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Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000MHz DDR4 32Gb (2x16GB) Memory Kit- £109.98 delivered at Aria PC
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Corsair Vengeance LPX 3000MHz DDR4 32Gb (2x16GB) Memory Kit- £109.98 delivered at Aria PC

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CORSAIR DDR4 VENGEANCE LPX RAM

This high-end Corsair Vengeance memory comes in a pack of 2 modules. Each one of the two modules carries 16GB of memory, adding up to a grand total of 32GB. This is a very comfortable amount of RAM allowing the average PC user to store their media, games and data, with plenty spare room to ensure smooth memory performance. The MHz rate of this memory just oversteps the half way point of common DDR4 MHz speeds, meaning your computer is reading the data from your RAM at a very fast rate. Great compatibility for gaming and other forms of media.



3000MHz Speed | CAS 16-20-20-38 | XMP 2.0 | 1.35V

It was 2007 that the DDR3 standard was announced and in the years since then technology has only been pushed further. Eventually the memory standard was pushed to the edge of DDR3 limits, until DDR4 smashed through those limits! Corsair DDR4 doubled the bandwidth and dramatically increase clock speeds, whilst consuming less power than ever before.



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Motherboard Socket DDR4 Optimization

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Vengeance LPX DDR4 form factor is optimized and compatibility-tested for the latest X99 and Intel 100 series motherboards, forging reliably fast performance. With any standard DDR4 DIMM memory socketed motherboard you shouldn’t have any trouble installing the powerful Vengeance LPX RAM and getting that DDR4 performance into your system.



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Corsair DDR4 Memory Size

The clever and stylish, low-profile design of DDR4 LPX memory means it can fit comfortably into much smaller spaces. The LPX series of Vengeance DRAM was prepared for when the first of the Micro ATX and Mini-ITX motherboards for DDR4 memory released. In any system that has minimal internal space the small form factor of the LPX DDR4 RAM from Corsair is ideal.



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Unlock the Potential within DDR4

Corsair’s Vengeance LPX DDR4 has been built around high-performance overclocking. Each module from the LPX series utilizes highly-screened memory ICs and an eight-layer PCB, with further overclocking improvements through the efficient heat spreader that provides effective cooling. The eight-layer PCB system on these DDR4 memory sticks helps if your computer is trying to squeeze too much information into one layer, causing a significant rise in temperature which can create a multitude of issues.



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Cooler Memory for Better Performance

The heat spreader on Corsair LPX DDR4 memory is made of pure aluminum, creating a faster heat dissipation and a cooler operation. Usually the overclocking overhead is limited by the operating temperature, but not for the Vengeance LPX. Due to the unique design of the heat spreader, the temperature is constantly lowered as heat is pulled away from the ICs and into your system’s cooling path. Not only does the heat spreader allow Vengeance LPX to perform better, but the aggressive yet refined form factor looks great in any system.



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Utilize XMP for Overclocking in Seconds

XMP 2.0 is supported by Vengeance LPX DRAM along with Intel 100 and X99 motherboards. Simply select XMP mode in the BIOS and it will automatically adjust to the fastest safe speed for the Corsair DDR4 Vengeance LPX. You’ll get amazing, reliable performance without lockups or other strange behavior. Enjoy trouble-free, automatic overclocking in seconds with the support of XMP 2.0.
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not bad for 32 gB. i wounder if these can be overclocked to 3200?
pcgamer201417/11/2019 16:07

not bad for 32 gB. i wounder if these can be overclocked to 3200?


Extremely likely with 1.4v

#SiliconLottery - but with decent odds for 7% OC.

Good price. The market is absolutely mad
Is 32Gb really a necessity with ref to 16Gb as I read very few games / utilities are actually able to take full advantage of even 16Gb or am I missing something? Combine this with a decent GPU with 8Gb or more and 16Gb would seem just a good an option for less money. Good price though.
Edited by: "modelman" 17th Nov 2019
modelman17/11/2019 17:36

Is 32Gb really a necessity with ref to 16Gb as I read very few games / …Is 32Gb really a necessity with ref to 16Gb as I read very few games / utilities are actually able to take full advantage of even 16Gb or am I missing something? Combine this with a decent GPU with 8Gb or more and 16Gb would seem just a good an option for less money. Good price though.


No, nor is 16GB. Only a handful of games are actually starting to use over 8. You'll know if you need 32, but at this price, it's worth getting.
Edited by: "BB93" 17th Nov 2019
Great price. Would this be compatible with a Mac that could be configured to 32gb?
modelman17/11/2019 17:36

Is 32Gb really a necessity with ref to 16Gb as I read very few games / …Is 32Gb really a necessity with ref to 16Gb as I read very few games / utilities are actually able to take full advantage of even 16Gb or am I missing something? Combine this with a decent GPU with 8Gb or more and 16Gb would seem just a good an option for less money. Good price though.


My Lightroom struggled with 16GB building 1to1 previews. I added an extra 32GB to take me to 48GB. It absolutely laps it up and leaves my PC fully responsive. 32GB total is probably enough for me but, I could so I did.
modelman17/11/2019 17:36

Is 32Gb really a necessity with ref to 16Gb as I read very few games / …Is 32Gb really a necessity with ref to 16Gb as I read very few games / utilities are actually able to take full advantage of even 16Gb or am I missing something? Combine this with a decent GPU with 8Gb or more and 16Gb would seem just a good an option for less money. Good price though.


For some workloads 32GB is woefully inadequate. For gaming you don't need it, for some professional tasks 32GB+ is definitely required.
I was about to vote cold as I thought this was a 16gb kit. Wasn't all that long ago people thought 16gb was overkill, now we're nearing the end of this generation of gaming 12gb seems to be recommended for a lot of current games. I'm sure AM4 has enough life in it to be relevant when ddr5 arrives as well.
BB9317/11/2019 17:58

No, nor is 16GB. Only a handful of games are actually starting to use over …No, nor is 16GB. Only a handful of games are actually starting to use over 8. You'll know if you need 32, but at this price, it's worth getting.


Even installing games with Chrome and Spotify open chews up my 16Gb RAM
modelman17/11/2019 17:36

Is 32Gb really a necessity with ref to 16Gb as I read very few games / …Is 32Gb really a necessity with ref to 16Gb as I read very few games / utilities are actually able to take full advantage of even 16Gb or am I missing something? Combine this with a decent GPU with 8Gb or more and 16Gb would seem just a good an option for less money. Good price though.


Some things need as much RAM as possible (VMs, simulations, CAD) but generally you’re more than good with 16GB.
VideoGuy17/11/2019 18:34

Great price. Would this be compatible with a Mac that could be configured …Great price. Would this be compatible with a Mac that could be configured to 32gb?


No. You probably need smaller RAM (about half the length) that is used in laptops. Unless you have a Mac Pro, in which case you’ll want specific ECC RAM.
I first upgraded to 16gb about 9 years ago, which cost me about £60 iirc.

Absolutely baffling that I'm still sat here on 16gb (Admittedly DDR4 now instead of DDR3) nearly a decade later with no need to upgrade, and that the price of 16gb is still about the same.

RIP Moore's law.
CRTB17/11/2019 21:23

I first upgraded to 16gb about 9 years ago, which cost me about £60 …I first upgraded to 16gb about 9 years ago, which cost me about £60 iirc.Absolutely baffling that I'm still sat here on 16gb (Admittedly DDR4 now instead of DDR3) nearly a decade later with no need to upgrade, and that the price of 16gb is still about the same.RIP Moore's law.


TLDR: I am fine with 8gb still, but I will be upgrading to 32gb at some point

I'm still using 8gb and I do fine too. Nothing pushes me to need more however I do want 32gb just for peace of mind and future proofing plus I may need it for some video editing or design work. Thinking of maybe getting back into that so all helps.

I'd be fine staying with 8gb but my PC is my main hobby so I dnt even care when it comes to spending money on it. Lasts so long too
Damn so cheap, I wish these deals would stop coming up so close to Black Friday. I refuse to buy anything until Black Friday lol
modelman17/11/2019 17:36

Is 32Gb really a necessity with ref to 16Gb as I read very few games / …Is 32Gb really a necessity with ref to 16Gb as I read very few games / utilities are actually able to take full advantage of even 16Gb or am I missing something? Combine this with a decent GPU with 8Gb or more and 16Gb would seem just a good an option for less money. Good price though.



In general it isn't for gaming (yet), but some people get extremely horny by being able to name all kinds of high numbers that they've got in their system. Manufacturers play on that with success.
CAD and other memory intensive programs is another thing altogether.
Edited by: "Mirola" 17th Nov 2019
Great to finally see RAM down to the prices of 3 or 4 years ago! I think this is about what I paid for 32GB 3000MHz back then.

Heat, great deal.
I haven't shopped from Aria in years - and the website looks exactly the same as 10 years ago!

I wonder if they've kept my Aria Bonus Bytes. The last time I looked, pretty much the only things available to trade them in for were floppy drives and CD cleaning kits... no thanks
I have a 16 gb right now (8x8). Is there going to be a problem adding these 16x16 in?
modelman17/11/2019 17:36

Is 32Gb really a necessity with ref to 16Gb as I read very few games / …Is 32Gb really a necessity with ref to 16Gb as I read very few games / utilities are actually able to take full advantage of even 16Gb or am I missing something? Combine this with a decent GPU with 8Gb or more and 16Gb would seem just a good an option for less money. Good price though.


I edit videos and use multiple Adobe programs at a time and yes ... More ram is better. I have 32gb but will be upgrading to 64 very soon. It makes a big difference.
I have 16GB right now and I want 32GB - for gaming. You'd be surprised.

I wouldn't build a 16GB rig now, but absolutely won't be the case for everyone. Choice is great. 8GB would be terrible for me.
But why is Ram more expensive than other components
Oneday7717/11/2019 19:16

My Lightroom struggled with 16GB building 1to1 previews. I added an extra …My Lightroom struggled with 16GB building 1to1 previews. I added an extra 32GB to take me to 48GB. It absolutely laps it up and leaves my PC fully responsive. 32GB total is probably enough for me but, I could so I did.


I've had 32GB for a few years (when it was first around this price), and Lightroom has never wanted to take advantage of it - do you use Lightroom Classic or the newer version?
liltman17/11/2019 22:29

Damn so cheap, I wish these deals would stop coming up so close to Black …Damn so cheap, I wish these deals would stop coming up so close to Black Friday. I refuse to buy anything until Black Friday lol


Black Friday lately tends to be Black Friday in name only. People just assume that being on BF, the offers will be amazing and don’t do proper research. The last three years, BF sales have been underwhelming.
terrestris18/11/2019 09:31

I've had 32GB for a few years (when it was first around this price), and …I've had 32GB for a few years (when it was first around this price), and Lightroom has never wanted to take advantage of it - do you use Lightroom Classic or the newer version?


I’m using Classic.

When I was on 16GB. The import and 121 previews would grind my PC to a halt. While the mouse would move, window switches etc were delayed by 5-10seconds.

Performance monitor would show my memory usage at 100% but the 12 threads on my Ryzen 1700 were not fully utilised.

Now with my excess memory. Performance Mon shows Lightroom using 17-19GB of RAM while other tasks have their own share. I can now browse, edit images, watch YouTube etc during imports. CPU usage has also climbed as the threads are no longer data starved

This was the most noticeable memory limitation I had. I’m not one for working on layers or having multiple images or large edits copying over multiple images. While 16GB for most is fine, having more helped me, after I identified it was my limitation.

I could probably have gotten a similar result if I tried a different scratch drive, etc. Also as it’s only a hobby, patience on import would also have helped
Edited by: "Oneday77" 18th Nov 2019
Despondent18/11/2019 10:12

Black Friday lately tends to be Black Friday in name only. People just …Black Friday lately tends to be Black Friday in name only. People just assume that being on BF, the offers will be amazing and don’t do proper research. The last three years, BF sales have been underwhelming.


While I agree with some of it, yeh most deals have sucked but a lot of that for me is the fact I now have most the things I want already lol. Though this year there are a few things I want again.

However, I did get my Nintendo Switch in a Black Friday deal and it was better than any other deal I have seen so it depends.
Most stuff is terrible or the deals are the same all year round as I feel like there is just constantly a sale on so I get you but there is the occasional better deal at Black Friday.

I also just get excited by deals and things, so even if there is nothing I find or that it is the same as like a deal NOW, I still enjoy the whole process and hunting deals
ibz10017/11/2019 20:29

Even installing games with Chrome and Spotify open chews up my 16Gb RAM


Having a very hard time believing this
Oneday7718/11/2019 10:30

I’m using Classic. When I was on 16GB. The import and 121 previews would g …I’m using Classic. When I was on 16GB. The import and 121 previews would grind my PC to a halt. While the mouse would move, window switches etc were delayed by 5-10seconds. Performance monitor would show my memory usage at 100% but the 12 threads on my Ryzen 1700 were not fully utilised. Now with my excess memory. Performance Mon shows Lightroom using 17-19GB of RAM while other tasks have their own share. I can now browse, edit images, watch YouTube etc during imports. CPU usage has also climbed as the threads are no longer data starved This was the most noticeable memory limitation I had. I’m not one for working on layers or having multiple images or large edits copying over multiple images. While 16GB for most is fine, having more helped me, after I identified it was my limitation. I could probably have gotten a similar result if I tried a different scratch drive, etc. Also as it’s only a hobby, patience on import would also have helped


Perhaps that's why it didn't help me - my catalog and scratch drive are both on SSDs, so it tends to be CPU bound rather than IO or memory.
Great deal, although have now been on hold for 30mins due to an issue with a security check (from the look of the order confirmation)
Brian_R18/11/2019 10:45

Having a very hard time believing this


Don't dwell on it too much. It's not worth the stress.
benbojangles18/11/2019 09:16

But why is Ram more expensive than other components


Because memory is a commodity, price fluctuations a lot.
Edited by: "sasuke0" 18th Nov 2019
Bit of help guys: I've been out of the "game" since 2011 but I'm now looking to upgrade my trusty old 2500k gaming system...

I've settled on a 3700x as my starting point and I'm aware of how fickle amd chips can be with ram. Will these sticks be okay? Also, what's the state of play with 2x/4x sticks is relation to performance. It used to be the case that 2 were always better over 4. Does that still hold up?

Thanks.
slipd18/11/2019 11:39

Bit of help guys: I've been out of the "game" since 2011 but I'm now …Bit of help guys: I've been out of the "game" since 2011 but I'm now looking to upgrade my trusty old 2500k gaming system...I've settled on a 3700x as my starting point and I'm aware of how fickle amd chips can be with ram. Will these sticks be okay? Also, what's the state of play with 2x/4x sticks is relation to performance. It used to be the case that 2 were always better over 4. Does that still hold up?Thanks.


It's the mobo that matters I am with msi those work fine clocked to 3200mhz.
modelman17/11/2019 17:36

Is 32Gb really a necessity with ref to 16Gb as I read very few games / …Is 32Gb really a necessity with ref to 16Gb as I read very few games / utilities are actually able to take full advantage of even 16Gb or am I missing something? Combine this with a decent GPU with 8Gb or more and 16Gb would seem just a good an option for less money. Good price though.


It depends what youre doing with the pc. Gaming 16gb is enough, but for professional tasks such as serious video editing or data analysis then youd see a difference
CRTB17/11/2019 21:23

I first upgraded to 16gb about 9 years ago, which cost me about £60 …I first upgraded to 16gb about 9 years ago, which cost me about £60 iirc.Absolutely baffling that I'm still sat here on 16gb (Admittedly DDR4 now instead of DDR3) nearly a decade later with no need to upgrade, and that the price of 16gb is still about the same.RIP Moore's law.


Probably because all you do is surf the internet and maybe use a bit of office with mild gaming
BB9317/11/2019 17:58

No, nor is 16GB. Only a handful of games are actually starting to use over …No, nor is 16GB. Only a handful of games are actually starting to use over 8. You'll know if you need 32, but at this price, it's worth getting.


My pc when gaming is using over 10GB easily when gaming. When working, over 20GB.
I fully agree with last sentence
For that price it's bargain quality memory.
bigbadwolves18/11/2019 12:37

Probably because all you do is surf the internet and maybe use a bit of …Probably because all you do is surf the internet and maybe use a bit of office with mild gaming


I play a lot of graphically-intense games and do a fair bit of multi-tasking. I've got 3 monitors and will game on one, watch a film on another and probably have a browser open in the third. Of course we can debate to the end of time what constitutes heavy usage, but it's irrelevant as the point I'd make is that however heavy or light my usage, it's at least as intense as it was a decade ago. In fact nothing has really changed in my usage for 20 years.

So (rhetorically, because I do get why, it's just odd) why for the first decade did I have to constantly and iteratively upgrade from 16Mb (Yes, Mb) to 16Gb to keep up with the advances in computing software, but for the second decade I've just stuck on 16gb and stayed there? I still operate with a top-end gaming rig yet the only bit I really need to upgrade every year or so now is the GPU.

I only went DDR3 to DDR4 a year or so back because it was necessary when I upgraded my old SandyBridge i7 out of sheer boredom from still having the same CPU for so long, even though the FPS gain in games from splashing out the best part of £400 was about 2.

(Still worth it though, because new toys)
Edited by: "CRTB" 18th Nov 2019
How do you know/find out if ram is a bottleneck ??
In the past I was always underwhelmed by mem. upgrades, as mentioned already above.

My laptop kept random hanging when on. Lots of suggestions on a google - lots.
What sorted it for me , not a techie, was cleanmem mini monitor .
It showed that commit was often higher than installed ram.
Thought I had 4gb but only 3gb installed - a 2gb ddr3 from cex - 75p - FIXED !!

" silicon lottery" new phrase to me but sums it up well
As quoted the amount spent on an upgrade often does not improve performance to an extent that warrants the outlay in the first place. We do it because we can and believe we'll benefit from the experience. The bench marks also look impressive.
I've built PC's that play high end games at 150fps or more and lower spec ones that play at half that frame rate. Was the overall experience of the higher end PC worth more than double the cost of the lower spec one, probably not. Under normal use you'd be hard pressed to notice the difference.
"We do it because we can and believe we'll benefit from the experience"
Sums it up well.
Used to O.C. budget intel cpu's - just got older an' grumpier.
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