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Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz C16 £76.99 @ Amazon
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Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz C16 £76.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 26th Nov 2019

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Bought a set of two sticks last month during a price drop. We got a new price drop again.

Dropped to £76.99 which is the lowest price ever recorded on Camel Camel Camel

Here's the Corsair Marketing Waffle.

CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB PRO Series DDR4 memory lights up your PC with mesmerizing dynamic multi-zone RGB lighting, while delivering the best in DDR4 performance and stability. Every module boasts ten individually controlled RGB LEDs, while wire-free design makes installation simple. Take control with CORSAIR iCUE software and completely customize every module’s lighting to match your system, or easily synchronize lighting across all your CORSAIR products with Light LINK. A custom designed PCB provides the highest signal quality for the best level of performance and stability on the latest AMD and Intel DDR4 motherboards, while specially screened ICs unlock superior overclocking.
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Hate these deals. Paid £105 for these few months back and I've still built my pc yet 🤮
Ooo. This could be it! Got 16GB already but I can bloody max that out with chrome..
ddnvidia26/11/2019 21:22

Ooo. This could be it! Got 16GB already but I can bloody max that out with …Ooo. This could be it! Got 16GB already but I can bloody max that out with chrome..


Yes. Can have 5 tabs open now
evolutionqy726/11/2019 21:25

Yes. Can have 5 tabs open now


Hahaha! Tbf it’s usually at 100-200 it gets full depending on what’s open
ddnvidia26/11/2019 21:32

Hahaha! Tbf it’s usually at 100-200 it gets full depending on what’s open


What are you browsing?
emmpii826/11/2019 21:12

Hate these deals. Paid £105 for these few months back and I've still built …Hate these deals. Paid £105 for these few months back and I've still built my pc yet 🤮


With Brexit looming I got itchy feet, yet every single component has fallen dramatically in price. Infuriating I'm also finding it puzzling why components in high demand are being so readily discounted, as an ex-Intel builder it's an alien concept!
MBeeching26/11/2019 22:06

With Brexit looming I got itchy feet, yet every single component has …With Brexit looming I got itchy feet, yet every single component has fallen dramatically in price. Infuriating I'm also finding it puzzling why components in high demand are being so readily discounted, as an ex-Intel builder it's an alien concept!


Exactly why I jumped on some of the parts..
Ordered two when camel notification brill price
Edited by: "unevenbalance" 26th Nov 2019
zomg26/11/2019 22:05

What are you browsing?


I’m really bad at opening loads of YouTube videos in one or two windows that I want to watch, then dozens of tech sites, the usual social ones, and whatever other random ones I’m looking up, which could be dozens if I’m researching a product, software, reviews, etc
ddnvidia26/11/2019 22:37

I’m really bad at opening loads of YouTube videos in one or two windows t …I’m really bad at opening loads of YouTube videos in one or two windows that I want to watch, then dozens of tech sites, the usual social ones, and whatever other random ones I’m looking up, which could be dozens if I’m researching a product, software, reviews, etc


That was a far less scandalous answer than I was hoping for to be honest. I'm disappointed and you should feel bad
MBeeching26/11/2019 22:06

With Brexit looming I got itchy feet, yet every single component has …With Brexit looming I got itchy feet, yet every single component has fallen dramatically in price. Infuriating I'm also finding it puzzling why components in high demand are being so readily discounted, as an ex-Intel builder it's an alien concept!


It's mainly because GBP has fallen while the manufacturing hubs for components have mostly continued to thrive. I've done the same - shifting money between GBP and EUR for the last couple of years based on the latest spiel coming out of Downing Street...
moneychop26/11/2019 21:34

This or …This or https://www.amazon.co.uk/Viper-Steel-4000MHz-Performance-Memory/dp/B07KXNGWRF/ref=olp_product_details?_encoding=UTF8&me=For Ryzen


"According to AMD themselves, they recommend 3600MHz CL16 as the sweet spot for Ryzen 3000 series processors, in terms of price to performance ratio, and thanks to the Infinity Fabric technology, memory will scale up at a 1:1 ratio up to 3733 MHz, and above this clock speed it will begin to use dividers, and the performance effects of higher clock timings will become marginally smaller."

From Gamers Nexus:

"On platforms where fclock can be pushed a little higher than 1800MHz, it may be worth considering a 3866MHz kit, although we gather that achieving 1900MHz fclock is relatively uncommon and pushing mclock isn’t really worth it if it means giving up the 1:1:1 ratio. AMD does indeed have decent plug n’ play support for kits >3600MHz, but making these kits actually perform better than their lower-frequency counterparts takes some manual tuning of timings and luck with components. Users will likely see far greater performance gains from buying a trusted 3600MHz CL16 kit and following the Ryzen DRAM Calculator’s recommendations than they would from trying to run a higher-frequency kit."


I'm looking for a deal on 3600 C16 samsung b die myself although very tempted by this deal.
Edited by: "stimcity" 26th Nov 2019
zomg26/11/2019 22:44

It's mainly because GBP has fallen while the manufacturing hubs for …It's mainly because GBP has fallen while the manufacturing hubs for components have mostly continued to thrive. I've done the same - shifting money between GBP and EUR for the last couple of years based on the latest spiel coming out of Downing Street...


Even so, with the falling value of GBP I didn't expect to goof this hard as was confident everything was purchased well below average rate. Not the end of the world by any means, though supremely disappointed in myself for misjudging, £60+ in the space of a month is rather shameful.
Edited by: "MBeeching" 26th Nov 2019
moneychop26/11/2019 21:34

This or …This or https://www.amazon.co.uk/Viper-Steel-4000MHz-Performance-Memory/dp/B07KXNGWRF/ref=olp_product_details?_encoding=UTF8&me=For Ryzen



stimcity26/11/2019 23:08

"According to AMD themselves, they recommend 3600MHz CL16 as the sweet …"According to AMD themselves, they recommend 3600MHz CL16 as the sweet spot for Ryzen 3000 series processors, in terms of price to performance ratio, and thanks to the Infinity Fabric technology, memory will scale up at a 1:1 ratio up to 3733 MHz, and above this clock speed it will begin to use dividers, and the performance effects of higher clock timings will become marginally smaller."From Gamers Nexus:"On platforms where fclock can be pushed a little higher than 1800MHz, it may be worth considering a 3866MHz kit, although we gather that achieving 1900MHz fclock is relatively uncommon and pushing mclock isn’t really worth it if it means giving up the 1:1:1 ratio. AMD does indeed have decent plug n’ play support for kits >3600MHz, but making these kits actually perform better than their lower-frequency counterparts takes some manual tuning of timings and luck with components. Users will likely see far greater performance gains from buying a trusted 3600MHz CL16 kit and following the Ryzen DRAM Calculator’s recommendations than they would from trying to run a higher-frequency kit."I'm looking for a deal on 3600 C16 samsung b die myself although very tempted by this deal.


I own a pair of that exact model and they were Samsung B-Die, I've had no issue running them @ 3600 16-16-16-32 and I'm continuing to tighten timings/sub-timings. One quirk I have noticed is that anything beyond 3600 forces my motherboard to run them in command rate 2T despite manual overrides. (Currently paired with 3700x). I'm pretty pleased with them though.
MBeeching26/11/2019 23:20

Even so, with the falling value of GBP I didn't expect to goof this hard …Even so, with the falling value of GBP I didn't expect to goof this hard as was confident everything was purchased well below average rate. Not the end of the world by any means, though supremely disappointed in myself for misjudging, £60+ in the space of a month is rather shameful.


FOREX is ridiculously volatile right now. I've profited to say the least by timing the market over the last 18 months. My winning streak will end soon though, I'm sure. Next milestone of national isolation and failure is January 31st.... place your bets! kill me.
MBeeching26/11/2019 23:31

I own a pair of that exact model and they were Samsung B-Die, I've had no …I own a pair of that exact model and they were Samsung B-Die, I've had no issue running them @ 3600 16-16-16-32 and I'm continuing to tighten timings/sub-timings. One quirk I have noticed is that anything beyond 3600 forces my motherboard to run them in command rate 2T despite manual overrides. (Currently paired with 3700x). I'm pretty pleased with them though.


can't be b die
I got these instead as they are Micron E-Die and overclock very well.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…TG/
moneychop26/11/2019 23:43

can't be b die


Go on, I need to know as Thaiphoon / CPU-Z etc. read them as B-Die - Though the 3733 are supposedly Micron.
Surely there's no way I could be using Ryzen DRAM calculator as a starting point if they weren't?

I'm inclined to suggest a possible motherboard/bios quirk maintaining Fabric/Infinity clocks above 1800 without losing 1T. I'm certainly no expert on Ryzen yet, although I seem to be more than competitive with benchmarks.
Edited by: "MBeeching" 27th Nov 2019
I want the 3600's
Caved. Ordered. Be here tomorrow. When I’ve got some time to tinker I’ll see if I can get the 4 to 3466 / 3600 without really sacrificing timings.
ddnvidia27/11/2019 12:51

Caved. Ordered. Be here tomorrow. When I’ve got some time to tinker I’ll se …Caved. Ordered. Be here tomorrow. When I’ve got some time to tinker I’ll see if I can get the 4 to 3466 / 3600 without really sacrificing timings.


They should do easily with 1.4V
moneychop26/11/2019 23:43

can't be b die


Why?

This isn't true. Corsair / Patriot use multiple sources of chips. Samsung is one of them. Some Vengeance sticks do indeed have B-Die. As do the Patriots EDIT:

Source: hardwareluxx.de/com…ase
Mines arriving today.. great price.
Finally received this. Though may return as the version on the ram is v4.32. Which I have no idea what that is? Its not on the Tomahawk Max QVL.
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