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16GB (2x8GB) XPG GAMMIX D30 DDR4 3000MHz Desktop Memory

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ADATA/XPG via Google Shopping has 16GB (2x8GB) XPG GAMMIX D30 DDR4 3000MHz Desktop Memory on sale for $59.99 - 9% off when you apply promo code PGDDBX at checkout = $54.59. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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ADATA/XPG via Google has XPG GAMMIX D30 Gaming Memory: 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3000MHz CL16 Red on sale listed below.

$55 plus Free Shipping. Black or Red Color

Enter Code: PGDDBX to apply the discount at checkout.

https://www.google.com/shopping/p...3913791918

Black Color model here:

https://www.google.com/shopping/p...akQ8wII-gE
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All these Ryzen parts really make me want to build a new system. I've been resisting for years, though - and with good cause.

My I7 3770 non K with a modest OC @ 4.1 all cores + GTX 1080 OC to 2G/11G, DDR3 @ 2G just won't stop providing good performance.

On Control @ 1080p I am running max settings on everything (but of course no RT). 58-82 fps, no judder or lag whatsoever, a very smooth experience. Granted I'm running a 144hz monitor and I'm not able to get that high hz, but my old eyes can't tell anymore anyway. GSYNC takes care of any possible judder, so it's all goodness. My frametime is slow, 13-15ms, but I don't notice it at all either.

Other than RT, I am absolutely certain that my gaming experience will not be substantially any different even if I spluged a couple K on a new build.

Instead of following the upgrade chase I've spent the money on other quality tech, like an enterprise level dell workstation laptop, or just put it in the bank. This is why it's important to buy quality parts to begin with, I think - your longevity is fantastic if you do your work right the first time.

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Shit i paid $62 for this last month
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This seems like the cheapest set I've seen in a while for 16gb DDR4. Anybody have this set that can recommend it? Less than 60 taxes included seems like a great price to pair with my Ryzen chip.
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This seems like the cheapest set I've seen in a while for 16gb DDR4. Anybody have this set that can recommend it? Less than 60 taxes included seems like a great price to pair with my Ryzen chip.
Honestly I've used this kit with multiple Ryzen builds and never had an issue getting to XMP rated speeds. Amazing kit for this price
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All these Ryzen parts really make me want to build a new system. I've been resisting for years, though - and with good cause.

My I7 3770 non K with a modest OC @ 4.1 all cores + GTX 1080 OC to 2G/11G, DDR3 @ 2G just won't stop providing good performance.

On Control @ 1080p I am running max settings on everything (but of course no RT). 58-82 fps, no judder or lag whatsoever, a very smooth experience. Granted I'm running a 144hz monitor and I'm not able to get that high hz, but my old eyes can't tell anymore anyway. GSYNC takes care of any possible judder, so it's all goodness. My frametime is slow, 13-15ms, but I don't notice it at all either.

Other than RT, I am absolutely certain that my gaming experience will not be substantially any different even if I spluged a couple K on a new build.

Instead of following the upgrade chase I've spent the money on other quality tech, like an enterprise level dell workstation laptop, or just put it in the bank. This is why it's important to buy quality parts to begin with, I think - your longevity is fantastic if you do your work right the first time.
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Honestly I've used this kit with multiple Ryzen builds and never had an issue getting to XMP rated speeds. Amazing kit for this price
Thanks for the reply. I ended up going with a Team T-Force Delta kit for 60 bucks using a Newegg welcome code.

3200mhz, 16-18-18-38 latency with RGB that syncs with Polychrome so I think I did well choosing that one.
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Thanks for the reply. I ended up going with a Team T-Force Delta kit for 60 bucks using a Newegg welcome code.

3200mhz, 16-18-18-38 latency with RGB that syncs with Polychrome so I think I did well choosing that one.
Link please?

I dont know which one to go for?
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Thanks for the reply. I ended up going with a Team T-Force Delta kit for 60 bucks using a Newegg welcome code.

3200mhz, 16-18-18-38 latency with RGB that syncs with Polychrome so I think I did well choosing that one.
That's a other great kit. Awesome!
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Link please?

I dont know which one to go for?
https://www.newegg.com/team-16gb-...6820331284

I got a 10 dollar off code for signing up for a new account.
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https://www.newegg.com/team-16gb-...6820331284

I got a 10 dollar off code for signing up for a new account.
Seems better spec than this one. Thanks did you get the code right away after signup ?
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Seems better spec than this one. Thanks did you get the code right away after signup ?
Mine was emailed immediately after signing up. And thankfully so since I was worried the set would sell out haha
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Does 16g vs 32gb affect gaming at all?
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