuten for $88 for 16GB of 3000, during BF sale. Put them into an x399 ASRock Taichi MB w/ a 1950x Threadripper. I stress tested 64GB of this ram for 72hrs using MemTest86 at both default (2666) and again at XMP (3000) and they performed perfectly. Also used other stress tests (Prime, OCCT, etc.) and they performed fine. Pretty amazing for budget ram on a 1st Gen Threadripper system, and all the DIMM slots populated. I think this compatibility is due to all the BIOS updates since Threadripper lauched. Thaiphoon Burner showed 6 of the 8 sticks having Spectek chips, and the other 2 sticks having Hynix. There is no way to tell what chips you'll get from any labeling on the retail box or heatspreaders.
Wow the RAM goes perfectly with that board. Are you running this in a case at all? Just passive air out of case? What's that heatsink? Great build
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I bought these same ones (with silver heatspreaders): (4) 2 X 8GB packs (64GB total) when they were on sale on Rakuten for $88 for 16GB of 3000, during BF sale. Put them into an x399 ASRock Taichi MB w/ a 1950x Threadripper. I stress tested 64GB of this ram for 72hrs using MemTest86 at both default (2666) and again at XMP (3000) and they performed perfectly. Also used other stress tests (Prime, OCCT, etc.) and they performed fine. Pretty amazing for budget ram on a 1st Gen Threadripper system, with all the DIMM slots populated. Thaiphoon Burner showed 6 of the 8 sticks having Spectek chips, and the other 2 sticks having Hynix. There is no way to tell what chips you'll get from any labeling on the retail box or heatspreaders.


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that's some tall cooler you got.
Yeah. If you want to air cool Threadripper, only choices resemble skyscrapers (165mm tall pictured).

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Wow the RAM goes perfectly with that board. Are you running this in a case at all? Just passive air out of case? What's that heatsink? Great build
Yes, I think the silver heatspreaders do compliment the grey in the Taichi MB too. Those pics were taken while I was testing/benchmarking all the components before I move them into a case. I haven't finished my mods on the case yet, but it will be going into a Corsair 570X. The heatsink shown is the Noctua NH-U14S TR4-SP3. I will be ditching the Noctua single fan, and substituting 2 Thermalright 140mm fans in push/pull. The Thermalright fans are a hair quieter than the Noctua, even though the construction is identical. Just can't live with Noctua colors. Thanks.
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Noctua colors are terrible
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Noctua colors are terrible
you obviously don't know what you are talking about, what's next? AMD CPUs are terrible? They are popular for a reason
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you obviously don't know what you are talking about, what's next? AMD CPUs are terrible? They are popular for a reason
He has a point, Noctua brown/tan isn't attractive (subjective) and doesn't match any common build color schemes. Performance-wise they're top tier, but that's not what he's knocking
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that's some tall cooler you got.
Lol yes!
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