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shouldn't this say RAM not SSD?
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Specifications:
Speed: DDR4 3000
Module size: 16GB (8GB x 2)
CAS Latency: 16-18-18
Compatible with Intel and Ryzen
Warranty: Lifetime
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Pretty solid deal, and good for my new Ryzen 2600x build.

Took a while for shipping, but so far so good.

3000 really helps take advantage of Ryzen according to most people. I wouldn't know, but it works and I was able to overclock my Ryzen to 4.0 with stock fan.
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shouldn't this say RAM not SSD?
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Now that's a SMALL SSD!
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Specifications:
Speed: DDR4 3000
Module size: 16GB (8GB x 2)
CAS Latency: 16-18-18
Compatible with Intel and Ryzen
Warranty: Lifetime
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I really wish they would list manufacturer and die on product page.
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Specifications:
Speed: DDR4 3000
Module size: 16GB (8GB x 2)
CAS Latency: 16-18-18
Compatible with Intel and Ryzen
Warranty: Lifetime
PC noob. Is this good or not? Building my first rig. Got Ryzen 5 1600. GPU will probably be 1070 or 1660.
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PC noob. Is this good or not? Building my first rig. Got Ryzen 5 1600. GPU will probably be 1070 or 1660.
Pretty solid deal, and good for my new Ryzen 2600x build.

Took a while for shipping, but so far so good.

3000 really helps take advantage of Ryzen according to most people. I wouldn't know, but it works and I was able to overclock my Ryzen to 4.0 with stock fan.
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PC noob. Is this good or not? Building my first rig. Got Ryzen 5 1600. GPU will probably be 1070 or 1660.
Good Enough for your CPU. Anything better you might want to go even higher rate.
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$10 more for rgb...worth it?
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Ohh decent price. RAM might finally come back to where it once was.
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Will RAM prices keep falling? I'm planning a PC build this summer and trying to decide when to start buying. I've seen this particular RAM slowly go down but given how overpriced RAM was in the recent past I'm worried
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Will RAM prices keep falling? I'm planning a PC build this summer and trying to decide when to start buying. I've seen this particular RAM slowly go down but given how overpriced RAM was in the recent past I'm worried
If you are building in the summer I would wait. From my understanding I think RAM will stay the same or go down but new processors and GPU's will be released too. It's better to wait if you can.
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Will RAM prices keep falling? I'm planning a PC build this summer and trying to decide when to start buying. I've seen this particular RAM slowly go down but given how overpriced RAM was in the recent past I'm worried
You should wait to buy ram until you buy your CPU. If you're going Intel, you can buy cheaper ram and don't need to worry about it much. If Ryzen 3xxx is like 2xxx, it will need higher quality ram to hit its full potential.
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