Ballistix Tactical 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR3 1866 MT/s (PC3-14900) UDIMM 240-Pin Memory - BLT2CP8G3D1869DT1TX0CEU £52.63 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Ballistix Tactical 16GB Kit (8GBx2) DDR3 1866 MT/s (PC3-14900) UDIMM 240-Pin Memory - BLT2CP8G3D1869DT1TX0CEU £52.63 @ Amazon

£52.63 @ Amazon
Decent price for 16GB kit. - Designed for performance enthusiasts, gamers and power users - XMP profile for enhanced speeds and timings - Custom heat spreader - High quality DRAM - Compatible w… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Decent price for 16GB kit.

- Designed for performance enthusiasts, gamers and power users
- XMP profile for enhanced speeds and timings
- Custom heat spreader
- High quality DRAM
- Compatible with the latest platforms from Intel and AMD
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
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8 Likes #1
Heat heat heat :)

http://i570.photobucket.com/albums/ss142/dragon4uin/image_zps61yavsfc.gif~original

Time to throw away my old system which is running slower than my phone.



Edited By: vassy4u on Dec 06, 2016 23:49: .
1 Like #2
Memory day. Heat added.

Edited By: QuickProfits on Dec 06, 2016 23:34
1 Like #3
Thanks Frank !!!
#4
Heat!
3 Likes #5
Hot hot hot, heat added :3
#6
REALLY cheap, HEEEEEEEEEAT!!!

And bought, feeling guilty now, I want it, but dont want to max out the CC.oO

Edited By: Gentle_Giant on Dec 07, 2016 00:06: Just because
1 Like #7
I can still remember when it was £40 per MB.
3 Likes #8
"Ballistix Tactical.."

Really? I mean come on, it's PC RAM :{
1 Like #9
Argh, just bought 16GB (2x8GB) of DDR3 1600Mhz Corsair Vengeance for £90 yesterday
#10
schnide
"Ballistix Tactical.."
Really? I mean come on, it's PC RAM :{

perhaps, but its low profile, slim, thin, heat-sinked , cool yellow colour, and also Fast! (not to mention cheap)
#11
Crazy Heat ! thanks. although, I actually saw it and bought it before I saw this, but that was just chance. in fact I ordered it and for some reason was so delayed and clicked on product specs to check it was the correct purchase and saw a low price. Just what I needed for a time when my 4 year old ram has failed and in time for crimbo!

Though, I am concerned it may not fit in my tight system. Asus mobo with cpu right next to the slots :/
#12
To clarify, this is 1866Mhz right? because I read on some question there was concern that the mt's means that the mhz are cut in half and thus could they be 933mhz each, making them half as slow as the ram I have in place ?
#13
knowitall5
To clarify, this is 1866Mhz right? because I read on some question there was concern that the mt's means that the mhz are cut in half and thus could they be 933mhz each, making them half as slow as the ram I have in place ?

Are you trolling, you asked exactly the same question a few hours ago in another thread about DDR3 RAM (which I answered).
#14
What's with all the RAM. I just bought some 1600mhz ram for £40 from Amazon last week and now there's slightly faster ones appearing

Still want some 2400mhz ram though
#15
Reminds me of Kodak film for old cameras.
#16
Question guys. I'm buying components for my first ever pc one by one. Is it okay to buy the ram before deciding which motherboard to get?
1 Like #17
neiiilers
Question guys. I'm buying components for my first ever pc one by one. Is it okay to buy the ram before deciding which motherboard to get?
not if youre getting a mobo that needs ddr4
#18
They have shipped mine, to arrive tomorrow...

Edited By: png666 on Dec 07, 2016 05:43
#19
any good ram for macbook pro mid ,2012?
#20
hot as the place you go if you're naughty! :)
#21
Great price for this, since most other kits are about £80 atm.
#22
knowitall5
To clarify, this is 1866Mhz right? because I read on some question there was concern that the mt's means that the mhz are cut in half and thus could they be 933mhz each, making them half as slow as the ram I have in place ?
It clearly says PC3-14900 which is 1,866MHz or take 10 seconds and search for the part number and look at the manufacturer's website:
http://www.crucial.com/usa/en/blt2kit8g3d1869dt1tx0
#23
Nice find op, heat added :)
#24
Come on DDR-4 offers, where art thou.
#25
It is now out of stock, although it is still letting you order at this price. I have ordered some, just need to hope that they fulfill the order when more stock comes in.
#26
Rabmac1
It is now out of stock, although it is still letting you order at this price. I have ordered some, just need to hope that they fulfill the order when more stock comes in.


Same here, worth a punt. Not desperate so if it doesn't get fulfilled - no harm, no foul.
#27
mk8
Come on DDR-4 offers, where art thou.
2017
#28
v GOOD .. would have got this if I didnt already have my 8gbx2400mhz for 40 .. no lites tho so can't really be that fast..
#29
I am upgrading my PC currently. And have picked a motherboard that will support DDR4. I was looking at getting DDR4 3000mhz for £90. Is it worth getting the DDR4 or should I just go with this?
#30
SamboH
I am upgrading my PC currently. And have picked a motherboard that will support DDR4. I was looking at getting DDR4 3000mhz for £90. Is it worth getting the DDR4 or should I just go with this?
Some motherboards support DDR3 & DDR4, so you will need to check what your motherboard supports. If it only supports DDR4, then this RAM is useless for you.
#31
Can i stick this in with the two sticks of Corsair Vengeance 1866Mhz 2x8 DDR3? Thanks.
#32
Rabmac1
SamboH
I am upgrading my PC currently. And have picked a motherboard that will support DDR4. I was looking at getting DDR4 3000mhz for £90. Is it worth getting the DDR4 or should I just go with this?
Some motherboards support DDR3 & DDR4, so you will need to check what your motherboard supports. If it only supports DDR4, then this RAM is useless for you.
It does support DDR4 but my question is. Is the extra worth the ddr4 or not. Is DDR4 a big boost
#33
I just managed to put an order in before they took the option away. I doubt they'll restock :'(

Worth a try though.
#34
For information, my order has now shipped at this price, so anyone else who went for it should check their Amazon order status...
#35
I got mine a few weeks ago.

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