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What's the normal price?
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Planning on starting my first build, probably with a Ryzen 5 3600, GTX 2060 Super and waiting on b550 MB to come out, should I buy these or wait?
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Does anyone know what chips are in these? Hynix CJR?
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Does anyone know what chips are in these? Hynix CJR?
Module Size: 8 GBytes
Memory Type: DDR4 SDRAM
Module Type: Unbuffered DIMM (UDIMM)
Memory Speed: 1200.5 MHz (DDR4-2400 / PC4-19200)
Module Manufacturer: Team Group
Module Part Number: TEAMGROUP-UD4-3200
Module Manufacturing Location: 0
SDRAM Manufacturer: SK Hynix
Error Check/Correction: None
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Planning on starting my first build, probably with a Ryzen 5 3600, GTX 2060 Super and waiting on b550 MB to come out, should I buy these or wait?
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I would wait if you can, the new B550 boards will be on sale soon and will be more future proof.
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I would wait if you can, the new B550 boards will be on sale soon and will be more future proof.
That's what I'm thinking, I was just wondering since this is just the RAM just buy it and save it
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I would wait if you can, the new B550 boards will be on sale soon and will be more future proof.
B550 should work with this RAM. Even the X570 would probably work well with this RAM. Why wait?
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what's the normal price?
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Module Size: 8 GBytes
Memory Type: DDR4 SDRAM
Module Type: Unbuffered DIMM (UDIMM)
Memory Speed: 1200.5 MHz (DDR4-2400 / PC4-19200)
Module Manufacturer: Team Group
Module Part Number: TEAMGROUP-UD4-3200
Module Manufacturing Location: 0
SDRAM Manufacturer: SK Hynix
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Thanks, I was more specifically looking for which IC's they were.

Hynix CJR is supposed to be decent mid-level RAM. I've got it in some of my Corsair RAM and have been pretty happy with it.
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Planning on starting my first build, probably with a Ryzen 5 3600, GTX 2060 Super and waiting on b550 MB to come out, should I buy these or wait?
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b550 will be more money. b450 mobo after bios update will work just fine. Also, unless you are over clocking, you won't notice much difference.

pcie gen 4 on b550 although much faster on paper, in real life, you can't tell.
GTX 2060 won't be worth the money, when ampere gpu drops in sept ish.

if you want b550. get it in july (launches in june, but no one will ship until july), but i would really wait for nvda ampere series. use a cheap video card until then.

also, you want 3600 ram. cpu works better with 3600. unless you fix the latency issue with lower freq ram. then it evens out
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b550 will be more money. b450 mobo after bios update will work just fine. Also, unless you are over clocking, you won't notice much difference.

pcie gen 4 on b550 although much faster on paper, in real life, you can't tell.
GTX 2060 won't be worth the money, when ampere gpu drops in sept ish.

if you want b550. get it in july (launches in june, but no one will ship until july), but i would really wait for nvda ampere series. use a cheap video card until then.

also, you want 3600 ram. cpu works better with 3600. unless you fix the latency issue with lower freq ram. then it evens out
Any recommendations on a cheap descent GPU?
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Any recommendations on a cheap descent GPU?
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GPU market is hosed because there isn't enough competition from AMD.

On a budget I'm gonna guess a 1650 super is probably the right sweet spot? Maybe a 1660 (non ti?)
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Any recommendations on a cheap descent GPU?
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i think he meant use whatever GPU you have for now, not buying a new cheap GPU
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Any recommendations on a cheap descent GPU?
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i'm bias to nvda over amd, and I also don't game much. occasionally hon.dota on my surface book 2

these are 4-5 years old, but if you are 1080 gaming they should be fine. 4k gaming. you need the big boys

nvda gtx 970

on AMD side.
RX 570 or 580 seem safe to me.
all of these used should be 50-90

keep in mind. NVDA Ampere price hasn't been announced.
low end, 300-400. mid 600-800 high 1000-1200 is what people are guessing.

good luck with your build.
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