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    Team Group T-Force Dark Pro DDR4-3466

    Built for second-gen Ryzen.
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    Re: Team Group T-Force Dark Pro DDR4-3466

    only £210... is it me or is a £1k decent gaming machine to last 5years now a pipe dream?

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    Re: Team Group T-Force Dark Pro DDR4-3466

    Great memory... If you have money to waste and spend your days running synthetic benchmarks.

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    Re: Team Group T-Force Dark Pro DDR4-3466

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    only £210... is it me or is a £1k decent gaming machine to last 5years now a pipe dream?
    Was always tight I reckon... but has been helped a tad by gfx cards not really forging ahead that much so you can hold onto older cards a little longer
    Old puter - still good enuff till I save some pennies!

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    Re: Team Group T-Force Dark Pro DDR4-3466

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    Was always tight I reckon... but has been helped a tad by gfx cards not really forging ahead that much so you can hold onto older cards a little longer
    I built my machine for under £1k in 2010. only upgraded last year to bigger SSDs, an i7 CPU (2nd hand) and more RAM last year. Fancy that, changing a CPU to something better while keeping a fully working mobo??? Intel. Cough. Nudge nudge.

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    Re: Team Group T-Force Dark Pro DDR4-3466

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    I built my machine for under £1k in 2010. only upgraded last year to bigger SSDs, an i7 CPU (2nd hand) and more RAM last year. Fancy that, changing a CPU to something better while keeping a fully working mobo??? Intel. Cough. Nudge nudge.
    But.... I've still got my old Xeon X5645 and a Radeon R9 270X but I doubt that it would be what most people call a gaming system.
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    Re: Team Group T-Force Dark Pro DDR4-3466

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    But.... I've still got my old Xeon X5645 and a Radeon R9 270X but I doubt that it would be what most people call a gaming system.
    no, what I mean is at the time I built it, it was a reasonable-good gaming system and was ok for 3 years, and passable up to 5 years. It's no good for modern titles, I'm not claiming that. Now to get that kind of predicted life from a new build from scratch I don't think you could do it for £1k. Cat5th may know better though...

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    Re: Team Group T-Force Dark Pro DDR4-3466

    Aye that's the thing... I knew what you meant but a new build gaming system for £1k isn't doable unless you have a compromise somewhere
    But 5 years ago - you could.... just
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    Re: Team Group T-Force Dark Pro DDR4-3466

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    Aye that's the thing... I knew what you meant but a new build gaming system for £1k isn't doable unless you have a compromise somewhere
    But 5 years ago - you could.... just
    aren't we saying the same thing then?

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    Re: Team Group T-Force Dark Pro DDR4-3466

    Kinda - I meant the cpu lol
    To be fair I've just made a real mess of explaining myself....
    I'll just get another coffee don't mind me
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    Re: Team Group T-Force Dark Pro DDR4-3466

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    Aye that's the thing... I knew what you meant but a new build gaming system for £1k isn't doable unless you have a compromise somewhere
    But 5 years ago - you could.... just
    The increase in GPU prices and RAM prices has made it a bit harder now.
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    Re: Team Group T-Force Dark Pro DDR4-3466

    I Have the 3200 version of TeamGroups ddr4 and it Overclocks to 3466 @ 14-14-14-31 timings on my Ryzen 2700x with 1.4v so perhaps there is little to no difference 3200 kits and the 3466 kits except being factory overclocked + a higher pricetag.

    I have tried to get 3600 stable but just isnt possible on my ryzen2700x I can boot to windows but it crashes soon after attempting any stress test.

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    Re: Team Group T-Force Dark Pro DDR4-3466

    I have the 8-Pack branded version of the Team Dark Pro 3200 speed kit.

    Samsung B Die, CL14, and (at the time) a lot cheaper than this one.
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    Re: Team Group T-Force Dark Pro DDR4-3466

    I will be upgrading to 2700x from 1700x.For me 200euros on top is worth it for those 10% gain in performance and to be able to overclock ram.

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