Corsair Vengeance LPX 64GB DDR4 2800MHz Memory Kit 8x8GB £355.48 @ Scan
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Corsair Vengeance LPX 64GB DDR4 2800MHz Memory Kit 8x8GB £355.48 @ Scan

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Edited by:"Frank30uk"Found 12th Sep 2017
Down from £545 to £355.48! bit overkill but a good price.

64GB (8x8GB) Corsair DDR4 Vengeance LPX Black, PC4-22400 (2800), Non-ECC Unbuffered, CAS 14-16-16-36, XMP 2.0, 1.35V
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Nice one Frank Heat added and code noted
No need but why not?
OrribleHarry3 m ago

No need but why not?

Baller alert
coventgamer6 m ago

Baller alert


Say what? English please?
nice but would prefer 4x 16gb ..
Not really any good if you want to upgrade its used all the 8 slots. I would rather have had 4 x 16gb then I could upgrade to 128gb
16 gb sticks all the way
Designed for an 8xDIMM X99 Haswell-era motherboard, so not exactly state of the art and hence the price. X299 boards will support faster 4200Mhz RAM.
djonesuk1 h, 41 m ago

Designed for an 8xDIMM X99 Haswell-era motherboard, so not exactly state …Designed for an 8xDIMM X99 Haswell-era motherboard, so not exactly state of the art and hence the price. X299 boards will support faster 4200Mhz RAM.



...my wallet wont support X299
Heat added
I remember if I need it.
Decent latency and works out to like £45 per module. Actually not bad as a bulk buy for system builders/techs. Plus you could chuck the dodgy looking RAM cooler on ebay for £20 or something, somebody would have it.
Buy 256gb worth, still cheaper than the iPhone X.
Edited by: "slannmage" 12th Sep 2017
Wouldn't touch these crooks with a barge pole. Absolute shysters.
Hmmmm the same 2 x 8gb is £145 on amazon £90 a pair aint bad
v8griff2 h, 40 m ago

Wouldn't touch these crooks with a barge pole. Absolute shysters.

Care to elaborate
I've posted the reason many times on Hot UK, basically after care service is non-existent, and that's putting it politely. Try and make a valid warranty claim and watch them try and squirm out of their legal obligations. My experience isn't unique, plenty of horror stories on various review websites. After sales service problems seem a common theme.
Personally never had a problem with Scan, even RMA'd something, didn't send it back, kept RMA'ing for like 12 months, kept not sending it back (mind lapse). Then a year later found it, got a new RMA and sent it back some 3 years after purchasing, still got a replacement.


Oh and it was RAM.
Edited by: "dezontk" 13th Sep 2017
Great deal, have some heat young man.

dezontk2 h, 10 m ago

Personally never had a problem with Scan, even RMA'd something, didn't …Personally never had a problem with Scan, even RMA'd something, didn't send it back, kept RMA'ing for like 12 months, kept not sending it back (mind lapse). Then a year later found it, got a new RMA and sent it back some 3 years after purchasing, still got a replacement.Oh and it was RAM.



I haven't bought anything from Scan for over a year but I've never had any issues with my previous orders or when contacting support for replacements/RMA either.
gr8h8me22 h, 32 m ago

Not really any good if you want to upgrade its used all the 8 slots. I …Not really any good if you want to upgrade its used all the 8 slots. I would rather have had 4 x 16gb then I could upgrade to 128gb


That's why you should take only 4x8gb from this (32gb), and sell the oher 4x8gb as a 32gb kit for around 200 pounds
great for chrome
heat
Anyone want to go halfsies?
Bobo.Kijac22nd Sep

Anyone want to go halfsies?


Need them but not now, haven't decided which motherboard I Go for
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