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If you're looking for a nice memory ugrade, Newegg has Team Vulcan 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000) on sale for $60 bucks

DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000)
Timing 15-15-15-35
Cas Latency 15
Voltage 1.35V

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Thanks for posting the RAM deal. I've been hoping to see more of these posted so that I have a wider catalog to choose from, but so far I haven't see any RAM with a delay of less than 10 nanoseconds (the CAS latency divided by the clock speed in MHz should be less than .005 for this to happen. For this RAM, the delay is exactly 10 ns). I've also been looking for RAM module in multiples of 16 GB, so either a single 16 GB stick or a 2 x 16 GB 32 GB kit, but this deal is a nice backup in case I don't find what I'm looking for or get tired of waiting for parts to go on sale (it's been over two months since I purchased my first PC component on this build, which is also my first build), so thank you for posting.
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Quote from hamirmahal View Post :
Thanks for posting the RAM deal. I've been hoping to see more of these posted so that I have a wider catalog to choose from, but so far I haven't see any RAM with a delay of less than 10 nanoseconds (the CAS latency divided by the clock speed in MHz should be less than .005 for this to happen. For this RAM, the delay is exactly 10 ns). I've also been looking for RAM module in multiples of 16 GB, so either a single 16 GB stick or a 2 x 16 GB 32 GB kit, but this deal is a nice backup in case I don't find what I'm looking for or get tired of waiting for parts to go on sale (it's been over two months since I purchased my first PC component on this build, which is also my first build), so thank you for posting.
Originally, I bought Corsair Vengeance 3200MHz for $90. But I can't get it to work at 3200 in my ASRock Extreme4 Z170. So this is $30 bucks cheaper. I only need to wait for a future BIOS update.
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Originally, I bought Corsair Vengeance 3200MHz for $90. But I can't get it to work at 3200 in my ASRock Extreme4 Z170. So this is $30 bucks cheaper. I only need to wait for a future BIOS update.
Really, not even on the Extreme4 Z170? I figured those were ideal for higher-clock speed RAM, and the product page on Newegg even boasts a max memory clock speed of 3866+ MHz: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...-_-Product. It's weird that you have trouble with just 3200 MHz, although that is a lot. Oh, well. As long as the build works with the new memory, I suppose. How is the motherboard? A 3-egg average from 33 people isn't too high, but I learned a while back that motherboard reviews are all, in general, about a star or egg lower than reviews for most other products.
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Really, not even on the Extreme4 Z170? I figured those were ideal for higher-clock speed RAM, and the product page on Newegg even boasts a max memory clock speed of 3866+ MHz: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...-_-Product [newegg.com]. It's weird that you have trouble with just 3200 MHz, although that is a lot. Oh, well. As long as the build works with the new memory, I suppose. How is the motherboard? A 3-egg average from 33 people isn't too high, but I learned a while back that motherboard reviews are all, in general, about a star or egg lower than reviews for most other products.
This MB is awesome for the price. I bought it from Micro Center last week on sale for $135 (minus $30 bundled with i5 6600K, minus $30 MIR). So it was a great deal. I tried to OC using XMP, but it doesn't work for me with 3 different stick (Corsair Veg 3000, 3200 and G.Skill Rip V 3200). I haven't tried manual OC yet. But I guess it's possible. I've searched a lot and it seems like it's a common problem across MB with Z170 chipset. Some work, some don't.
So this memory while cheap, give me an option to OC once BIOS supports it.
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Really, not even on the Extreme4 Z170? I figured those were ideal for higher-clock speed RAM, and the product page on Newegg even boasts a max memory clock speed of 3866+ MHz: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...-_-Product [newegg.com]. It's weird that you have trouble with just 3200 MHz, although that is a lot. Oh, well. As long as the build works with the new memory, I suppose. How is the motherboard? A 3-egg average from 33 people isn't too high, but I learned a while back that motherboard reviews are all, in general, about a star or egg lower than reviews for most other products.
Remember it's also dependent about the IMC which gets annoying also.

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This MB is awesome for the price. I bought it from Micro Center last week on sale for $135 (minus $30 bundled with i5 6600K, minus $30 MIR). So it was a great deal. I tried to OC using XMP, but it doesn't work for me with 3 different stick (Corsair Veg 3000, 3200 and G.Skill Rip V 3200). I haven't tried manual OC yet. But I guess it's possible. I've searched a lot and it seems like it's a common problem across MB with Z170 chipset. Some work, some don't.
So this memory while cheap, give me an option to OC once BIOS supports it.
what if you use the 125mhz strap?
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Remember it's also dependent about the IMC which gets annoying also.


what if you use the 125mhz strap?
I haven't tried it. I'm pretty noob with OC. My old Z77 Extreme4 died, but I couldn't find any cheap replacement. So I decided to upgrade MB, CPU and memory (couldn't use old DDR3 sticks).
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I haven't tried it. I'm pretty noob with OC. My old Z77 Extreme4 died, but I couldn't find any cheap replacement. So I decided to upgrade MB, CPU and memory (couldn't use old DDR3 sticks).
I'm thinking once you give the IMC more volts, you should be able to stabilize it.
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This MB is awesome for the price. I bought it from Micro Center last week on sale for $135 (minus $30 bundled with i5 6600K, minus $30 MIR). So it was a great deal. I tried to OC using XMP, but it doesn't work for me with 3 different stick (Corsair Veg 3000, 3200 and G.Skill Rip V 3200). I haven't tried manual OC yet. But I guess it's possible. I've searched a lot and it seems like it's a common problem across MB with Z170 chipset. Some work, some don't.
So this memory while cheap, give me an option to OC once BIOS supports it.
Awesome, glad this memory will help you to overclock your motherboard.
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Remember it's also dependent about the IMC which gets annoying also.


what if you use the 125mhz strap?
Sorry, I'm not familiar with IMC. Individual memory chip? If that's something I have to look out for when searching through RAM deals, thanks for the heads up. I hope I get lucky and get a good set of RAM (meaning not dead-on-arrival) when I finally find one I like and purchase it.
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Pretty decent deal. The same kit was $53.99 in Mid-July with a one-day 10% off coupon... but Newegg's memory prices have been creeping up lately.

Fry's has a 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) Patriot Viper 4 DDR4-3000 Desktop Memory Kit for $56.99 AR, but that is CL16.
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Awesome, glad this memory will help you to overclock your motherboard.

Sorry, I'm not familiar with IMC. Individual memory chip? If that's something I have to look out for when searching through RAM deals, thanks for the heads up. I hope I get lucky and get a good set of RAM (meaning not dead-on-arrival) when I finally find one I like and purchase it.
Integrated memory controller, newer Intel CPU have the memory controller inside the die hence why it can vary depending on your chip
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Integrated memory controller, newer Intel CPU have the memory controller inside the die hence why it can vary depending on your chip
Ah, I see. Thank you for the clarification. I hope my CPU has a functional, high-performing integrated memory controller
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It is $54 shipped at Jet.com with TRIPLE15 code. Ordered it yesterday.

https://jet.com/product/Team-Vulc...5e234308c1
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It's coming tomorrow. So I will report results.
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Does it work on dell xps 8900? I run cpu-z on it. It shows the current module is DDR4-2132, 1.2v 15-15-15-36 or 16-15-15-36 at 1066MHz.

The main concern would be the voltage. This one shows 1.35v. The Fry's DDR4 deal(Patriot) show 1.35v too, but in the description it is 1.2v. I am confused.

I only want to expand 16GB(2x8) on my pc and don't really mind the CAS as long as they are compatible.
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