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16GB (2x8GB) ADATA XPG GAMMIX D10 DDR4 3000 Desktop Memory EXPIRED

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ADATA XPG GAMMIX D10 16GB (2 X 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000) Desktop Memory Model [massgenie.com] - $69.70

Specifications:
  • Speed: DDR4 3000
  • Module size: 16GB (8GB x 2)
  • Compatible with Intel and Ryzen
  • Warranty: Lifetime
Features:
  • Unique heatsink design for better dissipation
  • Low profile heatsink for effortless installation
  • Supports the latest Intel X299 platform and implements 2666MHz
  • Superior power efficiency: 20% less draw than DDR3 (operating voltage decreased from 1.5V to 1.2V)
  • Intel XMP 2.0 - more accessible overclocking
  • RoHS compliant
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If I buy 2 of this, is this working 32gb 3000 on ryzen?
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Have these in my rig with ryzen 2600x, works well. Make sure to turn XMP
What's Xmp?
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What's Xmp?
It's something like overclocking the RAM, I don't have a lot of knowledge in that though, I was told to do that to have the RAM running at 3000mhz.
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What's Xmp?
Basically what everybody's trying to say is when you buy Ram you're buying it based on speeds that it "can" run not the speed that it "does" run at out of the box so when you install the ram you have to go in the bios and turn on the XMP profile for that Ram to get the "can" speed
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Great... just picked up a set. perfect for the Ryzen 5 w/motherboard deal that \i just picked up from MicroCenter!
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Running it currently at 3200 with no issues, ryzen 1600. Gigabyte B450 board. For this price I will order 16 more.
at what timing?
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16-18-18
31, 34 or 38? and passed Prime for 2 hours burn test?
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passed 4h test
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Any reason I'd have issues in a AM4 ASRock MB? As typical, the model number doesn't come up on the recommended list from their website
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It depends on what kinds of music you're producing. These sticks have very crisp highs, and slightly boomy base. GSkill tend to have a more balanced, warmer sound that works well for vocals and acoustic.
Lmao!
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I run quad-channel, would it be smart to order 2 sets of these or go with a dedicated 4 channel kit?
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Bought 2 sets of these for an i7-9700k build when they were the same price a few weeks ago on Rakuten.

Sticks have been working great, no issues, no complaints.
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Anyone use these with a Ryzen build?
I always use these with my 2600 and they work great.
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