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Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (1 x 16 GB) DDR4 3000MHz £62.12 @ Amazon
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Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (1 x 16 GB) DDR4 3000MHz £62.12 @ Amazon

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Posted 18th Jul

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1 x Corsair Vengeance LPX Memory Kit
Each Vengeance LPX module is built with a pure aluminium heat spreader for faster heat dissipation and cooler operation
Available in multiple colours to match your motherboard, your components or just your style
Vengeance LPX is optimised and compatibility tested for the latest Intel X99, 100 and 200 Series motherboards and offers higher frequencies, high bandwidth, and lower power consumption
The Vengeance LPX module height is carefully designed to fit smaller spaces
XMP 2.0 enabled for high overclocking
Product information 3000 MHz , 1 x 16 GB , Black
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Order two of these and you've got a 32gb system ram for under £125,i spend almost £160 last year for two 8gb versions.
renojam18/07/2019 13:17

Order two of these and you've got a 32gb system ram for under £125,i spend …Order two of these and you've got a 32gb system ram for under £125,i spend almost £160 last year for two 8gb versions.


Can be issues from mixing sticks from different packs I believe. Best to stick to 2x8GB sets apparently but happy to be proven wrong
RossC9118/07/2019 13:23

Can be issues from mixing sticks from different packs I believe. Best to …Can be issues from mixing sticks from different packs I believe. Best to stick to 2x8GB sets apparently but happy to be proven wrong


No I was meant I purchased two 8gbgs last year which were more expensive. I no longer have that system, however buying parts now to build another for Xmas
RossC9118/07/2019 13:23

Can be issues from mixing sticks from different packs I believe. Best to …Can be issues from mixing sticks from different packs I believe. Best to stick to 2x8GB sets apparently but happy to be proven wrong


There can be issues mixing yes but the chances are so low it's irrelevant. If I was helping someone who wants to overclock within 1 MHz of the CPUs life and dial in the timings on the ram I'd suggest they buy a "kit" as they are usually sticks that were tested in the same batch and passed. But for a £300 gaming machine or for my grandma's cat to browse the internet I'd buy whatever is the cheapest.
edd66699919/07/2019 07:49

There can be issues mixing yes but the chances are so low it's irrelevant. …There can be issues mixing yes but the chances are so low it's irrelevant. If I was helping someone who wants to overclock within 1 MHz of the CPUs life and dial in the timings on the ram I'd suggest they buy a "kit" as they are usually sticks that were tested in the same batch and passed. But for a £300 gaming machine or for my grandma's cat to browse the internet I'd buy whatever is the cheapest.


Amen
edd66699919/07/2019 07:49

There can be issues mixing yes but the chances are so low it's irrelevant. …There can be issues mixing yes but the chances are so low it's irrelevant. If I was helping someone who wants to overclock within 1 MHz of the CPUs life and dial in the timings on the ram I'd suggest they buy a "kit" as they are usually sticks that were tested in the same batch and passed. But for a £300 gaming machine or for my grandma's cat to browse the internet I'd buy whatever is the cheapest.


Your grandma's cat sounds like my kinda gal 😏
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