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G.Skill Trident Z RGB DDR4 RAM - 16GB 2400MHz £134.93 @ Ebuyer
G.Skill Trident Z RGB DDR4 RAM - 16GB 2400MHz £134.93 @ Ebuyer

G.Skill Trident Z RGB DDR4 RAM - 16GB 2400MHz £134.93 @ Ebuyer

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Let's just say I'm very tempted to buy these RAM modules.

Seems to be the cheapest at the moment (without paying extra for delivery)

There's another store called:

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It's £135.35 incl. P+P NEXT DAY

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Finally RAM with RGB lights

For this £135 I would expect someone to come round and fit it as well.

alanbeenthere

For this £135 I would expect someone to come round and fit it as well.



You pay Me and ALBETHERE


Edited by: "VCB-160" 3rd Feb

Dont get it. You should be looking at 3000,3200,3400 mhz and not 2400 mhz.

MuppetSlayer

Dont get it. You should be looking at 3000,3200,3400 mhz and not 2400 mhz.



​You slay that muppet

16GB 3333MHz Corsair was around £80 last year, so at most I'd be paying £90 for this, even taking into account rising NAND costs and Brexit.

alanbeenthere

For this £135 I would expect someone to come round and fit it as well.


Voted cold, this is a shocking price ... X)

MuppetSlayer

Dont get it. You should be looking at 3000,3200,3400 mhz and not 2400 mhz.



​Negligible difference really.

People this is not ordinary RAM it has blinky lights

Neostar

People this is not ordinary RAM it has blinky lights



We're fully aware that it has RGB, and still believe it is over priced thanks.

RGB components, windowed case + gaming peripherals. The sure sign of a person with too much money and tacky taste.

Edited by: "plath" 3rd Feb

plath

RGB components, windowed case + gaming peripherals. The sure sign of a … RGB components, windowed case + gaming peripherals. The sure sign of a person with too much money and tacky taste.



May be the PC could be used to blind or distract enemies at LAN parties?
If LAN parties are still a thing....

lans are still thing.

SaleChaser

​Negligible difference really.


Except in modern games, where there can be a 5-15% boost to average FPS - and that's not the real benefit of faster RAM, as it's the removal of judders and stutters that makes the key difference due to the significant increase of minimum FPS.

In other words, yes, a 10% difference in a benchmark is difficult to feel in-game (who can genuinely tell the difference between 50 and 55 frames per second without a frame counter? :P), but the difference faster RAM can make by removing those little hitches here and there is genuinely noticeable.

mayberts1

lans are still thing.



​ians?

But ....but ..... LIGHTS

MuppetSlayer

Dont get it. You should be looking at 3000,3200,3400 mhz and not 2400 mhz.




Rubbish those increases in ram speed will show no difference at all the only way there would be is if you were using a APU that performs better with faster ram but day to day you wouldnt notice it at all, ive just bought 32gb of Crucial elite from amazon for my new AMD build for £103.

OP i know these have fancy RGB lighting but you can get faster single colour Corsair For £40 to £50 cheaper, you're paying through the nose in my old ivybridge PC i had Crucial ballistix tactical tracer ram and it was great but it was nearly double the price of same speed DDR3 kits. Save the money and put it towards 32gb of a better GPU or something its very very expensive and i think it can be to much if you stuck this in a RGB Board it would look very tacky although in a nice black board it would look cool.

£102
amazon.co.uk/d/C…ram
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71mNn0-Y1KL._SL1500_.jpg

£108 3000mhz
amazon.co.uk/ADA…YV8
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61izDbh3EML._SL1000_.jpg


Edited by: "polly69" 3rd Feb

polly69

Rubbish those increases in ram speed will show no difference at all the … Rubbish those increases in ram speed will show no difference at all the only way there would be is if you were using a APU that performs better with faster ram but day to day you wouldnt notice it at all, ive just bought 32gb of Crucial elite from amazon for my new AMD build for £103.OP i know these have fancy RGB lighting but you can get faster single colour Corsair For £40 to £50 cheaper, you're paying through the nose in my old ivybridge PC i had Crucial ballistix tactical tracer ram and it was great but it was nearly double the price of same speed DDR3 kits. Save the money and put it towards 32gb of a better GPU or something its very very expensive and i think it can be to much if you stuck this in a RGB Board it would look very tacky although in a nice black board it would look cool.£102https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Computers-Accessories/Corsair-CMU16GX4M2A2666C16-Vengeance-DDR4-Enthusiast-Illuminated-Memory/B01HKF59I0/ref=sr_1_97?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1486139289&sr=1-97&keywords=ddr4+ram£108 3000mhzhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/ADATA-Dazzle-DDR4-Memory-Module/dp/B01KIUEUAC/ref=pd_sbs_147_47?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=YY1PNBKSE2HETJDRKYV8



​Fallout 4 begs to differ.

It's only a benefit on systems with weak processors

Banned

X) the same tards that bought the nzxt water cooler for 130 are the ones that are gonna grab this

extra price for RGB lights but ram is 2400MHZ? heh:D

First look at them in action from Linus Tech Tips on YouTube youtube.com/wat…ohU(4 Feb 2017)
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