XPG by ADATA Z1 DDR4 2800MHz (PC4 22400) 16GB (4GBx4) Memory Modules, Red - £89.92 @ Amazon (Prime exclusive)
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XPG by ADATA Z1 DDR4 2800MHz (PC4 22400) 16GB (4GBx4) Memory Modules, Red - £89.92 @ Amazon (Prime exclusive)

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LocalFound 24th Sep 2017Edited by:"edgecutter"
Some cheap DDR4 Ram at 2800MHZ. Not in stock at the moment, but worth waiting for at this price.

ADATA XPG Z1 DDR4 overclocking memory is designed as the ultimate upgrade for overclockers, enthusiasts, and gamers thanks to remarkable performance and power efficiency. Even with speeds of up to 2800MHz and a transfer bandwidth reaching up to 22GB/s, XPG Z1 consumes 20% less power when compared to DDR3. Utilizing Thermal Conductive Technology and 10-layer PCB with 2oz of copper, XPG Z1 provides excellent cooling performance as well as great stability, whether during the most intense gaming action or when going for new overclocking benchmark milestones.
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Nooo i voted cold by accident how do I change my vote?
UberPark43 m ago

Nooo i voted cold by accident how do I change my vote?


Stand up and spin anti-clockwise 12 times whilst reciting the lords prayer backwards and drinking flat Tango from a brown shoe at the same time
DrJogalog1 h, 3 m ago

Stand up and spin anti-clockwise 12 times whilst reciting the lords prayer …Stand up and spin anti-clockwise 12 times whilst reciting the lords prayer backwards and drinking flat Tango from a brown shoe at the same time

Hey man, that only works on the app
UberPark2 h, 47 m ago

Nooo i voted cold by accident how do I change my vote?

Your vote will be heavily missed my friend
I ordered this a few weeks ago and it's been dispatched, arriving on wednesday. I'm building a ryzen5 1600 with either a rx580 or a gtx1060 (still deciding and waiting for the preorders on the rx580). Is this price worth it for the memory or should I wait for black friday ?(I'm probably building the pc in december, not earlier than that).
UberPark4 h, 45 m ago

Nooo i voted cold by accident how do I change my vote?

I only voted hot because you accidentally voted cold and so the universe balanced again
shu1232 h, 3 m ago

Your vote will be heavily missed my friend

I know?! Why?! Please a mod or anyone change my vote! Or else!
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Any negative to using 4 sticks over 2
Nope. Am using these thought I was the only one who got lucky
I'm using the 3000mhz version (2x16gb) of these in my new Ryzen build. they work perfectly at 2400 but get random blue screens at 2933mhz. Overall I recommend them.
UberPark10 h, 52 m ago

Nooo i voted cold by accident how do I change my vote?


Please delete your account immediately :-/
sync_emi7 h, 50 m ago

I ordered this a few weeks ago and it's been dispatched, arriving on …I ordered this a few weeks ago and it's been dispatched, arriving on wednesday. I'm building a ryzen5 1600 with either a rx580 or a gtx1060 (still deciding and waiting for the preorders on the rx580). Is this price worth it for the memory or should I wait for black friday ?(I'm probably building the pc in december, not earlier than that).


I'm in exactly the same boat. Same build. I'm taking the plunge, as it's the only set of ram at a semi decent price. Checking the price trends and a few reports it doesn't seem ram.prices are going to slow over the next few months. Only small issue is the manual for the Asus prime b350 I'm using, states that MB doesn't seem to support 2800 so I have went for the 2400, both sets are out of stock though
Hannibalateam24 m ago

I'm in exactly the same boat. Same build. I'm taking the plunge, as it's …I'm in exactly the same boat. Same build. I'm taking the plunge, as it's the only set of ram at a semi decent price. Checking the price trends and a few reports it doesn't seem ram.prices are going to slow over the next few months. Only small issue is the manual for the Asus prime b350 I'm using, states that MB doesn't seem to support 2800 so I have went for the 2400, both sets are out of stock though


My B350 only supports 2400, but I got 2 of these (4gb, 2800) and they work great at 2400. well happy with em. They were out of stock when I ordered them but they came in about a week, maybe I was just lucky. Good buy I reckon, my two 4gb ones cost £51 on sale.
Edited by: "1gratefulgraham" 25th Sep 2017
1gratefulgraham23 m ago

My B350 only supports 2400, but I got 2 of these (4gb, 2800) and they …My B350 only supports 2400, but I got 2 of these (4gb, 2800) and they work great at 2400. well happy with em. They were out of stock when I ordered them but they came in about a week, maybe I was just lucky. Good buy I reckon, my two 4gb ones cost £51 on sale.


Eh? Just OC the multiplier on top of using the 2400 strap.

With regards to compatibility with Ryzen, personally I'd only ever recommend using 2 sticks ideally of single ranked DIMMs.

More sticks = more stress on the IMC of your CPU which in terms threatens stability of your OC if you're pushing your system.

4x4 of this type will run OK at 2400 but if you're hoping for 3000ish with looser timings you'll not get close.

Get 2x 3200 sticks (G.Skill ideally) and you'll be able to get 3200-3466mhz quite easily.
1gratefulgraham1 h, 51 m ago

My B350 only supports 2400, but I got 2 of these (4gb, 2800) and they …My B350 only supports 2400, but I got 2 of these (4gb, 2800) and they work great at 2400. well happy with em. They were out of stock when I ordered them but they came in about a week, maybe I was just lucky. Good buy I reckon, my two 4gb ones cost £51 on sale.


Thanks for clearing that up. I thought it strange that all other speeds below and above were supported but not 2800.
I've already purchased 16Gb of 2400mhz RAM for an upcoming Ryzen build. Is there a significant speed improvement in bumping up to 2800Mhz memory?
The_Hoff4 h, 2 m ago

Eh? Just OC the multiplier on top of using the 2400 strap.With regards to …Eh? Just OC the multiplier on top of using the 2400 strap.With regards to compatibility with Ryzen, personally I'd only ever recommend using 2 sticks ideally of single ranked DIMMs.More sticks = more stress on the IMC of your CPU which in terms threatens stability of your OC if you're pushing your system.4x4 of this type will run OK at 2400 but if you're hoping for 3000ish with looser timings you'll not get close.Get 2x 3200 sticks (G.Skill ideally) and you'll be able to get 3200-3466mhz quite easily.


Cool info.... I am diy noob, my first build, hence not sure about overclocking yet.
what is the cl on these
NIIICE!
Joshm749 h, 6 m ago

I've already purchased 16Gb of 2400mhz RAM for an upcoming Ryzen build. Is …I've already purchased 16Gb of 2400mhz RAM for an upcoming Ryzen build. Is there a significant speed improvement in bumping up to 2800Mhz memory?


Ryzen does seem to benifit from faster ram with 3200mhz being the sweet spot
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