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32gb DDR4 (4*8) HyperX Fury 2133 cl14 Ram £153.14 Delivered BT Shop

£153.14 @ BT Shop
Seems like an excellent price for ram, works out at just over £38 per 8gb. Read More
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Seems like an excellent price for ram, works out at just over £38 per 8gb.
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#1
Excellent price, but that's irrelevant as the order is unlikely to be fulfilled.
#2
Agreed. I think I've had about 3 or 4 orders from BT cancelled to the point that I just can't be bothered with them. Cheers for posting anyway.
#3
Probably a wild goose chase anyway, but isn't DDR4 2133 very low these days? The only thing which might not suffer from that speed are the Intel quad-channel LGA2011 CPUs as Skylake, Kabylake, and Ryzen really want faster DDR4.
Mind you, it might be overclockable I guess:
I am at 3200 MHz under 1.28 V as C15 17 17 28 with my (4 x 4GB) Kingston HyperX Fury (C14 2133 MHz), no sweat.
from:
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-3093043/hyperx-fury-ddr4-2133-question.html
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Gkains
Probably a wild goose chase anyway, but isn't DDR4 2133 very low these days? The only thing which might not suffer from that speed are the Intel quad-channel LGA2011 CPUs as Skylake, Kabylake, and Ryzen really want faster DDR4.
Mind you, it might be overclockable I guess:
I am at 3200 MHz under 1.28 V as C15 17 17 28 with my (4 x 4GB) Kingston HyperX Fury (C14 2133 MHz), no sweat.
from:http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-3093043/hyperx-fury-ddr4-2133-question.html

Skylake only has support for DDR4-2133.

Kaby Lake and Ryzen are only guaranteed to support DDR4-2400 at maximum, so there's hardly any difference. That's assuming these are single rank sticks, if they're dual rank Ryzen support drops down to DDR4-2133.

You might get lucky and have a CPU that supports higher speeds with stability though.

Although very few applications are limited by memory bandwidth, so for a lot of things it makes no difference.
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EndlessWaves
Although very few applications are limited by memory bandwidth, so for a lot of things it makes no difference.
Hey, don't we all archive files all day?
No, guess not!
That is, what people constantly go on about when talking about quad-channel Intel HEDT chips though. And subsequently, you had people talking about not being interested in Ryzen before the release because it only is dual channel rather than waiting for benchmarks (where it actually doesn't to as well at archiving as Intel HEDT).
Official Kabylake DDR4 support might only be DDR4-2400 but plenty of people praise its gaming performance at 3200 or higher. And it does appear to be more than RAM companies sponsorship:
http://www.techspot.com/articles-info/1171/bench/Fallout.png
Source: http://www.techspot.com/article/1171-ddr4-4000-mhz-performance/page3.html
Now, to be fair that is Fallout4 and a quick look shows that no other game scaled anything remotely like the +24% between 2400 and 4000 (app wise their custom Photoshop and Handbrake did show +42% though). Basically, Fallout4 like Bethesda's TES games uses a very broken engine but it does respond to memory clocks.
Likewise, I think people have had good results with Ryzen and 3200 when they can get it running especially for gaming as the CCX's (Infinity Fabric) seems to based on the RAM clock.

Edited By: Gkains on Mar 20, 2017 13:04
#6
i am genuinely surprised the ram speeds affected fps so much as shown in the graph above!

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