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Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2x 8GB) DDR4 3000 MHz C15 XMP 2.0 Red £115.19 @ Amazon
Found 14 h, 38 m agoFound 14 h, 38 m ago
Just spotted it now before Camelcamelcamel has updated the history - has been a couple of quid cheaper but as of now is the cheapest C15 DDR4 2x8GB 3000MHz RAM I can find https://… Read more

So just to clarify this CAS timing stuff and compare two recent deals, this 8GBx2 3000MHz C15 RAM (15/3000 = 5) is as fast as 8GBx2 3200MHz C16 RAM (16/3200 = 5)? However as the Front Side Bus on the motherboard runs at whatever the clock speed of the RAM is, so a faster clock by using the 3200MHz RAM above would mean overall better performance?


Great Spot, heat added!


Good price for the speed and size.


Good spot, hot (y)


congratulations on your first post.heat added :)

Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) 3200 MHz C16 XMP 2.0 @ 149.99 Amazon or Ebuyer
Found 16 h, 48 m agoFound 16 h, 48 m ago
The utmost memory for overclocking DHX cooling patented technology for ideal cooling Customize the look and feel of your memory with upgradable light bars and Dominator RGB LED a… Read more

Might be the cheapest it's ever been, but still overpriced compared to other ram deals lately


Oooo I've got 16GB of this already Mmmm !


Remember the good old days of running at 2, 2, 2, 6 1T timings (with a mobile Athlon XP CPU under a Thermalright SLK-700 heatsink with tip magnetic drive fan)? Times have fairly changed!


The LPX is different type of ram I have the 3000 LPX now its great stuff i paid 89.99 for it in Jan 2017


On box too Here is the link.

CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX 16GB (1x16GB) DDR4 3000 MHz - £106.22 @ Ebuyer
Found 9th DecFound 9th Dec
Available for delivery now. CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX 16GB (1x16GB) DDR4 3000 MHz VENGEANCE LPX memory is designed for high-performance overclocking. The heat spreader is made of pure… Read more

Those benchmarks really helped, thanks


Higher clock seems more effective and then lower latency has a little benefit on top of that. Results are a little hit and miss depending on what game you play (if you game) where some see a somewhat fair boost, others see minimal improvements. Intel and Ryzen benchmark examples: So while it might be worth going above the top end, I also wouldn't recommend blowing budget on the really high end that are way too expensive.


Understood - thanks


The basic is CAS/MHZ X 1000 CAS/MHZ X 1000 = access time in ns(lower the better). so for this Ram is 16/3000*1000=5.33 NS, so if you have a low latency ram of say 12 CAS(CL) @ 2400 MHZs, its actually better than this one above. There is more complicated stuff which influence the final outcome(which i dont understand) but this should enough to find out which ram is better also faster RAM is better for APU because it use RAM as video RAM. like the video RAM of a dedicated GPU


Thank you - why is that though?

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Corsair - Vengeance 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR3-1600 Memory £85.91 @ ebuyer
Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
If you're still rocking DDR3 then this is a sweet deal

Thank you for this, i finally have 16gb due to this comment at an okay price.




bargain, I think Maplin was selling DDR1 1gb for a similar price




funny isn't it how tech moves on wasn't that long ago we were putting a Dairy Milk Family Bar inside (:I

Corsair CO-9050067-WW HD Series HD120 RGB 120 mm (Pack of 3) £44.99 Amazon
Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
good price this is

Magnetic levitation fans all the way now.. post a deal when they're on sale!


Same price at currys, or was when i picked them up 2 days ago.


The difference between this and the deepcool kit (the only cheap kit worth looking at) is only a few £'s, and its worth the few pounds more. Reason why these HD ones are starting to drop in price is the 'new' ML RGB kits kind of fill this kits spot, but are a lot better in every way - but they are £80 for 3 fans.


I don't mind rgb but my issue is that it should be standardised so there is a universal input. There is so many different manufacturers and everyone has there own software which is mostly incompatible with everything else.


no more RGB!

[PRIME MEMBERS ONLY] Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz C16 RAM - £122.39 Delivered @ Amazon
Found 3rd DecFound 3rd Dec
Lowest price I've seen this 3200MHz kit from corsair and I believe it's verified compatible with all AM4 motherboards! Core Specifications Size / Capacity 16GB (2x8GB) Memory Mod… Read more



I got the same for £62.39 each on Amazon back in October. Didn't think they'd actually honour it but they arrived a month later. :o Sold two of the sticks for £100 profit cause I really don't even need 32GB, let alone 64GB. ;)


Oos now but in a month that will be the regular price


Heat. Hoping to pick up 2x16Gb of this very stuff when prices drop a little further. Now just need to find a decent Ryzen 2700x deal...


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Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (1 x 16 GB) DDR4 3000MHz Desktop Memory Kit - £108.99 at amazon
Found 2nd DecFound 2nd Dec
Each Vengeance LPX module is built with a pure aluminium heat spreader for faster heat dissipation and cooler operation Available in multiple colours to match your motherboard, yo… Read more

Just waiting for the prices to drop to 2016 prices, Corsair CMK32GX4M4A2400C14 Vengeance LPX 32GB kit was £130. Shame about the factory suffering such a loss.


ddr3, 2014 test? 4 years is an eternity


Dual-channel still makes a significant difference on Intel systems in gaming. It depends on the game, but titles like Fallout 4 and The Division really do benefit - and games like Battlefield 1: It's not just benchmark numbers - it does make a noticeable difference.


Not much difference between 16GB and 32GB for gaming which is probably what they meant.


Thanks, I'm glad you posted this or I would have had to.

Corsair K55 RGB Keyboard, Harpoon RGB Mouse, HS50 Carbon Headset and MM100 Mousepad - £99.99 @ Amazon
Found 2nd DecFound 2nd Dec
Amazing price for this peripheral set from Corsair.

The cable and sensor are turd.


Ordered Thanks. (y)


Mine beeps before it's about to die, haven't even used the mic lol. I mostly just play single player games, I don't like the Logitech headphones as it looks like it's build with plastic. I have had a bad experience with plastic headphones.. I have had these for a few months and my hyperx clouds which I have had for years still work. I think they both use aluminum frame. I still think the HS70 sounds better than the cloud which people thought was better than the g930.


I've got the H70 wireless and the mic and drivers are far worst than my old Logitech G930, also the H70 never ever gives a warning letting you know your headset is about to die. Mid game that's a pain in the bum when you can't hear your being shot at.. XD I image this has the same removable Mic as the H70, which is not ideal. You have to place that mic just right otherwise it picks up your breathing, too far away it obviously makes you sound like your talking from a distance. Folks on discord are always complaining about mine. Never had that issue ever with my old Logitech.


Amazing price, yes the keyboard is membrane but has full RGB lighting and anti ghosting. I've used the Harpoon RGB mouse for a year and its been great! I've also got the HS70 headset (same design just wireless) and its incredible!

Corsair Strafe RGB Mk2 Mechanical Keyboard (cherry MX silent) £119 at Amazon
Found 1st DecFound 1st Dec
Another mechanical keyboard deal - I've had this in my basket since it came out and it has just dropped from £149.99. A decent price if you're after a MX silent keyboard and didn'… Read more

It's a very high quality mechanical keyboard at a good price for what it is.


Nice find, thanks!


That was the K70 Mk1 the K70 Mk2 was £119.99.


K70 rgb was £90 on Black Friday so this is not a good deal.


Most expensive .

CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX 16GB (1x16GB) DDR4 3000 MHz @ Ebuyer - £108.99
Found 30th NovFound 30th Nov
CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX 16GB (1x16GB) DDR4 3000 MHz VENGEANCE LPX memory is designed for high-performance overclocking. The heat spreader is made of pure aluminium for faster heat di… Read more

Price increase, £108.99 to £109.79.


Corsair CMK16GX4M2D3000C16W Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 3000 MHz C16 XMP 2.0 High Performance Desktop Memory Kit, White You mean these?


Hi I have 4gb duel set at moment can I mix these can’t find 8gb duel sets in stock did they stop making them


For Ryzen the way the chip works is using multiple smaller CPU to make one big CPU. The network that connects the parts relies on fast memory and having dual channel (two sticks or more) makes a significant difference. I think there is still some ddr4 3000 MHz 2x8gb teamgroup stuff from overclockers for the same price and that will be better. To check what I'm saying look for single Vs dual channel memory Ryzen into google


In the real world the differences are minimal. Video transcoding will be a few (5-ish) percent faster with dual channel, playing video games will be 1-2% faster. BUT there will be more variability from one m/b to a different make, than you will see from single or dual memory sticks. Personally I would go with the single memory stick. Simply because it gives more flexibility for the future.

Corsair HD120 RGB case fan 3 pack - lowest ever price! £44.99 @ Amazon
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
Cheapest it's ever been.

This isn't the lowest price ever for these as Currys had them for 30 quid but camelcamelcamel doesn't see that, I can ever post a screenshot of my receipt.


Why can't they ever discount the maglevs! :( Been on my camel watchlist forever..


I'm a fan of these


Lol, the case doesn't come with any exhaust fans. So I needed at least one fan, a single SP120 was £15. It made more sense to buy the 3 pack with extra controller for £37 as I then I had spare parts. I decided to use all 6 fans as there's no harm in the extra airflow and looks cool all linked up to my Mystic Light settings through my motherboard.


Are these fans noisey or silent?


Nice, I also went for Hyper X Cloud Pro and am really happy with the sound and build quality. (highfive)


I had 2 sets and both of them had the right earcup fail and produce 10% volume of the left earcup. Both happened less than a week of owning. Really crap build quality and plenty of people on Corsair forum with same issue. Really naff. Bought a HyperX Cloud for £50 and never looked back.


Not very good build quality, mine broke after 3 months use, cheap plastics used to attach the headband to the ear cups.


SG18 8NE has some available if that helps anybody.


just a quick example

CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3000 MHz - White at Ebay/Ebuyer for £108.09
Found 28th NovFound 28th Nov
Current Ebay code PRESENTS brings the price down to £108.09 which seems currently the best price for DDR4 @ 3000MHz.



Re-read your first comment. You quite clearly argue gaming as the use case implying that you only need 'low' RAM for stuff like angry birds. You claimed most gamers require higher RAM, and most gamers are streamers. I debunked that point. Obviously there are going to be people who can actually use extra RAM if they're doing high end productivity for example, but that wasn't your argument. RAM is the most easily upgradeable component in the system and instead of admitting fault, you'd rather spew insults and catchphrases other people have came up with instead of make valid counter points. I also didn't say that gamer's don't use more than 8GB, I originally said that 16GB is plenty and then added that a large chunk use only 8GB and another sizeable chunk used 16GB, while your "majority" figure is very clearly a small minority. I recommend that you show more respect instead of an incredible amount of arrogance. TL;DR for those who find 1-2 paragraphs an essay. RAM is easily upgradeable and doesn't require being maxed out while prices are high, and your "majority" has been proven not to be a majority. FYI It is often the intelligent that are filled with doubt, and the unintelligent filled with confidence. Quite ironic really.


Gamers? So your whole argument is based on gamers? The only application you see for RAM usage is gaming? I said future proofing and you say it doesn’t exist because gamers don’t use more than 8GB of ram? You sound like Ubisoft, next you are going to tell me human eyes can’t see more than 30 frames per second. Writing an essay doesn’t make you right. Stop being delusional, not everyone out there is like you. I am not going to waste my time arguing with an uneducated person like you anymore.


Oh look, you brought politics into something completely unrelated. Not only that, it doesn't even make sense since Trump is obviously a disagreeable person and therefore supporting him would contradict the point you are trying to make. Also you shouldn't be proud of yourself. All you do is resort to belittling others purely for not agreeing with you. It is childish. Besides, what you described isn't future proofing, it's just upgrading when the need arrives. I'd argue that plenty of people do similar to you without purposefully "future proofing". You made no counter points, and continually try to use insults and have the cheek to say that I should be the one that should be banned. You have the right to whatever opinion you have, but here you are doing nothing more than self righteous ego inflating. Good job on contradicting yourself too, according to yourself 2GB isn't more than enough for anyone going by OS requirements itself. Since you're in such deep denial about admitting fault, then let me leave you this link: 3.36% of gamers (you know the people you say need 32GB) actually have more than 16GB RAM. 40% use just 8GB, and 30% use 16GB. Now tell us again how the "majority" need 32GB and how only you know what you're talking about. I'm thinking of upgrading my system when zen 2 comes, it is quite likely that I will again go with 16GB RAM because even though I eat up plenty of RAM, it is still plenty.


Yeah, it’s too much! I did, was running 4-way Sli 780 Ti but upgraded to 1080 Ti sli because I purchased an ultrawide (100hz 3440x1440). My GPUs lasted for about 5 years before I upgraded. Thanks to future proofing, I was able to change my GPUs only and still have one of the fastest gaming PCs around. Someone like you would have no use for RAM, 2GB is more than enough for you. I’ve been building rigs for decades, I know my stuff. You think people disagreeing with you makes someone wrong? Let me guess, you like Trump? Lol. I’m just proud of myself, I managed to read through your nonsense and reply to it, won’t do that again.

CORSAIR VENGEANCE LPX 16GB (1x16GB) DDR4 3000 MHz £99.93 with code at ebay / ebuyer_uk_ltd
Found 28th NovFound 28th Nov

Bah same here got excited but want 2 x 8, yes I have the exact same ram in my system and it works great runs OCed at 3200mhz 24/7 no issue, I also have the DDR 3 version in my other PC also very reliable. Hihgly recommend


Is Corsair Vengeance a good type of RAM to look out for?


Got one for myself, thanks! and it's gone.


Aiaiai papi dios mios, scorcio!


Hot damn this is scalding!

Corsair M65 Pro RGB Laser Gaming Mouse - Black, £39.99 at Argos
Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
And Amazon. Compatible with PC and laptop. Includes corsair gaming m65 pro rgb fps gaming mouse, key slider locking tool, warranty card. Optical sensor. 8 buttons. Programmab… Read more

good job its compatible with both 'PC and laptop' !


Top mouse highly recommended


Got the old version of this, the crosshair button was too far in front so couldn't use it, see they've moved it back. Good mouse, still using mine after four years.


Used this mouse for years and loved it, have a Glaive now and not as good.


Got this on deal from tesco for 30, good mouse, have some heat

CORSAIR RMx Series RM650x (2018) 80 PLUS Gold Fully Modular ATX Power Supply £74.99 Novatech
Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
This is a top tier 650W power supply unit and it's the 2018 version. Pretty good price so I grabbed one and decided to post my first deal. Thanks...

Yep that is why the EVGA White labels are tier 6. Which is worrying as lots on here just blindly recommend EVGA PSU's, but like every brand they have good and bad PSU's.


Eek.. is this taken into account when looking at the Linus Tiers?


They might feel the same but there is a reason that the EVGA white label is half the price of the same wattage EVGA G2/G3. I believe the white label has high ripple on the 12v rail so will slowly kill the rest of your components.


I have both in 2 different build, and i say in real life, both are stable. You feel no difference.


Dell sometimes use proprietary PSUs, but if you already have a EVGA PSU then yes it should fit as both ATX. This PSU is a much better than a EVGA white label.

Corsair LL140 Twin Pack plus Light Node Pro £50.99 / £56.47 delivered @ Scan
Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Corsair LL140 Twin pack plus the Light Node Pro to control the LEDs via Corsair iCue. Been keeping an eye on these for a few weeks, rarely seem to go on offer, next best price 64.… Read more
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Or alternatively buy a useful component such as a 500GB SSD lol.


It is because they come with the light node. Not my cup of tea but someone must be buying them.


What i was thinking.


wow those are some expensive fans

Corsair HS50 Gaming Headset Xbox One/PS4/PC - Black/Green at Argos for £36.99
Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
Corsair HS50 Gaming Headset Xbox One/PS4/PC - Black/Green These are very high quality headsets for a fairly cheap price. £36.99 is a steal for these
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Thank you (y) (y)


Could do mate, I personally think the sound is quality and the hs60’s can only be better than the 50’s so good luck with them mate :)


Thanks for reply. Tried all that, after messing around witch pc settings I got it to work. However, there is a issue with the sound sometimes. Might return it and go for the hs60s for £15 more


Try unplugging and push mic all way in takes abit to push it all way in

Corsair Vengeance 16GB (2 x 8GB) 3000mhz Kit White - £114.81 @ Amazon
Found 24th NovFound 24th Nov
I’m pretty sure this is low for this spec/brand VENGEANCE LPX memory is designed for high-performance overclocking. The heat spreader is made of pure aluminium for faster heat di… Read more

Now £118.17


Ram seems to be falling and they expect it to continue to fall for at least the next quarter and maybe longer. There is more capacity coming onlne, but also reduced demand from things like mobile phones. You can follow ram stories on things like gamers nexus. What I have noticed is reductions have been very slow. I wouldnt buy it till you actually need it. It is getting closer to the sub £100 area though and if you are intel then slower ram is adequate, but Ryzen you should be looking at 3,000- 3200 imo.


the vulcan ram has been £100 for ages. dont forget OC have like £10 postage as well.


Cheers I’m trying to build on a budget so might go for the Vulcan RAM. Just need to order before price goes back up


yeah that would makes sense. for me I might as well buy the same. Thanks

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