Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz C16 XMP 2.0 Enthusiast RGB LED Illuminated Memory Kit - White £96.99 @ Amazon
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Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz C16 XMP 2.0 Enthusiast RGB LED Illuminated Memory Kit - White £96.99 @ Amazon

£96.99£103.276%Amazon Deals
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Posted 25th Jul
  • Dynamic multi-zone RGB lighting: 10 ultra-bright RGB LEDs per module
  • Custom performance PCB: Provides the highest signal quality for the greatest level of performance and stability
  • Package memory pin: 288. Tightly screened memory: Carefully screened ICs for extended overclocking potential. Tested latency: 16-18-18-36
  • Maximum bandwidth and tight response times: Optimized for peak performance on the latest Intel and AMD DDR4 motherboards
  • Next generation software: Take control in Corsair iCUE software and synchronize lighting with other Corsair RGB products, including CPU coolers, keyboards and fans; also supported by gigabyte RGB fusion and MSI mystic light
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Not bad but would rather get the aorus ram from Novatech for £125 as at least you get some matching dummy modules to fill up the slots with FPS enhancing rgb

You can however buy dummy ram that matches this for about £35 so works out about the same.
Edited by: "barrel24" 25th Jul
Cheaper over at box.co.uk for £94.99.
Edited by: "omfgzbilly" 25th Jul
enthusiast, with those timings
I pre ordered these ones for my ryzen build scan.co.uk/pro…zen pretty much the same price and faster not sure about the timings thou if there any better
Edited by: "bazman28" 25th Jul
It's been at this price for a while and amazon keeps putting it up only to bring it down again.
barrel2425/07/2019 15:10

Not bad but would rather get the aorus ram from Novatech for £125 as at …Not bad but would rather get the aorus ram from Novatech for £125 as at least you get some matching dummy modules to fill up the slots with FPS enhancing rgbYou can however buy dummy ram that matches this for about £35 so works out about the same.


Are you kidding me, you can actually spend money on dummy ram modules now?
TacticalTimbo25/07/2019 19:11

Are you kidding me, you can actually spend money on dummy ram modules now?


Yeh for asthetics. It’s cheaper than buying 32gb when you only need 16gb a lot of people like the looks of full ram bays. Especially in builds built for looks as well as performance. (Custom loops etc)
barrel2425/07/2019 23:01

Yeh for asthetics. It’s cheaper than buying 32gb when you only need 16gb a …Yeh for asthetics. It’s cheaper than buying 32gb when you only need 16gb a lot of people like the looks of full ram bays. Especially in builds built for looks as well as performance. (Custom loops etc)


Can’t say it’s worth £35 though tbh, £10 maybe
Edited by: "V1NNYC" 25th Jul
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