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G.Skill AEGIS F4-3000C16D-16GISB Memoria 16GB DDR4 (2x8GB) 3000mhz £63.53 @ Amazon
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G.Skill AEGIS F4-3000C16D-16GISB Memoria 16GB DDR4 (2x8GB) 3000mhz £63.53 @ Amazon

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Posted 15th AugEdited by:"KiNG"

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amazon state 2133mhz but from manufacture code it is 3000mhz

Aegis DDR4
DDR4-3000MHz CL16-18-18-38 1.20V
16GB (2x8GB)


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PC Memory – G. Skill Ripjaws X Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 2133 MHz CL10 – Kit Dual Channel DDR4 PC3-17000 °F3-2133 °C10d-16gxm (Lifetime Guarantee from G. Skill) Manufacturer: G. Skill – EAN CODE: 848354007524 – Manufacturer's reference: f3-2133 °C10d-16gxm
  • Product description: G. Skill RipjawsX 16GB (8GBx2) DDR4-2133 MHz
  • Memory Speed: 2133 MHz
  • Internal memory type: DDR4

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Great find OP. This should get super hot
You can build a decent 1080p pc these days not that expensive.
£62.31 so even cheaper
Would these be decent for the 3700x?
More than enough. I was actually looking around and found its unanimously accepted that the difference between fast rams in the real world or in games is around 1fps... Yeah. The only real area where you see the impact of speed of rams such as the difference between 2666mhz and 3200mhz is in benchmarks
People love to make such a big deal of fast rams on Ryzen but in reality in games you won't see anymore than a 3 fps boost, so seriously get anything that's 2666mhz or higher, it doesn't really matter
Will this be 3000mhz for sure upon delivery?
f2k815/08/2019 22:55

Would these be decent for the 3700x?


digital foundry has good analysis on ram speed and performance for gaming. See if it's worth it for you:

eurogamer.net/art…e=4
lomax16/08/2019 11:12

digital foundry has good analysis on ram speed and performance for gaming. …digital foundry has good analysis on ram speed and performance for gaming. See if it's worth it for you:https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2019-amd-ryzen-9-3900x-vs-core-i9-9900k-review?page=4


I can’t seem to find any solid beanchmark for this ram paired with a Ryzen 5 3600. Do you know if this ram at the speed of 3000mhz and CL 16-18-18-38 timing would be good enough?

Or do I need to be looking at 3200mhz kits for the 3600 cpu?
dealhunter_66616/08/2019 11:36

I can’t seem to find any solid beanchmark for this ram paired with a Ryzen …I can’t seem to find any solid beanchmark for this ram paired with a Ryzen 5 3600. Do you know if this ram at the speed of 3000mhz and CL 16-18-18-38 timing would be good enough? Or do I need to be looking at 3200mhz kits for the 3600 cpu?


I don't know to be honest. I would think there would not be a lot in it. If you are not gaming above 60hz I would imagine it would make little difference indeed.
lomax16/08/2019 12:09

I don't know to be honest. I would think there would not be a lot in it. …I don't know to be honest. I would think there would not be a lot in it. If you are not gaming above 60hz I would imagine it would make little difference indeed.


I was hoping to upgrade to a 144hz monitor but don’t want to get the ram choice wrong with this processor haha
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dealhunter_66616/08/2019 11:36

I can’t seem to find any solid beanchmark for this ram paired with a Ryzen …I can’t seem to find any solid beanchmark for this ram paired with a Ryzen 5 3600. Do you know if this ram at the speed of 3000mhz and CL 16-18-18-38 timing would be good enough? Or do I need to be looking at 3200mhz kits for the 3600 cpu?



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Modules rated 3000MHz 1.20v, at 1.35-1.38v it should manage 3200MHz CL16-18-18-38.
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These are ok. I recommend the E dies (Ballistix) posted here. They overclock to 3600+ nicely with reasonable timings.
Is it worth getting four sticks on a MSI B350 Gaming Plus board? Wondering if filling all channels = faster. But 32GB is overkill for me.
Title says 3000, Amazon description says 2133. Can anyone confirm what it actually is
MRP16/08/2019 19:17

These are ok. I recommend the E dies (Ballistix) posted here. They …These are ok. I recommend the E dies (Ballistix) posted here. They overclock to 3600+ nicely with reasonable timings.


Yeah saw that post but the timings on this set are the same by the looks and cheaper.
Would this set hold up well with a Ryzen 3600 cpu?
schmoog16/08/2019 19:31

Is it worth getting four sticks on a MSI B350 Gaming Plus board? Wondering …Is it worth getting four sticks on a MSI B350 Gaming Plus board? Wondering if filling all channels = faster. But 32GB is overkill for me.


filling all 4 channels can make your system more unstable (so you may have to run at lower speeds) and ryzen only does duel channel so for bandwidth it dosent get better than 2 sticks
Thanks for posting @KiNG we have added this to the Highlights pages
dealhunter_66615/08/2019 23:26

Will this be 3000mhz for sure upon delivery?


Ryzen has a sweet spot around 3600Mhz, 3000Mhz is definately in the bugdet range and lower end for gaming systems.
A good ballpark or guesstimating the quality of the stick (ignoring tons of outside factors) it taking the speed (MHz) and dividing it by the CAS (C number). The higher the better.
pankomputerek16/08/2019 21:20

Ryzen has a sweet spot around 3600Mhz, 3000Mhz is definately in the bugdet …Ryzen has a sweet spot around 3600Mhz, 3000Mhz is definately in the bugdet range and lower end for gaming systems.A good ballpark or guesstimating the quality of the stick (ignoring tons of outside factors) it taking the speed (MHz) and dividing it by the CAS (C number). The higher the better.


Yeah well from what I’ve read 3600mhz range would be highest end and overkill for most users and myself. Plus the price on a set of 3600mhz is way too high for the performance gains. I think this set at 3000mhz or 3200mhz would be good for a Ryzen build.

This is a great price.
dealhunter_66616/08/2019 21:27

Yeah well from what I’ve read 3600mhz range would be highest end and o …Yeah well from what I’ve read 3600mhz range would be highest end and overkill for most users and myself. Plus the price on a set of 3600mhz is way too high for the performance gains. I think this set at 3000mhz or 3200mhz would be good for a Ryzen build. This is a great price.


Between those try and use the division guide as chances are they will be the same chips if they come close on the division. So you can overclock one to be the other. Buildzoid (Actually hardware overclocking on youtube) has some intense detail on that if youre into it
Edited by: "pankomputerek" 16th Aug
pankomputerek16/08/2019 21:56

Between those try and use the division guide as chances are they will be …Between those try and use the division guide as chances are they will be the same chips if they come close on the division. So you can overclock one to be the other. Buildzoid (Actually hardware overclocking on youtube) has some intense detail on that if youre into it


I was hoping that this ram at 3000mhz without overclock would suit the Ryzen 5 3600
dealhunter_66616/08/2019 12:35

I was hoping to upgrade to a 144hz monitor but don’t want to get the ram c …I was hoping to upgrade to a 144hz monitor but don’t want to get the ram choice wrong with this processor haha


To be honest if you get decent ram but it's a bit slow. Flogging it on ebay you won't lose loads of cash but you might find it's perfectly acceptable and you saved yourself 50 quid.
For this money better take some micron e-die ram, like balistix, I think ending aesk ... 3000 mhz cl15
dealhunter_66616/08/2019 21:58

I was hoping that this ram at 3000mhz without overclock would suit the …I was hoping that this ram at 3000mhz without overclock would suit the Ryzen 5 3600


3200 should be fine,but 3600 will be a bit better
jalaluddin1215/08/2019 23:02

More than enough. I was actually looking around and found its unanimously …More than enough. I was actually looking around and found its unanimously accepted that the difference between fast rams in the real world or in games is around 1fps... Yeah. The only real area where you see the impact of speed of rams such as the difference between 2666mhz and 3200mhz is in benchmarks


If you're playing games at 1080p with high refresh rates (144 or more) then ram makes a huge difference, especially cas latency. I mean easily 10% or more difference, not 1fps. Don't get me wrong, the money could be better spent elsewhere but what you said was pretty far off :p.
dealhunter_66616/08/2019 11:36

I can’t seem to find any solid beanchmark for this ram paired with a Ryzen …I can’t seem to find any solid beanchmark for this ram paired with a Ryzen 5 3600. Do you know if this ram at the speed of 3000mhz and CL 16-18-18-38 timing would be good enough? Or do I need to be looking at 3200mhz kits for the 3600 cpu?


Definitely good enough, sure. It really depends on your motherboard and if you have a high end GPU. If you have a midrange graphics card then 3200 16cl (or 15.. 14 would be very expensive) is absolutely fine. Make sure your motherboard supports the higher frequencies though and Google "xmp' and how to activate it.
swhizzzz17/08/2019 04:15

If you're playing games at 1080p with high refresh rates (144 or more) …If you're playing games at 1080p with high refresh rates (144 or more) then ram makes a huge difference, especially cas latency. I mean easily 10% or more difference, not 1fps. Don't get me wrong, the money could be better spent elsewhere but what you said was pretty far off :p.


Yeah went and looked around again nd you're right to a degree :x
Check this though:
Whys everyone so excited about a £5 discount?
Cuz they can get a free nuggets and chips deal

Hmm so throughout the video like the 3200mhz ram has quite a significant boost over the 2133 and 2666mhz ram by around 8-15 fps in benchmarks. But at around 20:25 of the video he shows a benchmark from playing an actual game live and the difference between the Ram speeds are around 1-3 fps max for the average fps score. Sure in 1% lows there was some variation but this just proves my point. From going from 3000mhz to 3600 mhz you'll see a slight bump up in benchmarks but the difference you're going to see when actually playing a game in your overall average fps is around 1-2fps.
In other words, unless you got unlimited money, go ahead. Otherwise don't waste your money in my humble opinion ^^
aaron_cox17/08/2019 09:19

Whys everyone so excited about a £5 discount?


Never underestimate this website's capacity to lose its mind over a trivial discount on a 2nd-rate product which a retailer is struggling to shift its stock of.
Use Ryzen DRAM Calculator to improve your timings/sub timings and improve performance for free. Hardware Unboxed has a good video highliting the difference some tweaking can have (even on cheap ram like this). There's also a video on how to use the app.
davem17/08/2019 14:17

Use Ryzen DRAM Calculator to improve your timings/sub timings and improve …Use Ryzen DRAM Calculator to improve your timings/sub timings and improve performance for free. Hardware Unboxed has a good video highliting the difference some tweaking can have (even on cheap ram like this). There's also a video on how to use the app.


Yeah the video from Hardware Unboxed was very useful


jalaluddin1215/08/2019 23:02

More than enough. I was actually looking around and found its unanimously …More than enough. I was actually looking around and found its unanimously accepted that the difference between fast rams in the real world or in games is around 1fps... Yeah. The only real area where you see the impact of speed of rams such as the difference between 2666mhz and 3200mhz is in benchmarks


I don't accept that!
Price lowered slightly to £60.56
Edited by: "Neostar" 18th Aug
Just got these, Samsung b-die. But not very good at over clocking, must be a low binned version. My E-die crucial and D-die vengence overclock much better.
Lol it's slowly going down in price again, hopefully within time it will reach my biting point of under £50
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