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Ballistix Sport LT Gray 32GB Kit (2 x 16GB) DDR4-3200 UDIMM £140.83 Delivered @ Crucial
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Ballistix Sport LT Gray 32GB Kit (2 x 16GB) DDR4-3200 UDIMM £140.83 Delivered @ Crucial

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Posted 19th Jul

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Decent price here for the DDR4 RAM.

Description
Designed for performance enthusiasts, gamers, and anyone who simply wants to get more out of their system, Ballistix Sport LT DDR4 memory helps you do just that. Give your processor the resources it needs to perform and make your computer faster and more responsive.

Product Highlights
  • Speeds start at 2400 MT/s
  • Faster speeds and responsiveness than standard DDR4 memory
  • Ideal for gamers and performance enthusiasts
  • Multi-channel memory architecture maximizes data rates
  • Digital camo heat spreader available in white, gray and red
  • Easy plug-and-play installation
  • Intel® XMP 2.0 profiles for easy configuration
  • AMD® Ryzen™ Ready
  • Optimized for the latest Intel 300 Series platforms
  • Limited lifetime warranty

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How'd this run with a 3700x for productivity - editing etc?
Godsnafu19/07/2019 11:42

How'd this run with a 3700x for productivity - editing etc?


Great
Thanks grabbed it before prices skyrocketed back due to South Korea and Japan chemicals supply disagreement.
Edited by: "jordantr" 19th Jul
Godsnafu19/07/2019 11:42

How'd this run with a 3700x for productivity - editing etc?


Amazing, got the red ones when they were also on sale and I'm using it with my 3600. Mine overclocks to 3600MHz with stock timings (c16) and voltage (1.35v), passes memtest
Thanks for the post. Just ordered a set for an upcoming Ryzen build. I originally bought the 3600 C18 from Corsair (4 x 8GB) but if Temi states it's possible to OC these to 3600 C16 then I'll return the Corsair
What sort of motherboard and processor would you guys recommend to match this with. Used to regularly update my PC when younger however been 10 years since I updated now and my Intel i7 920 is starting to shows it's age. I changed my WD raptor to a SSD which helped but figure I should just update the job lot so looking at these ryzen 5 3600x or 7 3700x. Mainly used for work to be honest now as don't do as much gaming as I used to. Almost not overly fussed on budget these days compared to when I was younger.
satty8324/07/2019 04:49

What sort of motherboard and processor would you guys recommend to match …What sort of motherboard and processor would you guys recommend to match this with. Used to regularly update my PC when younger however been 10 years since I updated now and my Intel i7 920 is starting to shows it's age. I changed my WD raptor to a SSD which helped but figure I should just update the job lot so looking at these ryzen 5 3600x or 7 3700x. Mainly used for work to be honest now as don't do as much gaming as I used to. Almost not overly fussed on budget these days compared to when I was younger.


If a 3700X CPU was the max you wanted to use, A half decent B450/X470 board would do wonders. Something like the Taichi.
michty_me24/07/2019 06:55

If a 3700X CPU was the max you wanted to use, A half decent B450/X470 …If a 3700X CPU was the max you wanted to use, A half decent B450/X470 board would do wonders. Something like the Taichi.


Great Thanks. Is it worth going for x570 to help with future proofing.
satty8324/07/2019 09:58

Great Thanks. Is it worth going for x570 to help with future proofing.


Possibly.
My plan was to get the X570 Taichi equipped with a 3700X then drop in a 3900X or even a 4xxx processor once they release assuming they will be on the AM4 platform.
My systems usually last me a long time, My current one is about 8 years old currently.

I did order a X570 Taichi (On here) but have since cancelled it as I think I want to wait until the BIOS and niggling release bugs are ironed out. Hopefully by then the prices will drop a little too or i'll find a good deal on here.
Price has now increased back to £157.19 inc. VAT
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