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Team Group Vulcan T-Force 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 C16 3000MHz Memory Kit £98.69 at Overclockers
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Team Group Vulcan T-Force 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 C16 3000MHz Memory Kit £98.69 at Overclockers

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Refreshed 18th Dec 2019 (Posted 15th Dec 2019)Edited by:"Tacavas"

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The wait is over, under £100 for 32GB, enjoy
Specification:
- CPU Compatibility: Intel Skylake/Kabylake & Kabylake-X
- Chipset: Intel Z170/Z270/X299 & 350/370 Ryzen
- Capacity: 32GB (16GBx2)
- Dual Channel kit: Yes
- Tested Speed: DDR4-3000 MHz (PC4-24000)
- Tested Latency: 16-18-18-38
- Tested Voltage: 1.25-1.35V
- Registered/Unbuffered: Unbuffered
- Error Checking: Non-ECC
- Type: 288-pin UDIMM
- SPD Voltage: 1.2V
- Warranty: Lifetime
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Great price, I would suggest anyone who is tempted by this check their rig will be appropriate for it. I’d throw your components into pcpartpicker.com and it will do the hard work for you with working out compatibility.
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Wow! That's the first time I've seen 32Gb under £100. Voted hot ,thanks OP.
You can also get the 2x 16GB Corsair Vengeance 3000MHz for less than £100 from Amazon.de.
Only gripe is its c16 at 3000mhz
Diolusion15/12/2019 19:48

CL16* Cas latency


Didn't realise until I googled it. Thank you
Great price, I would suggest anyone who is tempted by this check their rig will be appropriate for it. I’d throw your components into pcpartpicker.com and it will do the hard work for you with working out compatibility.
Quite a decent price, however if you're gaming you may as well save £40 and just go for 16GB, there wouldn't be any extra gaming performance with 32GB ram.
Caught a silver flamedeer thanks ♥
dam .. i paid twice that in march
TRIGGER4715/12/2019 21:29

dam .. i paid twice that in march


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I paid x3 that in July 2018. Back when Samsung/Micron were playing naughty naughty price collusion games.
Edited by: "techniques" 15th Dec 2019
techniques15/12/2019 21:42

[Image] I paid x3 that in July 2018. Back when Samsung/Micron were being …[Image] I paid x3 that in July 2018. Back when Samsung/Micron were being playing naughty naughty price collusion games.


Daaaamn
techniques15/12/2019 21:42

[Image] I paid x3 that in July 2018. Back when Samsung/Micron were playing …[Image] I paid x3 that in July 2018. Back when Samsung/Micron were playing naughty naughty price collusion games.


I know, it's so unfair, I purchased Intel i9 9900K few months before the AMD revolution
TRIGGER4715/12/2019 22:02

I know, it's so unfair, I purchased Intel i9 9900K few months before the …I know, it's so unfair, I purchased Intel i9 9900K few months before the AMD revolution


Ouch. Mind if I ask what price you paid when you bought it? That CPU is floating around £400 used. £480 will get you its AMD equivalent (3900x). New.
TRIGGER4715/12/2019 22:02

I know, it's so unfair, I purchased Intel i9 9900K few months before the …I know, it's so unfair, I purchased Intel i9 9900K few months before the AMD revolution


The 9900K is still the king of gaming
Shrekt15/12/2019 20:27

Quite a decent price, however if you're gaming you may as well save £40 …Quite a decent price, however if you're gaming you may as well save £40 and just go for 16GB, there wouldn't be any extra gaming performance with 32GB ram.


Half Life: Alyx requires a minimum of 12GB. 16GB is starting to look a little tight. I’d go for 32GB whilst prices are good.
TRIGGER4715/12/2019 22:02

I know, it's so unfair, I purchased Intel i9 9900K few months before the …I know, it's so unfair, I purchased Intel i9 9900K few months before the AMD revolution



i just bought a 9900k, the fastest gaming processor on the market, what's unfair about that?
idontbyte15/12/2019 23:40

i just bought a 9900k, the fastest gaming processor on the market, what's …i just bought a 9900k, the fastest gaming processor on the market, what's unfair about that?


Jsut the AMD are so much better overall and the MBs are cooler Pci express 4 etc. More cores.. I have intel since AMD K6 in the late 90s, the Intel core range was unbeatable but since ryzen 3000 AMD is just way better pound for pound
techniques15/12/2019 21:42

[Image] I paid x3 that in July 2018. Back when Samsung/Micron were playing …[Image] I paid x3 that in July 2018. Back when Samsung/Micron were playing naughty naughty price collusion games.


I think I used up all of my luck for the rest of my life when I won an auction on 32GB/3000/CL16 in March last year for £190.

Plugged it in expecting some sort of scam considering it was half the going rate and any sane seller would have just relisted, but nope, absolutely mint condition still in box. It even turned out it had been incorrectly listed and was CL15 too!

Glad to see that prices are finally coming back to what they were before all of this madness!
Edited by: "dfunked" 16th Dec 2019
Great price for ram, I use this in all my customer builds!
I was hovering however it has gone up £20.... which i think is probably a good thing
Undoubtedly a great price, so heat for a good post OP.

If you are considering this however, ask yourself this question:
"Do i know, from experience, that 16GB is not enough?"

As suggested above, if you dont know that you need it, then you dont need it.

Best to either save the cost difference, or spend it on faster speed / lower latency etc.
TRIGGER4715/12/2019 23:46

Jsut the AMD are so much better overall and the MBs are cooler Pci express …Jsut the AMD are so much better overall and the MBs are cooler Pci express 4 etc. More cores.. I have intel since AMD K6 in the late 90s, the Intel core range was unbeatable but since ryzen 3000 AMD is just way better pound for pound


Those aren't the reasons people should buy Ryzen 3000... there is no reason anyone except professional video editors etc currently need PCIE4, and increased core counts doesn't equate to better performance necessarily. AMD is much better value compared to the 9900K, but the 9900K does not get beaten by any of AMD's offerings in gaming
IT.Troll15/12/2019 23:15

Half Life: Alyx requires a minimum of 12GB. 16GB is starting to look a …Half Life: Alyx requires a minimum of 12GB. 16GB is starting to look a little tight. I’d go for 32GB whilst prices are good.


It's amazing how people on here are saying stick with 16gb.

A few month s ago they were saying 8gb is more than enough.

Many games out there need 10+ now and then there are the apps you have in the background too.
That being said, I'd avoid this ram. It's 2400mhz overclocked.
I'm more pondering 32gb or 64gb.
shows as £89.99 for me so the price might need updating
Qq12121217/12/2019 07:49

It's 2400mhz overclocked.


What makes you think it's already overclocked?

Oh, price down to £89.99 now.
freddy1218/12/2019 17:23

shows as £89.99 for me so the price might need updating


+delivery charge
me_lee18/12/2019 17:28

What makes you think it's already overclocked?Oh, price down to £89.99 now.


You need to overxlock it to get said speeds
Qq12121218/12/2019 19:14

You need to overxlock it to get said speeds


What? Are you being serious? Can you explain in detail please as surely they can't advertise something in this way.
Qq12121218/12/2019 19:14

You need to overxlock it to get said speeds


Are you sure you aren't confusing the 24000 in the description with the 3000 rated speed?

The two are related (24000 divided by 8clck = 3000) so this is DDR4-3000.
me_lee18/12/2019 20:31

Are you sure you aren't confusing the 24000 in the description with the …Are you sure you aren't confusing the 24000 in the description with the 3000 rated speed?The two are related (24000 divided by 8clck = 3000) so this is DDR4-3000.


I thought it was nonsense but I didn't have the time to triple check. Cheers
The urge to build a new PC is getting unbearable
bazery19/12/2019 13:45

The urge to build a new PC is getting unbearable


I got a case so far
Tacavas19/12/2019 16:31

I got a case so far


I have a processor... and lots of stuff in my Amazon basket
Shrekt16/12/2019 18:57

Those aren't the reasons people should buy Ryzen 3000... there is no …Those aren't the reasons people should buy Ryzen 3000... there is no reason anyone except professional video editors etc currently need PCIE4, and increased core counts doesn't equate to better performance necessarily. AMD is much better value compared to the 9900K, but the 9900K does not get beaten by any of AMD's offerings in gaming


Very few people do nothing but game on their PC just about any productivity process will be faster with AMD here.

Even if just gaming if you're streaming at the same time again AMD benefits.

Future proofing Windows has gotten much better at handling cores & demand on cores is only going one way.

No one's saying the i9 is suddenly a bad choice or poor value BUT if you're building from scratch right now the best bang per buck is Ryzen bar none and it's only going to get better also Intel doesn't have a PCI Express 4 Chipset if they ever bother on top AMD has more lanes too so double whammy.

LTT did a quick round up on this in the ok ast day or so it's worth a watch
Rich4419/12/2019 18:21

Very few people do nothing but game on their PC just about any …Very few people do nothing but game on their PC just about any productivity process will be faster with AMD here.Even if just gaming if you're streaming at the same time again AMD benefits.Future proofing Windows has gotten much better at handling cores & demand on cores is only going one way.No one's saying the i9 is suddenly a bad choice or poor value BUT if you're building from scratch right now the best bang per buck is Ryzen bar none and it's only going to get better also Intel doesn't have a PCI Express 4 Chipset if they ever bother on top AMD has more lanes too so double whammy.LTT did a quick round up on this in the ok ast day or so it's worth a watch


The i9 IS bad value, its only 8-10% faster than an R7 3700X in gaming but when you have paid for a Z390 board that will run it reliably (instead of a B450 fatality k4 or m.s.i. tomahawk board) and a cooler that will handle it, it is about 75% dearer.
So unless all you do is very high refresh rate gaming with an RTX 2080 T.I. you might as well buy the ryzen chip. Its more than 10% faster at most other tasks.
Edited by: "joe_shmoe" 19th Dec 2019
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