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AMD Ryzen 2600 240gb SSD 8gb DDR4 RTX 2070 8gb Graphite Windows 10 PC - £968 @ Freshtechsolutions
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AMD Ryzen 2600 240gb SSD 8gb DDR4 RTX 2070 8gb Graphite Windows 10 PC Product Specifcation CASE BUILT INGraphite RGB Gaming Case With Side Window and 2x RGB Fans MOTHERBOARD… Read more
MeistroUK

Ha... Built a few am4 pcs and the only thing I've paired with a320 board is the A8 and A10 apus, the ryzens need better

Oneday77

RTX is the attention grabbing thing here. As for the rest, PC builders need a wake up call. Stop using (poo) motherboard chipsets. A320 boards should only be in low spec or office machines. Saving £10-15 cost over a B or X chipset is inexcusable.

MikeyHenry

That unfortunate RTX 2070 is gonna be triple bottlenecked!

stuellis

Agree and I didn’t see it listed if it’s 2x4gb or 1x8gb. Thinking the worst it’s only going to be single channel.

k6chris

No, the OP simply knows very little about high powered PCs for VR use and is learning a lot rhough the comments here!

Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (1 x 16 GB) DDR4 3000MHz, £95 at amazon
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Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
New lower price.
Szabster

This is extremely hot, haven't seen RAM this cheap for a good while. I'm seriously tempted to get one but I already have 1x 8gb and 1x 4gb in it... 2400mhz all of them.

sion22

I got this at the height of RAM price which cost £150+ back then, for £89 due to price mistake. still havent build my PC yet. seems like it will be cheaper than £89 by the time i get around to build a new PC.

khamito

https://www.gamersnexus.net/guides/1349-ram-how-dual-channel-works-vs-single-channel/Page-3 https://www.hardwaresecrets.com/does-dual-channel-memory-make-difference-in-gaming-performance/7/ https://techguided.com/single-channel-vs-dual-channel-vs-quad-channel/ (note this one tests GTA 5 and shows no difference) https://www.purepc.pl/pamieci_ram/test_pamieci_ram_ddr4_w_trybach_single_vs_dual_vs_quad_channel this is the only non-youtube review I could find that shows dual channel to have a noticeable improvement in performance. It's a bit odd to have such variation between benchmarks depending on system/RAM.

Marko73

Let's hope so then as I've just ordered 2! Oddly enough Amazon wouldn't let me put 2 through on the same order, I had to order 1, twice.

Tacavas

Got 1 delivered, it's 3000, no fear :)

Corsair CMK32GX4M2A2400C16 Vengeance LPX 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 2400 MHz @ Amazon
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Found 14th JanFound 14th Jan
Recent price drop on this.
Emmet_Dallat

I'm using xt3 using flog, I just pretender or whatever it's called for Davinci, I have no probs with 16gb, i7 7700k and 1070ti

Forgottenshopper

rs_tigerblade

All of the above! I have a 7700k and a 1080 running Mac OS. OS X is a bit more efficient than windows but it’s the processor that will make the difference for cutting on. My last Machine didn’t fair too badly on an old processor but now I have the 7th gen I can edit 4k pro res with film convert grade on it in real-time(with 8gb ram). If you’re on premiere you can always use proxies!

The_Pope

Srsly? What's your setup, if I may ask? I'm getting a Fuji XT3 soon and from everything I've read, my 16gb i7-2600k will benefit from an upgrade... What software are you using? Are you grading, animating, transitioning?

rs_tigerblade

Hardly! I’ve been cutting 4k in real-time on 8gb then 16gb for a few years! might get this anyway though lo

Ballistix Sport LT 8GB DDR4 RAM  (4GB x 2)  £37.78 Amazon
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What i can say... 8 GB Dual Channel.Cheap, overclockable RAM, how i checked people got decent speeds with this RAM. My advice - go for 2 packs of this:) Important note, this is p… Read more
Benalex

What do you need to look at when buying RAM?

Josu

Sad, its over;(

stevedarkly

Just a couple of points of interest. There's no such thing as dual/triple/quad channel memory, but there is such a thing as a dual/triple/quad channel memory controller. The important difference is the memory itself doesn't have a "channel type", it's down to the CPU's integrated memory controller to determine how the RAM is configured. An X58 platform for example offers triple-channel operation, and any spec of RAM will run in triple-channel mode as long as the RAM modules are matching - but the modules themselves aren't specifically designed for dual/triple/quad channel operation. The speed designation of 2400MT/s is exactly the same as saying it's 2400MHz RAM. This RAM supports overclocking via XMP to give its rated 2400MHz speed (with a CAS latency of 16), so is technically already overclocked from the JEDEC 2133MHz DDR4 standard, as with most RAM advertising speeds higher than 2133MHz. As an example, my Corsair 3000MHz DDR4 runs at 2133MHz until XMP is enabled in BIOS. Of course it's not advertised as "2133MHz overclockable to 3000MHz", it's just sold as 3000MHz RAM as it sounds more impressive. Overclocking beyond the rated XMP profile is another example of the "silicon lottery", results will vary and it's down to luck of the draw how far your memory will overclock. Realistically though memory overclocking doesn't bring huge performance gains, and while it has some value when you're chasing the last few benchmark points in 3D Mark the gains aren't noticeable to most people. Fantastic price though for RAM that's a step up from the bog-standard 2133MHz.

Josu

Amazon will)))

maddogb

so you will refund me the money if the set i buy doesn't operate correctly at 3000mhz ?

Ballistix Sport LT BLS4G4D240FSB 4GB (DDR4, 2400 MT/s, PC4-19200, Single Rank x8, DIMM, 288-Pin) Memory, Grey  £26.98 @ Amazon
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Found 12th JanFound 12th Jan
4GB DDR4 Ram with a nice heat spreader, not that fastest but good for a budget, makes 16gb just over £100.
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Brad1994

I see thanks for the info 2 XD , think I will pass.

daniielnayylor

Yes but all the ram will run at the lowest settings unless you enable xmp and can over clock this RAM

Brad1994

Can you combine this with the 3000 speed ddr4 over 4 slots, say 2 8gb 3000 and 2 4 gb 2400?

tezray

Nice I have a few sticks of this good stuff and not a bad price for new

AMD Ryzen 2200G 240gb SSD 8gb DDR4 GTX 1070TI 8gb Graphite Windows 10 PC - £816 @ Freshtec Solutions
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Found 12th JanFound 12th Jan
Product Description The Game Max Graphite is made with a very simple but effective design and with the added grey colour gives the Graphite a unique look. There is a… Read more
k6chris

The sell the same model with a AMD Ryzen 5 Six Core 2600 3.40GHz for £50 more, but is the rest of the spec still not good enough??

Riza_Thayanithy

The AMD Ryzen 2200G has PCI Express Version PCIe 3.0 x8. As the built in GFX takes away the extra PCI lanes.

Oneday77

No AMD shortage. It’s a decent processor in its own right. Out it’s depth here though. As I say, expensive GPU cheap choice on the rest to extract (poo)

coventgamer

They ran out of decent processors (embarrassed)

Oneday77

It’s like the product team had been watching some ,”Will it blend” videos. Just toss all that stuff in, let’s see what we can get. Basically they over paid for 1070Ti cards and are trying to maximise the profit they grab from a machine equipped with one.

Corsair CMK16GX4M2A2400C16 Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 2400 MHz £99.59 @ Amazon
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Found 11th JanFound 11th Jan
CMK16GX4M2A2400C16 2,400 MHz DDR4 16 GB
utopiangames

Good price heat from me :)

Xyzac

If you know how to OC and want to save a few bucks. Pretty sure these can hit 3000Mhz easy.

spodham

Looks like you need SODIMM DDR4 ram. They should all be the same number of pins as long as its a DDR4 SODIMM (I think it's 260). Technically it doesn't have to be the same 2400 MHz, but both sticks will run at the same speed as the slowest, so you're probably better going for the same speed IMHO.

Bisal_Dhakal

Do all laptop have same pin or it varies ?. It's 4GB (1x4GB) 2400MHz SDRAM DDR4 Non-ECC. Series 5378. So does it have to be same 2400mhz ?

spodham

Not this one. It's desktop ram and you need laptop ram. It seems to depend which 5000 series you have. This might be of some help. Dell 5000 series ram Sorry I can't be more help with the information I have.

Lenovo IdeaPad 520s, Core i3-7100U, 14" Full HD IPS IPS AntiGlare Screen, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 128GB M.2 SSD £399.97 @ Box.co.uk
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Found 9th JanFound 9th Jan
Hear me out on this one! Many will see the spec and price and think this is not a deal, and I hesitated before buying, and again before posting. But I now have it and I think it is… Read more
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grantem2000

If Box.co.uk go OOS, do try Lenovo direct which currently has stock of same item at same price.

LapisLazuli

3 in stock for delivery I have this and would agree with OP. Tis good

tascheman

OOS

Corsair 163301 Vengeance LPX 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz £229.98 @ Amazon
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Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
Corsair 163301 Vengeance LPX 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz C16 XMP 2.0 High Performance Desktop Memory Kit, Black. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon.
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Forgottenshopper

wilt

3000Mhz c15 has the same latency as 3200Mhz c16.

thomasbyrne

Running with the Ryzen 7 2700x. Asus x470 motherboard. On initial setup they were running at 2133mhz. Just go into the BIOS and change in the settings it's pretty straight forward. There are a lot of tutorials on the internet to follow if you have any problems.

Constainey

Yeah could well be collusion also, although I thought that was the whole point of Government regulation etc.

Minstadave

More likely the memory companies banding together to artificially restrict supply and build up demand/prices: https://www.techrepublic.com/article/samsung-hynix-micron-sued-for-dram-price-fixing-that-could-have-raised-pc-prices/

32GB G.Skill Aegis DDR4 memory 2 * 16 GB 3000 MHz, RAM (DDR4, 3000 MHz) £185.70 @ Alternate
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Found 7th JanFound 7th Jan
G.Skill Aegis DDR4 memory module 16 GB 3000 MHz, RAM2 * (16 GB, 1 x 16 GB, DDR4, 3000 MHz) Single 16gb £97Dual 2* 16gb (32gb) £185.70 Capacity: 16 GBTimings: CL16 18-18-38Price pe… Read more
bbfb123

To heat it up abit more? Wouldn't make much sense. Think you mean a heatsink.

Tired.Ben.Affleck

does it have radiator on it?

Cbeeching

Alright you guys tempted me.. Will let you know how it pans out ;-)

liammacca

Ordered many things from alternate usually via. De site and have had great communication. With support even on there German site. Only thing kills it is £9.99 delivery charges although if price is right then it doesn't matter

DAZZ2000

Never heard of em either but googled them and turns out they’re a Germany based company that dispatch to many countries including UK (for now at least lol). Trust pilot score of 4.5/10 isn’t so great but many reviews seem to be from folks expecting to have purchased from a UK store and are miffed when they find out otherwise. Damn EU 😜

yoyo59

have a look on amazon warehouse deals they usually have z87 / z97 boards for dirt cheap :) yeah I do like what AMD are doing tbh I will probably consider them on the next big thing they release, just watching them closely at the moment

Mark_A

I have done all the usual steps to find the problem and narrowed it down to either the CPU or motherboard. I was thinking of just getting a second hand motherboard, but even second hand z97 boards aren't cheap and if that still didnt fix the problem i'd then have to buy a new second hand cpu, which again aren't cheap. Plus all these parts are now around 4 years old, so I am not sure whether throwing so much money at a 4 year old system is a good idea. I'm trying to hold out until we find out about the new AMD cpus and then might upgrade to that if its a decent performance boost from my old i5 4670k setup. I have been looking forward to playing the new Resident Evil 2 remake ever since it was announced though, so I might end up caving in and upgrading sooner.

yoyo59

if your PC died its usually only one part so if you can find which is the problem, buying that part second hand might be worth it

Mark_A

I'm not sure what you mean by that. I just know that our prices in the UK for most tech stuff is suffering at the moment due to the £ being so weak. The prices might also be high in the USA, I haven't really checked. Gibbo from Overclockers is always saying they have to buy parts in US dollars, so if the £ is weak they get a bad exchange rate and we pay more. There are other factors as well like the Intel cpus being in short supply which isn't helping either. My PC died months ago and I'm priced out of the market at the moment as I can't justify £1000 for what is effectively a sidegrade from my 4 year old PC.

jamesjrl

so why has the price still not recovered to pre insanity prices in the usa either? Oh yeah I forgot, Brexit, so my house will burn down and my cat will die.

G.skill 32GB DDR4 (2x16GB) CL15 ram £176.39 @ Amazon
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Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
Seems to be the cheapest price on the internet for 32gb ddr4 kit of ram and featuring CL15 speeds which is faster than other more expensive ram kits of this size.
Forgottenshopper

frish

To be fair, it's still an important detail that was missed.

bbfb123

Don't see you posting many deals do we you clown? I forgot to put it in the title.

Scottc123

Yeah, didn't realise DDR4 latencies were so much higher on average than DDR3, even at the same clock speed.

bbfb123

50 quid worth of pork scratching

Corsair 16GB DDR4 RGB 2666MHz Ram - £110.39 @ Amazon
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Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
As title, looks like a good deal to me.
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MrSprkle

Thats why I mentioned 2-3 fps, esp if you overclock your memory a bit. I have 2 Ryzens a 1600 and 2600, I am clocking one set of 2400 to 3200 successfully on the 1600X and another set of 3200 running on the 2600 both machines have a RX 580 and the 2600 computer sees between 3-10 FPS higher difference and Id put some of that done to the fact its a 2600 over the 1600X as well as the fact the 1600X's RX580 is 4GB and the 2600 is 8GB... Its no where near a big of an issue as its made out to be.

fadsarmy

Doesn't higher speed mean higher timings unless you get Samsung b die?

aaron1uk

Unless you running them with a ryzen cpu where there are noticeable benfits with 3000mhz ram

RossC91

Supply and demand basically. Been supply problems the last few years so people have no choice than to pay these prices if they need ram

Corsair  CMSX32GX4M2A2400C16 Vengeance 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 2400 MHz C16 260 Pin SODIMM £199.19 @ Amazon
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Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
I've been waiting for these to come sub-£200 for ages! Excellent quality RAM, esp. if you're looking to upgrade your iMac or Laptop. Yes, I know, these were £162 back in 2016, if I… Read more
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SithSurfer

Cool, can I borrow your time machine? Also, highlighted in the deal description.

Forgottenshopper

rp7122

This RAM is for laptops though compared to your linked deal which is full size 288 pin ram. Although nowhere in this post does it say it's for laptops (or some mac desktops).

bbfb123

2400myz at c16 is pretty slow to be honest. Probably why this is reduced. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gskill-32gb-ddr4-2x16gb-cl15-ram-17639-amazon-3158184 Cl15 kit there for £176

TimeZ0ne

That's more like it!

16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 2400 MHz C14 CORSAIR RAM £100.79 @ Amazon
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Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
Corsair CMK16GX4M2A2400C14 Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 2400 MHz C14 XMP 2.0 High Performance Desktop Memory Kit, Black Seems like a pretty good deal to me.
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simonmcnair

If you're looking for deals then the best deal would be to source a matching 8gb stick for the one you currently have imo. You wouldn't really notice the speed or latency difference in most cases, it's only for the hardcore gamers it really makes an impact imo.

Ilykthings

i'm looking to upgrade from 2133MHz 8GB single stick to 2400MHz 2 x 8GB. Is this deal better than the Corsair CMK16GX4M2A2400C16 2 x 8GB for 90 quid on amazon at the moment? it's the C14 vs C16 i'm unsure of, assuming C14 is slightly better but is the price difference worth it or should I go for the C16 model?

simonmcnair

It depends on what you're doing. If you're playing games it probably would make a difference as it wouldn't need to swap out to disk so much when the ram becomes full. In summary if you're playing graphics intensive modern games or doing video editting then yes. If you're not on ultra settings running 60fps then probably not. It certainly won't do any harm to have more ram bit it may come down in price in 6 months time if you look at the trend on the three camels

utopiangames

ATM i can only use 2400mhz as im on a b250 mobo so question is would i see a big improvement going from 8 to 16? I reckon I could sell my HyperX 2x4gb on ebay for £40-£50 so wouldn't be that much to upgrade.

Ilykthings

Could you point me at a deal cheaper than this?

17.3" ASUS TUF GAMING FX705GM, FHD, Thin Bezel IPS, i7 8750H, 8GB DDR4, 128GB NVMe+1TB HDD, GTX 1060 6GB Laptop £1,099.98 Scan
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Found 1st JanFound 1st Jan
I think this is a good deal, not certain so I'm putting on here so you guys can answer that for me
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someone1337

And here's a modern F-14 jetfighter game to match the screnshot of the lappy in OP. It's a gaming laptop, right?:)

brid30

Throttled by poor cooling and 8gb of ram. £1100? No thanks.

dasBOT

RAM is so cheap now why they keep selling laptops with just 8gb?

KC30

this is a far better option similair specs better cooling https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-omen-17-an101na-gaming-laptop-99999-microsoft-store-3152572

KC30

I believe the "TUF" models have shocking cooling performace and throttle badly so cold. Regardless of specs you wouldn't get what you pay for.

4x 4gb 2400MHz DDR4 ballistix RAM at Amazon for £84.99
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First post so be gentle. 4x 4gb ddr4 2400mHz ballistix ram Not a bad price considering the market at the moment. Brand Ballistix Product Dimensions 13.3 x 0.6 x 3.3 cm Item model… Read more
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kittendoggie

You are absolutely right, but consider that the best selling boards based on their price are two-sloters. Most systems I’ve seen, especially those sold complete by Dell, Lenovo, etc, as well as custom ones on a mid-range budget, they come with two-slot (RAM)motherboards. In my opinion 4GB DDR4 sticks do not make sense nowadays. It is the equivalent to 1GB or 2GB sticks a few years ago, or 512MB or 1GB DDR2. It will restrict your system. While I am sure 16Gb is plenty nowadays, I have the FEELING that it won’t be very soon, and by soon I am referring to the next couple of years. This video is interesting to watch: https://youtu.be/HnuNs_Nu46Q having said aid all the above, 16Gb on a two slotter board is impossible with 4GB sticks.

RossC91

Finally ram at the price it should be, hopefully some more like this come up soon

taras

Quite, and nvme ssd for os, and ssd for storage (min) .. Raid nvme for 8k

abdiman

New kid on the block 8)

Brad1994

Great deal!

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