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Ballistix Sport LT 16GB Kit (4GBx4) DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) - £68.99 (On back order) @ Amazon
Ballistix Sport LT 16GB Kit (4GBx4) DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) - £68.99 (On back order) @ Amazon

Ballistix Sport LT 16GB Kit (4GBx4) DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) - £68.99 (On back order) @ Amazon

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RAM prices are set to rise even higher, so I'd grab this while you can. 16GB is pushing £90+ so this is a bargain... assuming Amazon don't cancel like they seem to love doing with memory lately!

Speeds start at 2400 MT/s
Faster speeds and responsiveness than standard Crucial DDR4 memory
Ideal for gamers and performance enthusiasts
Four channel memory arch itecture maximizes data rates
Digital camo heat spreader available in white, gray and red

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Very slow DDR4 RAM, almost bottom end. This isn't cheap either, it's; just as cheap elsewhere.

good deal. My only negative on this is that its 4 sticks of 4gb. Would be nice if it was 2x 8gb sticks.

I dont need ram but great price.

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ritchiedrama

Very slow DDR4 RAM, almost bottom end. This isn't cheap either, it's; … Very slow DDR4 RAM, almost bottom end. This isn't cheap either, it's; just as cheap elsewhere.



​Slow? There's barely any difference between this and 3200mhz in actual gaming benchmarks, we're talking like 1 fps. High ram speed is just for e-peen claims.

And could you provide links to 16gb 2400mhz ddr4 ram for this price? Or are you still living in summer '16?
Edited by: "mamboboy" 27th Jan

Heat added , dunno what on earth ritchiedrama is talking about , maybe he's looking at ddr2 ram

oos?

Original Poster

parrii7

Heat added , dunno what on earth ritchiedrama is talking about , maybe … Heat added , dunno what on earth ritchiedrama is talking about , maybe he's looking at ddr2 ram


Probably his first time online since June.
I'm anticipating his return so I can see links to this being the normal price. Will stock up from those sites and re-sell then as I wouldn't be surprised if 16GB reaches ~£100 over the next few months... it's not far from that now and supply is set to dwindle even more oO
Edited by: "mamboboy" 27th Jan

mamboboy

's not far from that now and supply is set to dwindle even more oO


mamboboy

RAM prices are set to rise even higher


Why is this?

Original Poster

mamboboy

's not far from that now and supply is set to dwindle even more oO

mamboboy

RAM prices are set to rise even higher


Mobile phone manufacturers are buying the chips faster than they can be made, so this is causing the prices to keep rising. Its expected to keep going up before stabilising in the second half of 2017...

pcgamer.com/exp…ng/

mamboboy

Mobile phone manufacturers are buying the chips faster than they can be … Mobile phone manufacturers are buying the chips faster than they can be made, so this is causing the prices to keep rising. Its expected to keep going up before stabilising in the second half of 2017...http://www.pcgamer.com/expect-dram-prices-to-keep-rising/



the chips aren't such but the processing capacity is being switched to flash nand production .. you can make a wafer into nand or ram but not both

mamboboy

​Slow? There's barely any difference between this and 3200mhz in actual g … ​Slow? There's barely any difference between this and 3200mhz in actual gaming benchmarks, we're talking like 1 fps. High ram speed is just for e-peen claims. And could you provide links to 16gb 2400mhz ddr4 ram for this price? Or are you still living in summer '16?




Buy it then and enjoy your slow RAM.

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ritchiedrama

Buy it then and enjoy your slow RAM.


GTX 1080, 6700K @ 4.4Ghz, 16GB DDR4 2400Mhz ... I'm loving my Ultra settings in BF1 at 100 fps and 3440x1440 Not sure how I can sleep knowing I could have gotten an extra 2 frames per second if I'd forked out an extra £40 for 3200Mhz oO

mamboboy

GTX 1080, 6700K @ 4.4Ghz, 16GB DDR4 2400Mhz ... I'm loving my Ultra … GTX 1080, 6700K @ 4.4Ghz, 16GB DDR4 2400Mhz ... I'm loving my Ultra settings in BF1 at 100 fps and 3440x1440 Not sure how I can sleep knowing I could have gotten an extra 2 frames per second if I'd forked out an extra £40 for 3200Mhz oO



gratt1s.

oos?

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angrybert

oos?


Its on back order, you can still order it from the 'other sellers' section...

Are there any good DDR3 deals available?

ritchiedrama

gratt1s.



​I purchased 2400mhz ram and overclocked it to 3200mhz, what's my prize?

Where are the ddr3 deals at

can the heatspreader be removed easily ?

Great deal for someone who is just upgrading an older cpu to a ddr4 platform and is more concerned about money than epean.

As another posted said the only downside is 4 x 4gb doesn't leave an upgrade path if that's important to you.

Just ordered one. There is not much difference between 2400 and 3200 Mhz variants. Higher the frequency higher is the cas timing. End result would be more or less same with 1-2 fps difference between the two in gaming performance at the most.
Edited by: "yogSH" 28th Jan

mamboboy

​Slow? There's barely any difference between this and 3200mhz in actual g … ​Slow? There's barely any difference between this and 3200mhz in actual gaming benchmarks, we're talking like 1 fps. High ram speed is just for e-peen claims. And could you provide links to 16gb 2400mhz ddr4 ram for this price? Or are you still living in summer '16?




that what i alway hear about Ram, but what about this?
youtube.com/wat…U0Y
there is other video on Ram comparision by digitalfoundry and i when around the web looking at Ram benchmark, seems a pretty significant different to me(4-8 FPS)

mamboboy

... assuming Amazon don't cancel like they seem to love doing with memory … ... assuming Amazon don't cancel like they seem to love doing with memory lately!


Yeah, Amazon cancelled my previous RAM order ... and after waiting 4 weeks for it too!

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sion22

that what i alway hear about Ram, but what about … that what i alway hear about Ram, but what about this?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Er_Fuz54U0Ythere is other video on Ram comparision by digitalfoundry and i when around the web looking at Ram benchmark, seems a pretty significant different to me(4-8 FPS)



​Faster ram makes a difference on slower cpu's. Overclock and the difference becomes about 1-2 frames. I know I'd rather spend the difference on a faster, unlocked processor.
Edited by: "mamboboy" 28th Jan

Now £81.46, and still out of stock
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