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TEAMGROUP T-Force Zeus DDR4 32GB Kit (2x 16GB) 3000MHz CL16 $143.73 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU

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As my search for a good but cheap 32Gb DDR4 RAM continues, I found this. I'm still holding for hopefully something slightly better at a similar price point.

Found the product spec here teamgroupinc.com/en
DDR4 3000Mhz CL16-18-18-38 1.35V

Item is from Amazon US, so delivery times are probably a bit longer.

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  • -1 vote

    Snail ram

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      I'm looking at getting new ram.. Considering you said its snail ram, what should I be looking at for ram? CL18's?

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        Lower CL, Higher Frequency and Ideally B-Die.

        Though I am tempted to put this on my Server/NAS - though keen to see if 32gb is going to get lower

      • +2 votes

        Generally mhz is proportional to latency (lower is better). So the faster the ram (good) the higher the latency (bad). For a given speed, you can get some ram that will have lower latency just costs you more.

        If you're doing an Intel build, get whatever you can afford. For an amd build, id generally say nothing less than 3200mhz, or maybe this. This is only "a bit slow" but great if you need bulk ram (video editing, virtual machines, etc).

        Euro gamer has some good metrics on ram impact:
        https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2020-08-22...

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          I have a AMD 3600X itx system. I thought going over 3200mhz doesn't really make a difference..

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            @RenVilo: 3600MHz for Zen2 is the optimal,

            I recall Zen2 infinity fabric could handle somewhere around 3750MHz but very little performance uplift over mostly available 3600MHz speed

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    T-Force Vulcan Z 3200MHz DDR4 RAM isn't bad at $159 +Delivery.
    Or the same Ram is available on AmazonAU for Red - $164.87 or Grey - $166.48 which might be cheaper for you if you have Prime for Free Delivery.

  • +1 vote

    When buying RAM you'll need to consider how much you need, what system it's going into, your budget, what stores you can buy from, time frame for delivery…
    The deal I've posted is 3000Mhz 32gb C16 for $143.73. This is probably the slowest you would want to put with a Ryzen system.
    Other 32Gb kits can be found under $200, upto speeds of 3200Mhz C16 and 3600Mhz C18.
    When trying to get 3600Mhz C16, you start paying quite a bit extra for that small difference in performance. Probably worth it for a bigger budget system, or if you know how to overclock it; but not worth it for lower budget builds. Really not going to get much extra performance from 3600c16 compared to 3600c18…

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    I am new to RAM and PC parts. When they said life time warranty, does that mean we do not need to have the receipt to get the warranty with manufacturer or it is still going through the seller that we purchased from ? (need your opinion to buy used RAM)

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      I've never actually done any warranty claims on RAM (or many other PC parts for that matter), so I probably won't be able to help much… what brand are you thinking of buying? Different companies might have different conditions in their warranties.
      I don't know whether or not you would have to prove purchase receipt in order to claim warranty or not…

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        I have not got any vendor in mind yet. I am thinking of getting RAM, mobo and CPU but not sure should get used or new.

        • +1 vote

          In my limited experience, those items are usually fine used (make sure mobo has io shield, make sure CPU doesn't have any bent pins, make sure they aren't really old or heavily abused/OC to extreme…). But it's always risk/reward. How much are you saving to get used? If its a lot, then its probably worth the risk. If you aren't saving much; then maybe buy new?
          Next couple weeks is probably the best time to buy new…