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    Team Group XCalibur RGB 16GB DDR4-3600 (TF5D416G3600HC18EDC01)

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    Re: Team Group XCalibur RGB 16GB DDR4-3600 (TF5D416G3600HC18EDC01)

    Bit puzzled why you'd test this on Intel 8xxx series which isn't really known for benefiting from fast RAM (except perhaps for integrated gfx) rather than on Ryzen which can really benefit (according to previous AMD press releases etc). Doubly so for inegrated graphics models.

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    Re: Team Group XCalibur RGB 16GB DDR4-3600 (TF5D416G3600HC18EDC01)

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    Do be aware that speed isn't everything, however.
    I would rather pay for speed than RGBling I won't see.

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    Re: Team Group XCalibur RGB 16GB DDR4-3600 (TF5D416G3600HC18EDC01)

    Quote Originally Posted by Irien View Post
    Bit puzzled why you'd test this on Intel 8xxx series which isn't really known for benefiting from fast RAM (except perhaps for integrated gfx) rather than on Ryzen which can really benefit (according to previous AMD press releases etc). Doubly so for inegrated graphics models.
    I reckon that most people who opt for a Ryzen IGP-equipped platform won't be running fast, expensive RAM. It's a case of reviewing the memory in the right build context, and given that the 8xxx range continues to sell well, it made sense to look at it on that.

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