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Bring me one of those 8200 kits back from the program. I’m interested too.
The 8200 2x24 kits might be a good alternative if the 8000 2x16 kits are difficult or impossible to find. 👍
WooHoo! Congrats Sir Braegnok! 🤣
8600MT/s coming right up!
I didn't get any of the street vender 8200 kits, too pricy and no return policy, or warranty option. 😕
You can still buy the 2x16GB 8000, 7800 TG kits on Newegg.
I don't think we will see any new 2x16GB 8000, or 8200 kits,.. looks like 2x24GB is going to be the new standard for high frequency memory ICs.
I'll be fine with my 7200, 7600 kits,.. will work on 8000, 8200 OC with very tight timings. 😋
The new Z5 RGB, Z5 Royal 8200 2x24GB kits will be out soon,.. and other venders will follow releasing 8200 kits in the US. Good times ahead,..
Never used Team Group. How are they compared to GSkill?
I have three TG DDR5 kits, they will generally have tighter primary's, lower voltage, and often have different PMICs then G.SKILL kit the same frequency. There is no QVL for Team Group above 5600 MT/s for Z790 Apex on TG site.
I have the 5600, 7200, and 7600 2x16GB kits they work just fine in Z690, X670E systems.
Just PSA. There's a new Nvidia driver out today. 535.98. Wasn't expecting that so soon.
From the Seasonic Computex 2023 booth, no new fanless PSUs. ☹️
Running (2) of the TX-700 - still current and rock solid.
Have one 3months in service and another 2years 3months in service.
Noctua beer cooler made with Noctua fans and heatsinks. A real product not simply for show.
Which means it will be available for purchase in about 6years - cuz Noctua. 🙄
Look for it on the RoadMap. 🙄
edit: beer cooler NOT going to be a real product after all.