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Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz C16 £141.99 at Amazon
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Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz C16 £141.99 at Amazon

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Posted 19th JulEdited by:"Tacavas"

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Nice find mate, already got mine though, it's very nice stuff

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Edited by: "LazybeatX" 19th Jul
This is gonna go hot
It's the best time to buy RAM, everything in tech releated world indicates that the RAM prices are going to go UP, and with significant jump, Christmas is over chaps. Jump on the train or weave for goodbye.
Tired.Ben.Affleck19/07/2019 22:18

It's the best time to buy RAM, everything in tech releated world indicates …It's the best time to buy RAM, everything in tech releated world indicates that the RAM prices are going to go UP, and with significant jump, Christmas is over chaps. Jump on the train or weave for goodbye.


So you also heard about the DRAM situation as well? Remind me, is it something to do with a factory disaster or a manfacturers ramping down production and then kinda forcing the economy for RAM to go up?

Oh yeah, stonking price when you get them in 6-29 days after despatch :P
Edited by: "trueno2k" 19th Jul
If only the black version was on offer too! Heat added!
Edited by: "Hendy123" 19th Jul
its showing £172 now
trueno2k19/07/2019 23:02

So you also heard about the DRAM situation as well? Remind me, is it …So you also heard about the DRAM situation as well? Remind me, is it something to do with a factory disaster or a manfacturers ramping down production and then kinda forcing the economy for RAM to go up?Oh yeah, stonking price when you get them in 6-29 days after despatch :P



Japan Korea trade war and a Toshiba factory power outage - Caused panic buying. RAM/SSD in the channel is already up, not a huge amount, probably 10 points, I suspect a couple of turbulent months but nothing drastic like before as NAND is now relatively regulated.
Damanc19/07/2019 23:43

Japan Korea trade war and a Toshiba factory power outage - Caused panic …Japan Korea trade war and a Toshiba factory power outage - Caused panic buying. RAM/SSD in the channel is already up, not a huge amount, probably 10 points, I suspect a couple of turbulent months but nothing drastic like before as NAND is now relatively regulated.


Wasn’t the Toshiba factory a NAND problem?
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