Team Vulcan 32GB DDR4 - 3000 memory - Overclockers for £248.99
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Team Vulcan 32GB DDR4 - 3000 memory - Overclockers for £248.99

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Edited by:"TomJacobs93"Found 27th Nov
£257.69 with P+P

Cheap DDR4-3000 RAM.

Price of RAM is obviously at an all-time high right now, but this is a good price in this current market for DDR4-3000.

Lifetime Warranty

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£257.69 when you factor in shipping. still a 'good' price in the current market

Good price right now but wow, RAM has got expensive!

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I am finding out the hard way, the current rise in GPU and RAM prices as I am stating my first ever PC build. Snagged the 1070 Asus for £350 and this may be the answer to my RAM.

how do they compare to crucial or corsair ?
I bought these ones amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1 a couple of days ago (259£) .

Which ones do you think are better ?
I understand these ones are 3000mhz and the ones i bough are 2666 but my cpu has this on their specs :

Memory Types - DDR4-2133/2400, DDR3L-1333/1600 @ 1.35V
Edited by: "sqlguerrilla" 27th Nov

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sqlguerrilla10 m ago

how do they compare to crucial or corsair ?I bought these ones …how do they compare to crucial or corsair ?I bought these ones https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01EI5Z5Y8/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 a couple of days ago (259£) .Which ones do you think are better ? I understand these ones are 3000mhz and the ones i bough are 2666 but my cpu has this on their specs :Memory Types - DDR4-2133/2400, DDR3L-1333/1600 @ 1.35V


I honestly have no idea, new to it myself. Trying to find out more about this Ram before I order as its more than affordable for what I am after.

Can anyone help

TomJacobs9320 h, 16 m ago

I honestly have no idea, new to it myself. Trying to find out more about …I honestly have no idea, new to it myself. Trying to find out more about this Ram before I order as its more than affordable for what I am after. Can anyone help


Team ram has a good rep. I bought 16gb of this for use with Ryzen 5 & ASUS STRIX motherboard. With a bios update I've got it running at a stable 3000mhz.

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LagunaLoire29 m ago

Team ram has a good rep. I bought 16gb of this for use with Ryzen 5 & ASUS …Team ram has a good rep. I bought 16gb of this for use with Ryzen 5 & ASUS STRIX motherboard. With a bios update I've got it running at a stable 3000mhz.

Thanks! Found some really good reviews for it online, so went ahead and ordered. 32gb probably overkill for me, but at the price it was worth doing, in case I get more into video editing

i bought this ram a month ago sort of regret it as the timings arnt great and i cant get it to boot on 3000mhz or 2933mhz so have to run it at 2900 instead is cheap tho

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Confuzz1 h, 21 m ago

i bought this ram a month ago sort of regret it as the timings arnt great …i bought this ram a month ago sort of regret it as the timings arnt great and i cant get it to boot on 3000mhz or 2933mhz so have to run it at 2900 instead is cheap tho


Hoping to get the 3000 out of it, reviews I’ve read suggest that it does the 3000 as advertised, so it’s shame that you have had inferior experience. Even at 2900 it’s cheap though as you say

Personally I would go for this one if you have enough space to accommodate the heatsinks: overclockers.co.uk/tea…tml

Bigger savings as it's £9 cheaper now but more expensive without the offer. I'm still trying to figure out if there are other differences between the RAM apart from heatsinks and LEDs. The description on the manufacturer's web site suggest it may be slightly different design. The specification looks exactly the same though.
Edited by: "czajunia" 28th Nov

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