CORSAIR Vengeance 2 x 4 GB - DDR4 2133Mhz £34.35 delivered @ Pixmania
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CORSAIR Vengeance 2 x 4 GB - DDR4 2133Mhz £34.35 delivered @ Pixmania

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Found 3rd Jan 2015
Seems like a pretty good deal seeing as DDR4 is expensive as hell
Price= £27.45 + £6.90 (Delivery)

Optimise the launch of your applications with the Corsair Vengeance LPX, a kit containing 2 4 GB memory sticks (making 8 GB).

Thanks to the speedy 2133 MHZ DDR4, you will have a high level of performance for your multimedia applications or video games that need a lot of material resources.
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Very good deal. Still trying to decide what Skylake i7 processor to get.
mrjakosaurushd

Very good deal. Still trying to decide what Skylake i7 processor to get.



I'm in the same boat. So confused what to get with my next upgrade
mrjakosaurushd

Very good deal. Still trying to decide what Skylake i7 processor to get.


Surely there is only 2 worth considering? 6700k is you want full overclocking with multipliers and c-states or the 6700 if you want limited overclocking (though more than enough) and to save money.
pixmania MEGA COLD from me ad had problems on other deals.
LiamSmith78

I'm in the same boat. So confused what to get with my next upgrade



Me too have decided to wait for the 6700 to come back down to £210 and get that
LiamSmith78

I'm in the same boat. So confused what to get with my next upgrade



Me too have decided to wait for the 6700 to come back down to £210 and get that
good find op, heat added
CL13.... seeing as Pixmania couldn't be bothered to include the CAS latency in their listing.
I'm not sure if I should get 8gb or go for 16gb which could be had for around £70-80 on Amazon... Would it be possible to add another set of 2x4gb later on as it seems rather likely that ddr4 prices will drop in the future? Also not sure if going for 2400 or 2600 Mhz would be worth it. I'm putting together a i5 skylake rig used for gaming and general entertainment stuff.
I have not voted but I don't think it's a deal as I bought corsair 4x8gb 2666mhz ddr4 kits that overclock to 3000mhz for £140 and that was 6 months ago
Absed

I'm not sure if I should get 8gb or go for 16gb which could be had for … I'm not sure if I should get 8gb or go for 16gb which could be had for around £70-80 on Amazon... Would it be possible to add another set of 2x4gb later on as it seems rather likely that ddr4 prices will drop in the future? Also not sure if going for 2400 or 2600 Mhz would be worth it. I'm putting together a i5 skylake rig used for gaming and general entertainment stuff.


You can add ram very easily later. After watching some videos on youtube comparing 8gb vs 16gb, there is hardly any difference whatsoever... generally 0 - 4 Fps increase.
LiamSmith78

I'm in the same boat. So confused what to get with my next upgrade



What software are you running?
Smoking173850

I have not voted but I don't think it's a deal as I bought corsair 4x8gb … I have not voted but I don't think it's a deal as I bought corsair 4x8gb 2666mhz ddr4 kits that overclock to 3000mhz for £140 and that was 6 months ago


How is that a good comparison? You paid £100+ just to do that, and I bet you don't even notice the difference!
jasewithaface

You can add ram very easily later. After watching some videos on youtube … You can add ram very easily later. After watching some videos on youtube comparing 8gb vs 16gb, there is hardly any difference whatsoever... generally 0 - 4 Fps increase.



Do you even know what ram does?
Optimus_Toaster

Surely there is only 2 worth considering? 6700k is you want full … Surely there is only 2 worth considering? 6700k is you want full overclocking with multipliers and c-states or the 6700 if you want limited overclocking (though more than enough) and to save money.


I remember being a teenager fascinated with overclocking and all of that. You'll soon grow out of it!
JoeyJoeC

How is that a good comparison? You paid £100+ just to do that, and I bet … How is that a good comparison? You paid £100+ just to do that, and I bet you don't even notice the difference!


Well u could buy a single 8gb stick for £35 and I bought four so yeah not a great deal. Also I need the extra ram for work and it make a huge difference for me but if gaming then u only need 16gb for now
JoeyJoeC

I remember being a teenager fascinated with overclocking and all of that. … I remember being a teenager fascinated with overclocking and all of that. You'll soon grow out of it!


Who grows out of free performance?
Optimus_Toaster

Who grows out of free performance?


It's not really free performance as mobo and cpu is more expensive
JoeyJoeC

What software are you running?



software? you mean hardware?
JoeyJoeC

Do you even know what ram does?



haha, u wont get any performance boost for any games currently out (maybe Batman Arkham Knight lol). 8GB is fine for now and you can always upgrade. only use the same capacity as what you currently run and you will be fine
LiamSmith78

haha, u wont get any performance boost for any games currently out … haha, u wont get any performance boost for any games currently out (maybe Batman Arkham Knight lol). 8GB is fine for now and you can always upgrade. only use the same capacity as what you currently run and you will be fine



It's only fine if you have an SSD with a pagefile. There's many games out today that use more than 8GB commit charge with system included. Also if you're running a high VRAM card, that can increase virtual address space usage. Multi-GPU users will need more than 8GB too unless they want to be entirely reliant on the pagefile. I've seen COD BO3 use over 20GB commit charge with 2 290x's (4GB VRAM) at 1920x1080 in crossfire.





Edited by: "rev6" 4th Jan 2016
Just what I was looking for, very hot.
Optimus_Toaster

Who grows out of free performance?



My PC's have lasted much longer after not fiddling with things like that.
LiamSmith78

software? you mean hardware?


I mean which software to need that hardware.
JoeyJoeC

My PC's have lasted much longer after not fiddling with things like that.



If I didn't fiddle with it then my 2550K would need upgrading as it just wouldn't be quick enough. But an extra 30% performance from an extra £30 investment 4 years ago means I can use my money elsewhere.
JoeyJoeC

Do you even know what ram does?


Yes, he wouldn't need much for 'general entertainment', so I told him what the benefits would be in terms of gaming. What I don't know is why you would ask me that...
I thought this was ddr3 for a minute, glad I didn't buy it without realising
JoeyJoeC

Do you even know what ram does?



​^^
minicale

I thought this was ddr3 for a minute, glad I didn't buy it without … I thought this was ddr3 for a minute, glad I didn't buy it without realising



Got two Elite 4GB DDR3 1600HC11BK i'l be posting up on here soon.Soon as i can sort out photographing it!!!Sooo much to dooo....
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