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Kingston HyperX FURY 32GB DDR4 2400MHz Kit @ morecomputers £171.72

£171.72 @ more computers
A per the SSD deal I posted, needed some RAM for a build, and just saw this, which has to be some of the cheapest DDR4 RAM in this configuration available. I've actually used this RAM before, and i… Read More
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2m, 5d agoFound 2 months, 5 days ago
A per the SSD deal I posted, needed some RAM for a build, and just saw this, which has to be some of the cheapest DDR4 RAM in this configuration available.

I've actually used this RAM before, and it was happy to run at 3200MHz at 1.35v, but your mileage may vary, depending on what chips Kingston have put on the batch you receive.

If you don't need all 32GB (4x 8GB) then you could maybe split it with someone else who only needs 16GB too, for only £86ish, it's a good deal.

Oh, free 5 day delivery as well. :)

EDIT: Kikatek also have it for £170.63, but can't see free delivery option so could end up costing more.
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2m, 5d agoFound 2 months, 5 days ago
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1 Like #1
Jesus, when did RAM prices shoot up, hadn't even noticed?
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BIGUSHEADUS
Jesus, when did RAM prices shoot up, hadn't even noticed?

They have been going up since around Nov/Dec '16 or a little bit before even, global supply and demand issues, they are predicting it will calm down by Q3, and prices may start to fall by Q1 '18.
#3
Don't know how these ADATA RAM compare with this but they're 11 quid cheaper


Edited By: idyllicrobzy on May 15, 2017 23:55
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#5
idyllicrobzy
Don't know how these ADATA RAM compare with this but they're 11 quid cheaper

The 16GB (2x 8GB) isn't in stock and is nearly £80, and the 32GB one says 1-2 months, I have two systems to build this week. :)
#6
TehJumpingJawa

Nice prices, except I need 8GB sticks, and the one that has those says 1-2 months for delivery.
#7
Don't bother if you're building a Ryzen system.

Stick to 2x8GB (16GB max if you want 3200 speed) single sided DIMMs.
#8
The_Hoff
Don't bother if you're building a Ryzen system.
Stick to 2x8GB (16GB max if you want 3200 speed) single sided DIMMs.

Indeed, if anyone is buying these for Ryzen then that is wise advice for now, or at least until we see what AGESA 1.0.0.6 brings.
I've finished the three Ryzen build's I had to do, these are for two Intel systems, so not too worried about any potential compatibility issues. :)

Edited By: Uncommon.Sense on May 16, 2017 09:11
#9
Bit off topic but does any know where I can get a good bundle for the following:

CPU
i7-7700k

MoBo
270 board with M.2/4x RAM slots and has to be mATX

Cooler
240mm Liquid Cooler

RAM
32GB Kit

As mentioned above, the price of RAM is pushing this well about £800 :-(
Also hoping for the i7 to drop as the i9 specs came out recently.

Edited By: jai47 on May 16, 2017 10:21
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jai47
Bit off topic but does any know where I can get a good bundle for the following:
CPU
i7-7700k
Cheapest in the UK is from Aria £299.94 - Link HERE!
MoBo
270 board with M.2/4x RAM slots and has to be mATX
Asrock Intel Z270M Pro4 Kaby Lake Micro ATX Motherboard, can be had for £107.48 - Link HERE!
Cooler
240mm Liquid Cooler
Cheap as chips 240mm cooler - Cooler Master Seidon 240V AIO Liquid CPU Cooler £45.99 Link HERE!
RAM
32GB Kit
As mentioned above, the price of RAM is pushing this well about £800 :-(


See my comments in your post/quoted, board is decent for not a lot of cash, not too sure about the pedigree of the cooler though. :)

EDIT:
If you think the cooler is too pants, then you can get the Corsair H100i V2 for £92.34 - HERE! is it worth double the cost, I'm not sure.

Edited By: Uncommon.Sense on May 16, 2017 10:33
#11
My PC is actually worth more than what I paid in 2015!!oO
#12
Uncommon.Sense
jai47
Bit off topic but does any know where I can get a good bundle for the following:
CPU
i7-7700k
Cheapest in the UK is from Aria £299.94 - Link HERE!
MoBo
270 board with M.2/4x RAM slots and has to be mATX
Asrock Intel Z270M Pro4 Kaby Lake Micro ATX Motherboard, can be had for £107.48 - Link HERE!
Cooler
240mm Liquid Cooler
Cheap as chips 240mm cooler - Cooler Master Seidon 240V AIO Liquid CPU Cooler £45.99 Link HERE!
RAM
32GB Kit
As mentioned above, the price of RAM is pushing this well about £800 :-(
See my comments in your post/quoted, board is decent for not a lot of cash, not too sure about the pedigree of the cooler though. :)
EDIT:
If you think the cooler is too pants, then you can get the Corsair H100i V2 for £92.34 - HERE! is it worth double the cost, I'm not sure.

Fab, thanks for the links :-)
#13
Gone up to £273.47 now oO

£183.73 on Amazon - With Prime access

Edited By: jai47 on May 17, 2017 09:30
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jai47
Gone up to £273.47 now oO
£183.73 on Amazon - With Prime access

Yap, this is what happens if you wait on a good deal :)

Average price for a 2x8GB kit of decent DDR4 RAM is about £115-130, so getting 32GB for £171 was always going to vanish fast, just glad I got mine ordered.

EDIT: Novatech also have the RAM at £186.35

Edited By: Uncommon.Sense on May 17, 2017 09:38

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