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ADATA XPG Flame DDR4 PC RAM Memory Modules

ADATA XPG Flame DDR4 PC RAM Memory Modules

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Is it compatible with i7 laptops? 
Ianb9
its not SO-DIMM so not for laptops.
@redblade93 thoughts? Also, do you have a steam account or something we could chat a little more effectively on? Then we could possibly meet up on games and stuff like that if you're interested
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yeah I cant find you at all
ok maybe I found you
Very sad. Bought 2 16GB 2400 Corsair sticks from Amazon recently for $199. This is STILL expensive since 2 years ago I bought 2 similar sticks for $149. I await the day ram prices drop back to their old price.
This is a horrid deal. $59 for a single 8 Gb stick of 2400mHz RAM is terrible right now.
Abolsultely not a deal. Plenty of other memory out there.
Anyone else with delayed shipping?
Are they b-die?
I know nothing about computers and am trying to build my first one. That being said I only play one game (league of legends) and some stuff for work. I am also on a budget. But would this work for my application
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ALM1
It would work yes, but it's overkill, especially for League. If you are building a ryzen pc, the extra speeds may be worth it, otherwise save your money and stick with 2400mhz RAM.
ALM1
If you don't know much about computers I would look up the model# of your system. If it's a laptop it probably uses so-dimm modules and these won't work . Depending on the age of your system it will more than likely use DDR4 or DDR3. It's better to use a matched pair of modules that you purchase in a kit to run in dual channel mode.
if I go 16gb is it gonna be 2 - 8 gb or 1 -16gb?
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Like I already said you have no idea what you're talking about and trying to rely on an old out of date LTT video is truly pathetic. Have you never heard of Ryzen? Things have changed since 2013.
Kbs666
I am using intel though.
These will work on Ryzen correct? (Mobo ASUS B350 PLUS)
RootPC
Yes. For Ryzen, you might want to think about getting the faster speed variants since slower ram impacts performance more on AMD.
RootPC
These have Hynix chips on them, for Ryzen look for Samsung chips, those overclock better.
They aren't publishing their timings, at least from looking for a minute on their website. Unless you can get reliable timing #s on these, be careful.
whatsnewpussycat
Latency: (2,400MHz) CL 16-16-16; (2,666MHz) CL 16-16-16, CL 19-19-19; (3,000MHz) CL 18-18-18. Not great, really was looking for cl14 myself at 3200
SaltyFKer
These are pretty bad even at this low end price. Only CPU i'd pair it with is with intel CPUs below 7600(k)/8600(k). That said, Adata does source some samsung b-die ram into their sticks but its a crapshoot whether you'll get one (and in which case it wont do 3200-14-14 but like 3200-16-16). If using AMD its a HARD AVOID. Getting a cheapie 3200 16-18 kit from a different manufacturer would be a lot better if top tier ram is out-of-budget.
Does anyone know if this would work with Aorus Gaming 7 Z370? I'll be running Coffee Lake 8700K. I just joined the drop for 16 GB 3000mhz. Planning on OC'ing the crap with this
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chsouksa
Should be Fine. Don't forget to get a nice CPU cooler to compliment that CPU if you plan on overclocking.
Is there anyway to get a two stick bundle deal to drop?
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How much ram you looking to get for your comp? My suggestion would be to check out pcpartpicker(dot)com Also if you have a ryzen cpu I would suggest checking your MoBo qvl list.
BATTLESTAR999
Yeah i used pcpartpicker for my build actually and ty for the ref to the other site ill deff check it out x3 also i was planning to get two ripjaw 8gb sticks but i saw this and was really interested to bad theres no option for a cheapish two pack Q,..,Q