[Amazon.de] HyperX FURY 32GB (4x8GB) 2133MHz DDR4 CL14 £156
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[Amazon.de] HyperX FURY 32GB (4x8GB) 2133MHz DDR4 CL14 £156

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Found 14th Aug 2017Edited by:"NenoDealHunter"
Might've already been posted, but couldn't find anything myself here so here it is.
Personally, I think it's a great offer.
It's a beauty for the price.

**The only problem here for someone may be the time when it ships, as it's said to ship within 3 to 5 weeks.

***Also, if you're planning to get this for your Ryzen build, keep in mind that you'll only be able to put 2x8gb sticks. You can resell those
The full kit *should* work with Thread Ripper as that line up supports Quad Channel memory.


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    For ryzen you'll want 3200mhz or as fast as you can afford as I've been reading it runs better with faster ram speeds. I'm after some myself rgb mind you that's on the qvl for my 1800x build but hyper x is good stuff got some of the savage in my current build ddr3
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    B3aver1 h, 55 m ago

    For ryzen you'll want 3200mhz or as fast as you can afford as I've been …For ryzen you'll want 3200mhz or as fast as you can afford as I've been reading it runs better with faster ram speeds. I'm after some myself rgb mind you that's on the qvl for my 1800x build but hyper x is good stuff got some of the savage in my current build ddr3




    That is very true. Ryzen for some reason LOVES faster RAM speeds. Although, they surely do come at higher prices.
    You might also want to go for 2800mhz and OC it, due to possible motherboard limitations.
    Why only 2x8Gb sticks for Ryzen Build? Heat for price by the way!
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    madmikeyb8312 m ago

    Why only 2x8Gb sticks for Ryzen Build? Heat for price by the way!


    Ryzen CPUs only support Dual Channel memory, unlike their big bro Thread Ripper that allowed the use of Quad Channel memory kits. If you get this RAM I recommend either building another rig *Kappa* or just reselling them. You can get your money back easily by just reselling the 2x8gb sticks.
    NenoDealHunter24 m ago

    Ryzen CPUs only support Dual Channel memory, unlike their big bro Thread …Ryzen CPUs only support Dual Channel memory, unlike their big bro Thread Ripper that allowed the use of Quad Channel memory kits. If you get this RAM I recommend either building another rig *Kappa* or just reselling them. You can get your money back easily by just reselling the 2x8gb sticks.



    Ehhh....what am I missing.
    Dual channel only means it will run the 4 sticks as 2 channels of 16GB rather than the faster 4 channels of 8GB.
    You can still use the whole 32GB kit if you like. Especially as most AM4 boards take 4 DIMMS and support 64GB or RAM.

    That's been the case since Core2Duo hit the scene.
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    Oneday7710 m ago

    Ehhh....what am I missing.Dual channel only means it will run the 4 sticks …Ehhh....what am I missing.Dual channel only means it will run the 4 sticks as 2 channels of 16GB rather than the faster 4 channels of 8GB.You can still use the whole 32GB kit if you like. Especially as most AM4 boards take 4 DIMMS and support 64GB or RAM.That's been the case since Core2Duo hit the scene.


    My bad then, but in any way you won't get the potential of Quad Channel memory. Also, I haven't seen lots of B350 motherboards have 4 slots, although if you're getting this for Ryzen, you should have an X370 motherboard.
    Slow. Really slow.
    Avoid if using Ryzen, as said, fast RAM is important for Ryzen.
    4 sticks work fine wither Ryzen provided you have 4 slots on your mobo. Dual or Quad channel doesn't effect how many sticks you can use. Slots does.

    Good price though, just with the big speed caveat.
    Edited by: "Minstadave" 14th Aug 2017
    NenoDealHunter2 h, 37 m ago

    My bad then, but in any way you won't get the potential of Quad Channel …My bad then, but in any way you won't get the potential of Quad Channel memory. Also, I haven't seen lots of B350 motherboards have 4 slots, although if you're getting this for Ryzen, you should have an X370 motherboard.


    Are you just giving out wrong information for fun?

    Why should anyone get an x370 board? B350 is fine for I guess 99% of users.
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    Horrorwood29 m ago

    Are you just giving out wrong information for fun?Why should anyone get an …Are you just giving out wrong information for fun?Why should anyone get an x370 board? B350 is fine for I guess 99% of users.


    X370 boards are better quality and provide some features b350 don't. Also, looking at this ram, not a lot of b350 motherboards have 4 ram slots. They're fine, there's nothing wrong.
    Anyone got this to oc?
    NenoDealHunter1 h, 36 m ago

    X370 boards are better quality and provide some features b350 don't. Also, …X370 boards are better quality and provide some features b350 don't. Also, looking at this ram, not a lot of b350 motherboards have 4 ram slots. They're fine, there's nothing wrong.


    Like what? B350 is fine for most users and have been proven to be best value it has all the important feature like overclocking and me slot plus loads of b350 boards have 4 slots.

    Next you'll be recommending the X version over the non X right?
    cigbunt1 h, 26 m ago

    Like what? B350 is fine for most users and have been proven to be best …Like what? B350 is fine for most users and have been proven to be best value it has all the important feature like overclocking and me slot plus loads of b350 boards have 4 slots.Next you'll be recommending the X version over the non X right?


    Agree with Cigbunt here, Only real advantage of an x370 board is if you plan to SLI and just to clarify, as someone who has just put together a ryzen buld - most b350m boards have 4 Ram slots configured to dual channel!
    Just paid £143 for 16Gb 3200, so this is pretty good. The board has 4 slots even though it's a 350 - I thought the difference was for Crossfire (ASUS ROG STRIX )

    Only problem is trying to get it to run at 3200; reviews of the board says that it should be no problem, but it crashes the system if you specify the speed rather than set to "auto". Need to figure it out. Other than that, the easiest build that I have done (apart from the 45 mins with Microsoft to reactivate W10)
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    cigbunt9 h, 33 m ago

    Like what? B350 is fine for most users and have been proven to be best …Like what? B350 is fine for most users and have been proven to be best value it has all the important feature like overclocking and me slot plus loads of b350 boards have 4 slots.Next you'll be recommending the X version over the non X right?


    X versions are useless tbh. Just overclocking the regular CPU will get you better than X version performance. No point in X versions cuz of the overclocking headroom anyways.

    I, myself have an X370 motherboard and it feels premium. Got it on sale for a price of a good B350 motherboard. As far as I was looking, I haven't seen lots of B350 motherboards have 4 slots but apparently I was wrong.

    Sincere apologize from me there, but this stuff happens to everyone.
    Not bad since it oc's to 2666. When is payment taken? Since its on order I would assume when it's shipped, like a pre-order?
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    HylianSeeker1 h, 32 m ago

    Not bad since it oc's to 2666. When is payment taken? Since its on order I …Not bad since it oc's to 2666. When is payment taken? Since its on order I would assume when it's shipped, like a pre-order?


    I'm assuming it's taken when it ships too, so according to the page it's within 3 to 5 weeks.
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