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Ballistix Sport LT 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR4 3000 MT/s Memory (Gray) - $60 AC/FS

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really good ram, easy oc, very stable
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I feel like we should be getting 3200mhz for $60 like I bought 2 months ago...
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I feel like we should be getting 3200mhz for $60 like I bought 2 months ago...
the difference is very tiny, plus this has basically the same latency and OCs extremely well
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the difference is very tiny, plus this has basically the same latency and OCs extremely well
I know it's just that I already have these sticks in the 3200mhz and even though they are for a different rig, I wanted a matching pair in case.
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the difference is very tiny, plus this has basically the same latency and OCs extremely well
I thought the 3200s were Micron E dies and the 3000s are not?
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I thought the 3200s were Micron E dies and the 3000s are not?
Pretty sure both are micron from what google says...
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I thought the 3200s were Micron E dies and the 3000s are not?
The 3000 and 3200 Micron E dies have AES in the model number. The ones linked in the OP are BES, not sure if they are E dies since the latency do not match the 3000 E die latency.
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Thanks! Good deal. Now to find a good processor/Mobo deal to go with this and my new rtx2070...
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These are not Micron E-die. Just a heads up
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Damn ram is getting cheap. Hope it lasts! Great time to start a pc build or upgrade. Cas 16 is good.
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ideal for intel builds, maybe not so much with ryzen 3000 series as its been noted this is likely not E-die
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ideal for intel builds, maybe not so much with ryzen 3000 series as its been noted this is likely not E-die
What is e die exactly? And what's the downfall of it not being e die?
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This looks like a good deal, but I have seen 3200mhz cl16 2x8 going for $60-65 dollars. If you have a intel build there won't be a big difference between these 2 speeds, but if you have ryzen then the extra 200mhz will benefit performance since ryzen benefits from higher ram speeds basically. Hope this helps you Wink if you have any question don't hesitate on asking
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Running these in my Ryzen 3900 build, they're meh

Able to hit 3200 CL15 stable at 1.45V
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