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Corsair Vengeance DDR4 3000 MHz C16 (2 x 16 GB) £141.05 @ Amazon
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Corsair Vengeance DDR4 3000 MHz C16 (2 x 16 GB) £141.05 @ Amazon

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Posted 7th Oct
£141.05 for 2 x 16 GB 3000MHZ Sticks, pretty good, right?
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Pay an extra £30 and go full in RGB @ 3200MHz
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prices have stablised sadly. Of course we now need to see some good 32GB modules arrive, and of course the last capcity hike of the ddr4 spec.
DuWolfy07/10/2019 10:13

Pay an extra £30 and go full in RGB @ 3200MHz[Image]


Mine machine is all closed up and not on show so I'd prefer the saving!

Found this while trying to find a new, reliable 2066 motherboard, suggestions welcome.
Kilbers07/10/2019 10:31

Mine machine is all closed up and not on show so I'd prefer the …Mine machine is all closed up and not on show so I'd prefer the saving!Found this while trying to find a new, reliable 2066 motherboard, suggestions welcome.


getting an Intel 10 series?
powerbrick07/10/2019 12:33

getting an Intel 10 series?


Got a 7900X but my current mobo Asus x299 tuf mark 2 is unreliable
Edited by: "Kilbers" 7th Oct
Kilbers07/10/2019 12:50

Got a 7900X but my current mobo Asus x299 tuf mark 2 is unreliable


Ah, thought you were tempted by the new uns since will be x299 too.
powerbrick07/10/2019 12:58

Ah, thought you were tempted by the new uns since will be x299 too.


Happy with the chip, just need a decent board!
Don't forget: if you don't need 32GB ram, want to spend a little less, 16GB of the 3200MHz CAS 16 variant (yes, faster ) has been at a nice 83GBP for a while now: amazon.co.uk/Hyp…8VO

I'm using it now and it's working just dandy.
If the colour is not an issue (grey cost a little more) I would recommend these: A little cheaper and much better overclockers, ideal for Ryzen. These Corsair ones don't really go too far.

amazon.co.uk/dp/…h=1
Edited by: "3anana" 7th Oct
DuWolfy07/10/2019 10:13

Pay an extra £30 and go full in RGB @ 3200MHz[Image]


Why?? What's the point? Do you look often into your computer case? And if so.. what are these flashing colours good for??
Last time I looked inside my computer was probably 2 years ago, I look everyday at bog roll in my toilet and can't see any advantage of it flashing with all the colours either.

Please explain reason to pay £30 extra for some flashing light on memory chips... anything to do with Christmas??
DrLamok09/10/2019 16:51

Why?? What's the point? Do you look often into your computer case? And if …Why?? What's the point? Do you look often into your computer case? And if so.. what are these flashing colours good for??Last time I looked inside my computer was probably 2 years ago, I look everyday at bog roll in my toilet and can't see any advantage of it flashing with all the colours either.Please explain reason to pay £30 extra for some flashing light on memory chips... anything to do with Christmas??


Did you forget 3200MHz is faster than 3000MHz ?
DuWolfy09/10/2019 17:18

Did you forget 3200MHz is faster than 3000MHz ?


but is it worth £30 extra?
DrLamok09/10/2019 17:59

but is it worth £30 extra?


Is £30 worth the next RAM up ?
Is £40 worth the next PSU up ?
Is £50 worth the next CPU up ?
Is £60 worth the next GPU up ?
Always yes, yes, yes !
DuWolfy09/10/2019 20:07

Is £30 worth the next RAM up ?Is £40 worth the next PSU up ?Is £50 worth th …Is £30 worth the next RAM up ?Is £40 worth the next PSU up ?Is £50 worth the next CPU up ?Is £60 worth the next GPU up ?Always yes, yes, yes !


Umm.. question is... how much does that 200Mhz cost and how much are the Christmas lights?
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£15 per extra 200MHz, worth it I'd say ... Just got order a triple AIO RGB cooler for the glass panel side and some rear RGB 120mm ohh yeah maybe 3x for the top and I won't need an Xmas tree
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