HyperX FURY 16 GB DDR4 (2 x 8 GB) 2133 MHz £39.99 @ Amazon
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HyperX FURY 16 GB DDR4 (2 x 8 GB) 2133 MHz £39.99 @ Amazon

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Found 7th Jun 2016
Down from 49.99 to 39.99 and not even a lightning deal!
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Super hot!
That's crazy cheap!
ddr5 on the corner

ddr5 on the corner



No good to those with DDR4 chipsets.
Yeah ddr4 is plenty for now ta! great price, bit slow though

ddr5 on the corner



Doesn't exist.

Doesn't exist.


I did not say it does, soon or later will, hence the reductions of the existing ram

I did not say it does, soon or later will, hence the reductions of the … I did not say it does, soon or later will, hence the reductions of the existing ram



What?! That's not how it works.
great!! cheers!!

I did not say it does, soon or later will, hence the reductions of the … I did not say it does, soon or later will, hence the reductions of the existing ram



LOL.

I did not say it does, soon or later will, hence the reductions of the … I did not say it does, soon or later will, hence the reductions of the existing ram


DDR4 is only just becoming the norm. It's going down in price due to them making more of it.
Fantastic value.
Heat added.

I did not say it does, soon or later will, hence the reductions of the … I did not say it does, soon or later will, hence the reductions of the existing ram



Utter nonsense! The drop in DDR4 RAM pricing has nothing to do with DDR5 because DDR5 doesn't exist and don't confuse it with GDDR5 as that's not the same thing.

DDR5 doesn't exist and therefore can not have any bearing on DDR4 pricing!

Please provide a link to when DDR5 will be available please.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 7th Jun 2016

I did not say it does, soon or later will, hence the reductions of the … I did not say it does, soon or later will, hence the reductions of the existing ram



DDR4 has only been introduced into mainstream use about 12 months lol expect it to be around for most platforms at least another 5 years!
I'm holding out for DDR6 :P lol (great price heat added)

Utter nonsense! The drop in DDR4 RAM pricing has nothing to do with DDR5 … Utter nonsense! The drop in DDR4 RAM pricing has nothing to do with DDR5 because DDR5 doesn't exist and don't confuse it with GDDR5 as that's not the same thing.DDR5 doesn't exist and therefore can not have any bearing on DDR4 pricing!Please provide a link to when DDR5 will be available please.



I'd actually guess the next version of ram will be something pretty different.

We have 3dxpoint (not a ram substitute I know) coming and what happened to that hybrid memory cube thingy?

I did not say it does, soon or later will, hence the reductions of the … I did not say it does, soon or later will, hence the reductions of the existing ram



That makes zero sense.
Hi all! Is this any good ram for gaming or should I get ddr4 with 2666Mzh or above?!?

Hi all! Is this any good ram for gaming or should I get ddr4 with 2666Mzh … Hi all! Is this any good ram for gaming or should I get ddr4 with 2666Mzh or above?!?



Seems like some games benefit with higher clocked memory. Depends how much more expensive it is.
Waiting for dd7
Actually nah, ddr9 for 4.99 + free shipping and quidco

Hi all! Is this any good ram for gaming or should I get ddr4 with 2666Mzh … Hi all! Is this any good ram for gaming or should I get ddr4 with 2666Mzh or above?!?


Does your motherboard support DDR4?

Hi all! Is this any good ram for gaming or should I get ddr4 with 2666Mzh … Hi all! Is this any good ram for gaming or should I get ddr4 with 2666Mzh or above?!?


depends on the rest of your system, I got some of these:
ebuyer.com/737…c15
As I didn't want to compromise since I splashed out for an unlocked i7, I have my RAM running below max at 2800mhz (these were cheaper than the same ones at 2800mhz anyway).
the RAM in this post is not exactly high end speeds, It would perform ok in a mid range gaming pc, great for pairing up with a locked processor like a i5 6600 or 6500, maybe an i3 and a non z170 board. I really must say price to performance you cant knock it but if price isn't an issue get something better

Just to clarify... I'm voting hot purely on price.

Ok someone shed some light. I spent £1.8k on my build.I7 5820k64gb … Ok someone shed some light. I spent £1.8k on my build.I7 5820k64gb 2133mhz ramR9 290x 8gb vapor x gpuAs rock x99 extreme41tb samsung evo 850 ssd500gb samsung evo 850250gb Kingston ssd3tb 7200rpm hdd2tb 7200rpm hddBut sony vegas STILL lags and stutters when I go through a layered and complex timeline at BEST - FULL preview window settings.I over clocked all the way upto 4.4ghz from 3.3ghz via optimised OC in Bios and it makes no diffrence in Sony Vegas 12. I also tried the 5960x cpu. Again makes no difference.Is it too much to ask for a completely lag free editing experience!?If I had known I would of stuck to my i7 3770k and continued editing at best settings - auto as there was no lag. I don't care about rendering speeds as that can be done while I'm asleep or out of the office. But the editing experience has to be lag free so I can be creative.



Why on earth didn't you use an M.2 NVMe SSD? Was it the expense and available storage size? Even if you did I don't think it's the SSD that's at fault.

I would try making a RAM disk and loading your projects directly to and from the RAM disk and see if that makes any difference. I don't suggest it as a permanent solution, just for testing to see if you have some I/O issue somewhere on the system.

Also do you have the PC setup UEFI boot with AHCI enabled in the BIOS? There's a quite a bit of basic stuff you need to check too.

Where is the lag happening in Sony Vegas 12? Is it in the preview or through out the whole application? Specifying exactly where the lag happens would be helpful. Have you tried disabling GPU acceleration? There's a lot of reasons Sony Vegas 12 can lag.

Lastly I wonder why you're using a consumer GPU on a semi pro system? I guess you must want to game on it as well?

Edited by: "fishmaster" 8th Jun 2016
InAFalsetto

Ok someone shed some light. I spent £1.8k on my build.But sony vegas … Ok someone shed some light. I spent £1.8k on my build.But sony vegas STILL lags and stutters when I go through a layered and complex timeline at BEST - FULL preview window settings.


Everything which fishmaster said.
Plus what monitoring have you done?
Download a decent hardware monitor (HWiNFO64 for example) and System Internal's Process Explorer. Learn how to use them. Throw the monitoring tools to one monitor (I assume with a near £2k budget you are using more than one monitor: best productivity tool you can get even if the 2nd+ monitors are only cheap TN panels), do whatever is lagging and stuttering. You also have to an idea which part of Vegas you are stressing. Is a disk task, a CPU task, something which is offloaded to the GPU?
Once you have observed that you should have an idea where your bottleneck is.
Yes,it's work but coming in and "saying I spend ££££ and it's still not fast enough" is not helpful.

Does your motherboard support DDR4?



Hi! I'm just about to build a new system with i5 6600k and Z170 based mobo so I guess it does support ddr4.

depends on the rest of your system, I got some of … depends on the rest of your system, I got some of these:http://www.ebuyer.com/737130-corsair-vengeance-lpx-16gb-ddr4-2-x-8gb-pc4-22400-3000mhz-c15-memory-cmk16gx4m2b3000c15As I didn't want to compromise since I splashed out for an unlocked i7, I have my RAM running below max at 2800mhz (these were cheaper than the same ones at 2800mhz anyway).the RAM in this post is not exactly high end speeds, It would perform ok in a mid range gaming pc, great for pairing up with a locked processor like a i5 6600 or 6500, maybe an i3 and a non z170 board. I really must say price to performance you cant knock it but if price isn't an issue get something better :)Just to clarify... I'm voting hot purely on price.



Thanks!

all the jokey comments about waiting for DDR5 and 6, this format has reached its optimum and the next gen of memory will likely be a completely new package or even packaged with CPUs. I stuck with DDR3 motherboard and money saved will go in the pot for when it makes a significant difference.
benfisher1991

If you have a 2500K with 1333MHz/1600MHz RAM, this could be a nice … If you have a 2500K with 1333MHz/1600MHz RAM, this could be a nice upgrade to remove some of the CPU bottleneck. See here.http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2016-is-it-finally-time-to-upgrade-your-core-i5-2500k



Could you explain in layman's terms what the benefit of DDR4 is over DDR3 ? You say bottle neck but is it like swapping a HDD for SSD kind of improvement?

Could you explain in layman's terms what the benefit of DDR4 is over DDR3 … Could you explain in layman's terms what the benefit of DDR4 is over DDR3 ? You say bottle neck but is it like swapping a HDD for SSD kind of improvement?



no chance. compared to hdd to ssd as a performance gain, ddr 3 to 4 wouldn't even register on the scale. It came about mostly as big server farms appreciated the lower power consumption and lower voltages meant potentially better reliability.

DDR 4 wasn't designed for the home user in mind. Getting us to upgrade is just squeezing a bit more juice out of the orange peel. Future memory formats will be closer to, or on the CPU itself which might make difference to a home user.

Note, that there isn't even a steam game that recommends 16GB of RAM yet (or I can't see one) not even the big 3 Virtual Reality systems recommend 16GB RAmM, but it doesn't stop gamers installing it.

I bet most upgrades are to get a better Geekbench score rather than seeing or feeling a real-world gain






Could you explain in layman's terms what the benefit of DDR4 is over DDR3 … Could you explain in layman's terms what the benefit of DDR4 is over DDR3 ? You say bottle neck but is it like swapping a HDD for SSD kind of improvement?



Ignore me, I thought this was DDR3.
This will run on cheaper motherboards no problem. Just bear in mind all the cheaper motherboards this will be the max speed ram that they support. For example the cheaper H110 motherboards support 2133mhz ram but if you put faster speed ram in it, it will be down clocked to 2133mhz. I just built a budget system with a Pentium G4500 and this ram (8gb though) and it flies to what I am used to. With an SSD the boot time is now 13 seconds.

Could you explain in layman's terms what the benefit of DDR4 is over DDR3 … Could you explain in layman's terms what the benefit of DDR4 is over DDR3 ? You say bottle neck but is it like swapping a HDD for SSD kind of improvement?



DDR4 has lower voltages and power requirements which leads to lower TCO (total cost of ownership) for owners of big server farms. For the consumer DDR4 has two advantages. The first is similar to server requirements, DDR4's lower power usage means better battery life in laptops, tablets and phones. More premium DDR4 also clocks faster than the equivalent DDR3 which for overclockers and other "enthusiasts" means squeezing an extra percent or two. In most real world use cases however you won't notice.

Hi! I'm just about to build a new system with i5 6600k and Z170 based … Hi! I'm just about to build a new system with i5 6600k and Z170 based mobo so I guess it does support ddr4.


An unlocked processor and a z170 board... yeah get better ram than this you deserve it.
Fantastic bargain, HOT
Fantastic price. Might have been tempted if it were not for having purchased 2x 4GB modules already (which I think is enough for the moment as I don't do gaming). Essentially the same as this, but 2400 MHz
Where can I pre-order DDR8, please? I'm prepared to wait, of course.... I just want the best.

By the way, I've got pre-orders in for Human Centipede 11 to 13, if anybody's interested.

Hi all! Is this any good ram for gaming or should I get ddr4 with 2666Mzh … Hi all! Is this any good ram for gaming or should I get ddr4 with 2666Mzh or above?!?



I got 16GB Corsair Performance RAM 2666, delivered for 50 quid about 5 months ago off eBay, the clock difference will improve your games for sure (not all but some)

If you can spare an extra 10-15 quid you wont be disappointed. This is a great deal for your average DDR4 RAM tho

Everything which fishmaster said. Plus what monitoring have you … Everything which fishmaster said. Plus what monitoring have you done?Download a decent hardware monitor (HWiNFO64 for example) and System Internal's Process Explorer. Learn how to use them. Throw the monitoring tools to one monitor (I assume with a near £2k budget you are using more than one monitor: best productivity tool you can get even if the 2nd+ monitors are only cheap TN panels), do whatever is lagging and stuttering. You also have to an idea which part of Vegas you are stressing. Is a disk task, a CPU task, something which is offloaded to the GPU?Once you have observed that you should have an idea where your bottleneck is.Yes,it's work but coming in and "saying I spend ££££ and it's still not fast enough" is not helpful.



He's fixed it, it needed GPU processing (acceleration) enabling.
neroneuk

ddr5 on the corner



​Yes the 2030 corner (_;)
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