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Ballistix Elite 8 GB Kit (4 GB x 2) DDR4 2666 - Amazon £49.60

£49.60 @ Amazon
Decent price IMO at the moment for DDR4 RAM. Has been cheaper but does me just now. To max out performance in the final days of DDR3 technology, you needed the right processor, the right motherboa… Read More
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
Decent price IMO at the moment for DDR4 RAM. Has been cheaper but does me just now.

To max out performance in the final days of DDR3 technology, you needed the right processor, the right motherboard, a PhD in overclocking, and the willingness to surrender everything in your wallet. Not anymore. Ballistix Elite DDR4 memory cracks the DDR3 performance limit and debuts at 2666 MT/s – and that’s just getting started. Feed your multi-cores and draw upon some of the fastest speeds and bandwidths available.
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Actually there is no such thing as a PHD in overclocking, as overclocking would come under the science remit. Therefore it would rightfully be an MSC in overclocking
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GwanGy
Actually there is no such thing as a PHD in overclocking, as overclocking would come under the science remit. Therefore it would rightfully be an MSC in overclocking
No, you can do scientific PhDs. You'd probably need some sort of master's degree as a prerequisite, though - like an MSc, for example!

Even then, I've always thought of overclocking as more of an art. ;)
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Even loosing dual-channel, I'd rather buy 1 x 8GB if I was on a budget where 16GB now wasn't possible.
4GB DIMMs are just too limiting even on a four slot board.
#4
hi
i have i5 7500 which supports max ddr4 at 2400mhz. if i put this ram will it work with my cpu? i know it will be bottlenecked at 2400mhz but it will be a bit more future proof. i have just bought 2X4gb 2133mhz for 60 quid. please help!! if it will be okay with my cpu it will save me 10 quid. i can still cancel me order with amazon. they haven't dispatched yet.
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Gkains
Even loosing dual-channel, I'd rather buy 1 x 8GB if I was on a budget where 16GB now wasn't possible.
4GB DIMMs are just too limiting even on a four slot board.


True. This may be a better option for some - https://www.amazon.co.uk/ADATA-DDR4-2400-Memory-Modules-x/dp/B01M0QPJ6O
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suchitmehta7
hi
i have i5 7500 which supports max ddr4 at 2400mhz. if i put this ram will it work with my cpu? i know it will be bottlenecked at 2400mhz but it will be a bit more future proof. i have just bought 2X4gb 2133mhz for 60 quid. please help!! if it will be okay with my cpu it will save me 10 quid. i can still cancel me order with amazon. they haven't dispatched yet.


Yes, will work fine
#7
I don't suppose anyone has a time machine handy? 13th April 2016 - Ballistix Elite 16 GB (8 GB x 2) DDR4 2666 - Amazon £71.47 :(
2 Likes #8
Crazy prices for ram...8 months ago 8 GB (2x4) hyper x fury £28... Now around £66!!!!!

Edited By: utopiangames on Mar 13, 2017 17:58: Edit
#9
I paid £38 for corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB (2x4GB) DDR4 3000Mhz at the end of november todays prices are ridiculous
#10
I bought the 32gb kit not long back for £103 so doesn't seem a very good price to me.

https://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00RCGJPUQ/amazon-new.png?force=1&desired=true&legend=0&ilt=1&tp=all&zero=0&fo=1&h=286&w=588&lang=en

Edited By: polly69 on Mar 13, 2017 21:09
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polly69
I bought the 32gb kit not long back for £103 so doesn't seem a very good price to me.https://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00RCGJPUQ/amazon-new.png?force=1&desired=true&legend=0&ilt=1&tp=all&zero=0&fo=1&h=286&w=588&lang=en

The OP did say it's been a better price but at today's prices, you won't get much better
#12
Anyone know if these are single or dual rank?
#13
GwanGy
Actually there is no such thing as a PHD in overclocking, as overclocking would come under the science remit. Therefore it would rightfully be an MSC in overclocking


If you're going to comment, at least think before you do so please. That is such a stupid thing to say. PHD s in science don't exist....hahaha

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