Adata XPG Z1 8GB DDR4 2400 MHz Ram - £70.72 @ Amazon
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Adata XPG Z1 8GB DDR4 2400 MHz Ram - £70.72 @ Amazon

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Found 5th May
I think this is the cheapest 8gb ddr4 ram that look decent.
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Has anyone had any expereince of using this speed ddr4 with a ryzen 5 intergrated graphics setup?
Never heard of the make, any good?
Edited by: "Av5ingh" 5th May
Av5ingh9 m ago

Never heard of the make, any good?


I've been using this for the last 8 months and I've had no problems
They have HyperX FURY DDR4 8 GB RAM 2133 MHz CL14 available to order at Amazon for £63.60. If you haven't used the £10 promo credit for topping up £40 in store then it is £53.60, I ordered 2 on separate accounts using the same promo.
whopaysrrp1 h, 26 m ago

Has anyone had any expereince of using this speed ddr4 with a ryzen 5 …Has anyone had any expereince of using this speed ddr4 with a ryzen 5 intergrated graphics setup?


This wont be really that suitable for the new ryzen apu's (2200g and 2400g) as they, even more than normal ryzen chips, need fast ram (around 3000mhz or more) and these wont overclock with good timings and voltages to that level. Check overclockers at the moment for their teamgroup 3000 mhz ram which is nearly as cheap (especially if buying 16gb). The other issue with this is if you only plan on one ram stick then performance really does dramatically decrease over two sticks or more
Simon_E2 h, 33 m ago

This wont be really that suitable for the new ryzen apu's (2200g and …This wont be really that suitable for the new ryzen apu's (2200g and 2400g) as they, even more than normal ryzen chips, need fast ram (around 3000mhz or more) and these wont overclock with good timings and voltages to that level. Check overclockers at the moment for their teamgroup 3000 mhz ram which is nearly as cheap (especially if buying 16gb). The other issue with this is if you only plan on one ram stick then performance really does dramatically decrease over two sticks or more



the last part of your post makes no sense...
It does make sense, just not worded great - he's saying,
The performance of one stick is dramatically less than the performance of two sticks.
So one 8g stick is not as good as two 4g sticks
Synesok37 m ago

It does make sense, just not worded great - he's saying,The performance of …It does make sense, just not worded great - he's saying,The performance of one stick is dramatically less than the performance of two sticks.So one 8g stick is not as good as two 4g sticks



lol proves my point, he actually says the opposite of what you claim in quite plain English
"performance really does dramatically decrease over two sticks or more" but...... then he is using that to qualify the statement

"The other issue with this is if you only plan on one ram stick"

hence it makes no sense....
Have these running on a z370 with series 8 Intel and they run at 3000 mhz quite readily. A data are a long standing reliable brand. I know its pot luck but for me they were brilliant value for performance.
I got the 16gb for 90 a couple of months ago while making my first pc. Link (not in stock at the mo):
hotukdeals.com/dea…479

Adata is great ram for the price. Had never heard of them but running smooth so far, considering how much ddr4 costs at the moment.
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