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Ballistix Sport AT 16GB Kit (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 CL16, £64.99 at Amazon
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Ballistix Sport AT 16GB Kit (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 CL16, £64.99 at Amazon

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Posted 20th Jul

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Good value and quality memory.
Specs: DDR4 PC4-25600 • 16-18-18 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR4-3200 • 1.35V • 1024Meg x 64 •3267162.jpg
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These prices are getting silly cheap now.
LazybeatX20/07/2019 10:34

These prices are getting silly cheap now.


Apparently RAM is the new gold, worth investing in it
Tacavas20/07/2019 10:35

Apparently RAM is the new gold, worth investing in it


It's seems like its going that way. I keep reading about these inevitable price hikes that are apparently coming soon so you may be right
LazybeatX20/07/2019 10:37

It's seems like its going that way. I keep reading about … It's seems like its going that way. I keep reading about these inevitable price hikes that are apparently coming soon so you may be right


Don't quote me on that when you're going bust
I heard that buying Ballistix RAM for Ryzen is a lottery due to compatibility issues (BSoD, freezing)
Shame it's only single rank!..
Usually dispatched in 1 to 2 months. Will they be cheaper by then?
Paid £70 from Crucial about 2 weeks ago, same stuff. So they are still dropping in price.
rav4cas20/07/2019 11:29

Usually dispatched in 1 to 2 months. Will they be cheaper by then?


If they are Amazon will automatically adjust the price on the order to the lower amount
rav4cas20/07/2019 11:29

Usually dispatched in 1 to 2 months. Will they be cheaper by then?


Plenty of time to cancel if so
Tacavas20/07/2019 11:13

And that's bad how


Read that ( can't remember where though ) Dual rank helps with performance & support plus gets higher FPS in games out of the box, how much I don't know, but I suppose this is most probably negligable to the average gamer. :P
Edited by: "trueno2k" 20th Jul
trueno2k20/07/2019 11:32

Read that ( can't remember where though ) Dual rank helps with performance …Read that ( can't remember where though ) Dual rank helps with performance & support plus gets higher FPS in games out of the box, how much I don't know, but I suppose this is most probably negligable to the average gamer. :P


From Google: Single Rank Memory vs. Dual Rank Memory. Generally Single Rank Memory is faster than Dual Rank Memory, in laymen's terms when a computer accesses Single Rank Memory it only has to go around the track once, where are Dual Rank it would have to go around the track twice.
Tacavas20/07/2019 11:33

From Google: Single Rank Memory vs. Dual Rank Memory. Generally Single …From Google: Single Rank Memory vs. Dual Rank Memory. Generally Single Rank Memory is faster than Dual Rank Memory, in laymen's terms when a computer accesses Single Rank Memory it only has to go around the track once, where are Dual Rank it would have to go around the track twice.


So, I've been miss-informed then... ( Edited ) As with this ( link below ) shows otherwis...
Edited by: "trueno2k" 20th Jul
trueno2k20/07/2019 11:37

So, I've been miss-informed then... :P


Not at all, apparently it's a grey area, don't feel bad
trueno2k20/07/2019 11:37

So, I've been miss-informed then... :P


I think you're thinking of dual-channel, rather than dual rank.
Danze198420/07/2019 11:44

I think you're thinking of dual-channel, rather than dual rank.


Nope not at all thinking of that...
Edited by: "trueno2k" 20th Jul
What's the diference between Ballistix Sport AT and Ballistrix Sport LT, and can you mix them on the same board?
Tacavas20/07/2019 11:33

From Google: Single Rank Memory vs. Dual Rank Memory. Generally Single …From Google: Single Rank Memory vs. Dual Rank Memory. Generally Single Rank Memory is faster than Dual Rank Memory, in laymen's terms when a computer accesses Single Rank Memory it only has to go around the track once, where are Dual Rank it would have to go around the track twice.


I thought the opposite was true. Dual rank being slightly faster at the same settings but single rank overclock better.
Tacavas20/07/2019 11:33

From Google: Single Rank Memory vs. Dual Rank Memory. Generally Single …From Google: Single Rank Memory vs. Dual Rank Memory. Generally Single Rank Memory is faster than Dual Rank Memory, in laymen's terms when a computer accesses Single Rank Memory it only has to go around the track once, where are Dual Rank it would have to go around the track twice.


Does it matter if the computer is fit?
1x 8gb Stick for £30 delivered in 2 days.
Ballistix BLS8G4D32AESTK 8 GB DDR4 3200 MT/s (PC4-25600) CL16 SR x 8 Unbuffered DIMM 288-Pin Memory amazon.co.uk/dp/…B29
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