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Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16GB (2x 8GB) 3200MHz C16 memory Kit, £82.97 at Amazon
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Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16GB (2x 8GB) 3200MHz C16 memory Kit, £82.97 at Amazon

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Posted 30th OctEdited by:"Tacavas"

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Amazon price matched Ebuyer, great looking memory,
3320665.jpgKey Features:
  • Voltage: 1.35V
  • Latency Timing: CL16
  • Speed: 3200MHz (PC4-25600)
  • 2 x 8GB DIMM Dual Channel Kit
  • Intel XMP Profile Support
  • non-ECC Unbuffered Memory
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Super hot, paid over £120 for these not so long ago
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Edited by: "nightshot" 30th Oct
Let's not forget, the RGB makes the ram twice as fast
evan.radavicius30/10/2019 23:40

Good deal.The new PC build begins. Anyone got a good deal for 6-8 core …Good deal.The new PC build begins. Anyone got a good deal for 6-8 core CPU and motherboard combo ?Upgrading from i7 4690k


Same idea with myself, think im gonna go ryzen 5 3600 with tomahawk
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Bought these for £106 on box.co.uk in May, I guess I can fill the rest of those dimm slots. Thanks.
A quick note that the Ebuyer price does not include delivery. Super Saver Delivery takes the total up to £81.94 and Next Working Day takes it to £84.40 whereas if you're already an Amazon Prime member, Amazon's price includes free one/next day delivery

Heat added for the Amazon Deal
Edited by: "AlpakaWhacker" 30th Oct
Good price, need another two but money is short... Damn.
Good deal.
The new PC build begins.
Anyone got a good deal for 6-8 core CPU and motherboard combo ?
Upgrading from i7 4690k
evan.radavicius30/10/2019 23:40

Good deal.The new PC build begins. Anyone got a good deal for 6-8 core …Good deal.The new PC build begins. Anyone got a good deal for 6-8 core CPU and motherboard combo ?Upgrading from i7 4690k


Same idea with myself, think im gonna go ryzen 5 3600 with tomahawk
Super hot, paid over £120 for these not so long ago
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Edited by: "nightshot" 30th Oct
Any ideas when "GPU's" will drop in prove like ram has?
Still gonna wait to see what black Friday / cyber Monday has to offer, heat added tho
Jamaal_siddique31/10/2019 01:19

Any ideas when "GPU's" will drop in prove like ram has?


Problem with GPU's is, with the exception of some sale events, typically their prices don't tend to fall dramatically until the end of their life when they get replaced by newer models, they'll rise and fall slightly but usually their prices stay relatively high-ish.

The price of RAM however has been much higher in the past couple of years due to a global DRAM shortage which meant that RAM up until about a year ago, was maybe double or even triple the price that you would expect. Prices have fallen drastically in the past 12 months with more DRAM to go about and on top of that a shortage of Intel CPU's meaning that PC OEMs don't need as much DRAM.

It's amazing how in such a short time DRAM went from being in short supply to being oversupplied.
I paid double this price for much slower RAM barely 2 years ago...
Edited by: "Netherspark_." 31st Oct
evan.radavicius30/10/2019 23:40

Good deal.The new PC build begins. Anyone got a good deal for 6-8 core …Good deal.The new PC build begins. Anyone got a good deal for 6-8 core CPU and motherboard combo ?Upgrading from i7 4690k


Hi, PM me. I have a 8700k for sale.
evan.radavicius30/10/2019 23:40

Good deal.The new PC build begins. Anyone got a good deal for 6-8 core …Good deal.The new PC build begins. Anyone got a good deal for 6-8 core CPU and motherboard combo ?Upgrading from i7 4690k


4690k is an i5. I went from that to a 3700x and wow what a difference. I got the 3600mhz version of this ram and it's not keen on running at that speed in my asrock taichai x570, so bear that in mind if your going AMD.
gary.mcrae31/10/2019 06:32

4690k is an i5. I went from that to a 3700x and wow what a difference. I …4690k is an i5. I went from that to a 3700x and wow what a difference. I got the 3600mhz version of this ram and it's not keen on running at that speed in my asrock taichai x570, so bear that in mind if your going AMD.


Maybe its 4790k I haven't opened the box for a while
Still building my pc. Got a pair of these already and a motherboard & CPU left to buy.

Tempted to upgrade to a 32gb set up..
If you plan on pairing these with an AMD Ryzen 3000 series then another manufacturer maybe preferable as mine are not stable at 3200Mhz. I have has to down clock them to 3166Mhz to stop the system blue screening
Let's not forget, the RGB makes the ram twice as fast
Argh... I bought 3000mhz for £140 earlier this year...
PhilAMurray31/10/2019 07:54

If you plan on pairing these with an AMD Ryzen 3000 series then another …If you plan on pairing these with an AMD Ryzen 3000 series then another manufacturer maybe preferable as mine are not stable at 3200Mhz. I have has to down clock them to 3166Mhz to stop the system blue screening


Wouldn't that be down to the motherboard rather than the processor itself?
Good price, I have had the white version of this on a part list for a while as I consider a non RGB air-cooled build versus an All-in-one cooler build with rgb, so it was a choice between the LPX modules or these.

Prices seem to be on a downwards trend since around August : uk.pcpartpicker.com/pro…c16
Edited by: "Puppeh" 31st Oct
AlpakaWhacker31/10/2019 02:16

Problem with GPU's is, with the exception of some sale events, typically …Problem with GPU's is, with the exception of some sale events, typically their prices don't tend to fall dramatically until the end of their life when they get replaced by newer models, they'll rise and fall slightly but usually their prices stay relatively high-ish.The price of RAM however has been much higher in the past couple of years due to a global DRAM shortage which meant that RAM up until about a year ago, was maybe double or even triple the price that you would expect. Prices have fallen drastically in the past 12 months with more DRAM to go about and on top of that a shortage of Intel CPU's meaning that PC OEMs don't need as much DRAM.It's amazing how in such a short time DRAM went from being in short supply to being oversupplied.


Long may these comparatively low prices continue IMO.
I couldn't hold out till Black Friday D:

But if these drop lower next month, 32gb wouldn't hurt
PhilAMurray31/10/2019 07:54

If you plan on pairing these with an AMD Ryzen 3000 series then another …If you plan on pairing these with an AMD Ryzen 3000 series then another manufacturer maybe preferable as mine are not stable at 3200Mhz. I have has to down clock them to 3166Mhz to stop the system blue screening


Is that a common issue? I'm yet to buy a motherboard or CPU and already have a pair of these so that could dictate which cpu I end up going for
Anyone having issues or not sure if that parts will be compatible or not, go to a website called "pcpartchecker". You can do a demo build and it will tell you if the parts will work together or not plus checks to see what's the cheapest price for each part right now. I used it for my ryzan 2700x build just a year and half ago.
Wonder if there’s any better deals on non rgb variant? Deliberately went for a case without a window so rgb isn’t a big deal for me
randomnut31/10/2019 10:30

Wonder if there’s any better deals on non rgb variant? Deliberately went f …Wonder if there’s any better deals on non rgb variant? Deliberately went for a case without a window so rgb isn’t a big deal for me




here
Does anyone know if these would be suitable for a sff build in something like the Dan Case A4?
Deleted my comment by mistake. So better to go for a 3600Mhz variant with an i5 8600K? Or just go double on the the 3200mhz and get 32GB?
Ram does this every other year and i always tend to miss out :/ hopefully it sticks around this price next year when i build a new pc. Just paid 72 for 3000hz stuff. Still youll never tell the difference with 200hz.. even with ryzen cpus. People think there's some kinda black magic with faster ram and ryzen :/ most the grunt is the GPU and always has been.
gary.mcrae31/10/2019 06:32

4690k is an i5. I went from that to a 3700x and wow what a difference. I …4690k is an i5. I went from that to a 3700x and wow what a difference. I got the 3600mhz version of this ram and it's not keen on running at that speed in my asrock taichai x570, so bear that in mind if your going AMD.


Running XMP profiles?
hawler9831/10/2019 08:25

Let's not forget, the RGB makes the ram twice as fast


I have been looking for this comment all thread.

I was not disappointed.
Edited by: "kwl147" 31st Oct
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kwl14731/10/2019 12:38

Running XMP profiles?


Yep, 3 different bios revisions too. It's fine at 3400 which is likely so little difference I wouldn't notice. It boots at 3600 but playing battlefield v it blue screens.
gary.mcrae31/10/2019 12:49

Yep, 3 different bios revisions too. It's fine at 3400 which is likely so …Yep, 3 different bios revisions too. It's fine at 3400 which is likely so little difference I wouldn't notice. It boots at 3600 but playing battlefield v it blue screens.


I'm most surprised to hear that. Must be annoying because you pay extra so you don't need to mess around trying to overclock it. I wonder if you need to increase the voltage? Some board use more power than other?

I've seen something similar when overclocking a 1700x Ryzen CPU. Instability when gaming.
kwl14731/10/2019 13:13

I'm most surprised to hear that. Must be annoying because you pay extra so …I'm most surprised to hear that. Must be annoying because you pay extra so you don't need to mess around trying to overclock it. I wonder if you need to increase the voltage? Some board use more power than other?I've seen something similar when overclocking a 1700x Ryzen CPU. Instability when gaming.


To be fair it was the cheapest 3600mhz ram kit on sale at the time of release of the CPUs. I notice the bios has some saved settings for specific ram kits so I will probably just buy one of those at some point and sell this corsair stuff.
That could be a shout. Maybe if the bios has some preset saved settings for certain ram, it'll play nice with them?
It’s gone back up to £82 folks.
I have two of these in my rig at the moment - amazon.co.uk/ADA…h=1. Do you think these Corsairs will speed up my system much?
Snaps7731/10/2019 08:29

Wouldn't that be down to the motherboard rather than the processor itself?


Possibly, though it could be the memory manufacturer. I'm using a Samsung B-Die kit and had no issues running at: 4000/3733/3600MHz on the MSI Mortax Max (B450M), for now I've settled upon 3600 with tighter timings in CR1 mode.
Snaps7731/10/2019 08:29

Wouldn't that be down to the motherboard rather than the processor itself?


You would think so but apparently it's a problem with the memory controller the Corsair memory uses and how it interfaces with the infinity fabric of the Ryzen chips.
emmpii831/10/2019 09:48

Is that a common issue? I'm yet to buy a motherboard or CPU and already …Is that a common issue? I'm yet to buy a motherboard or CPU and already have a pair of these so that could dictate which cpu I end up going for


I've seen a number of issues on tech forums of people having issues with these memory sticks on Ryzen 3000 but, as usual, it's not definitive. While Ryzen 3000 is definately better than Ryzen 2000 when it comes to memory support it's not perfect, even whe non the motherboard QVL.

Memory isn't that expensive so I wouldn't build a system around your existing memory. You might be leaving extra performance from a new Ryzen CPU on the shelf over an Intel CPU. Depends what you intend on using the system for.
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