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TEAMGROUP T-Force Zeus DDR4 64GB Kit (2 x 32GB) 3000MHz (PC4 24000) CL16 Desktop Gaming Memory Module Ram - TTZD464G3000HC16CDC01
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10????? Why?????
I'd assume he's a builder.
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Lifetime warranty? Wow.

Anyone know how this brand ranks against Corsair, G skill and crucial?
They are extremely popular as they have kept their prices very competitive during this entire pandemic and are great performing RAM.
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I'm looking at the 64gb. What's the difference between 3000MHz C16 and 3200MHz C20? I haven't built a pc in a few years.
I'll most likely be buying a ryzen 7 3700x or comparable i7 or an i9.
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For ryzen... rule of thumb... older ryzen best (gain for the money) speed is 3200... then pick lowest cas.

For the new ryzen 5000 series, 3600... then pick the lowest cas.

Really not benefit much if you go higher. Negative when hitting 4000 or higher most of the time.
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Any significant difference between this (3000MHz, C16) and the 3200MHz, C20 on an i5-8600K?
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Weird this isn't getting more love. Is there a more cost efficient kit for a Ryzen 5 3600?

edit: I bought some, but I see now that the voltage is high on these sticks.
Where did you see the voltage? Can you let me know how high it is? Thanks in advance.
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I pity the fool that don't buy T-Force RAM!
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would it be better to wait for a 3200 or 3600 speed memory.... ? or is this 3000 fine for most games/applications?
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Do you think it's gonna be cheaper this coming Cyber Monday?
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would it be better to wait for a 3200 or 3600 speed memory.... ? or is this 3000 fine for most games/applications?
Just looked at it looks like it's worth waiting if you're going to get a zen 3
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Everyone knows RGB increases system performance, this kit doesn't, so I guess I will pass. Laugh
But seriously tho, getting 3600mhz ones should be a little bit better as shown in zen 3 benchmarks.
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its been a while since i build/upgraded a PC too. I just bought this iBuyPower PC https://www.bestbuy.com/site/ibuy...Id=6436829

The RAM it comes with is a 2666MHz DDR4. If I buy either of these RAM kits it should still work with the PC's motherboard right? Probably would just run a slower clock speed than 3000MHz though right?

I feel stupid asking this question, I work in IT, I should know this ,lol.
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Remember back in 2018 when this shit was like $500???
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I'm looking at the 64gb. What's the difference between 3000MHz C16 and 3200MHz C20? I haven't built a pc in a few years.
I'll most likely be buying a ryzen 7 3700x or comparable i7 or an i9.
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Buy the Ryzen 5600x you be alot happier.
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its been a while since i build/upgraded a PC too. I just bought this iBuyPower PC https://www.bestbuy.com/site/ibuy...Id=6436829

The RAM it comes with is a 2666MHz DDR4. If I buy either of these RAM kits it should still work with the PC's motherboard right? Probably would just run a slower clock speed than 3000MHz though right?

I feel stupid asking this question, I work in IT, I should know this ,lol.
Intel locks their budget chipsets to 2666, so these will work and just run at the slower speed.
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Quote from Jerry_03 :
its been a while since i build/upgraded a PC too. I just bought this iBuyPower PC https://www.bestbuy.com/site/ibuy...Id=6436829

The RAM it comes with is a 2666MHz DDR4. If I buy either of these RAM kits it should still work with the PC's motherboard right? Probably would just run a slower clock speed than 3000MHz though right?

I feel stupid asking this question, I work in IT, I should know this ,lol.

Always check with your motherboard manufacturers website for compatibility; there is usually a section in Support called RAM/Memory QVL. You need to consider latency and voltage as well as the speed.
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