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Upgrading memory can be an effective way of improving a computer's performance and adding more RAM is the best and most commonly used means of upgrading memory. That said, all those specs and anachronisms can be daunting for the non-techies among us. Here are the best RAM deals on a comprehensive HotUKDeals listing along with a little guide to ease customers through and get their computers working faster in no time at all. Read more
G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32 GB (16GB x 2) DDR4 3200 MHz CL16 - £159.13 @ More Computers
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G.skill 32GB (16GBx2) Trident Z RGB DDR4 PC4-25600 3200MHz F4-3200C16D-32GTZR FAST, GOOD PRICE, GREAT QUALITY RAM KIT
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If you have swap file turned off or lowered to minimum then all of them. Not everyone uses PC like you do ;)


Complete nonsense. None of those games need more than 16GB of RAM (or even that much really). I don't know of any game that does. Of course, how much RAM you need will vary based on how much crap you have running in the background. Any normal user looking to play games is going to struggle to fill up even 16GB though.


Not even remotely true. Most games barely use 10gb, as long as you don't have a bunch of rubbish running in the background.


You’ll be fine on any of the latest games with 16gb RAM. 32gb only really needed for photo and video editing etc. No harm in future proofing though.


Try to put one stick and boot and then add second one.

HyperX FURY 16GB (1x 16GB) 3200MHz DDR4 C16 RAM Memory module, £67.78 at CCLOnline
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Good price and quality memory. Key Features: Voltage: 1.35V Latency Timing: CL16 Speed: 3200MHz (PC4-25600) 1 x 16GB DIMM Memory Intel XMP Profile Support non-ECC Unbuffer… Read more

£67.96 delivered, so not really :)


Cheaper at eBuyer


in my experience, your computer will always find a way of eating all your RAM :P maybe it's just my behaviour that changes, but I can't imagine having less than 24GB RAM in my laptop (8GB soldered, 16GB module... considering replacing with 32GB module) and 64GB RAM in my desktop


Also, 32 is a good upgrade for heavy photo and video editing, especially multitasking. The difference in price isn't as much compared to the multitasking gain


No you got me wrong, I meant get 2 sticks (2x8gb) instead of 1x16gb (1 stick of 16gb) as the performance difference between two sticks and one (even with the same amount of RAM) is huge

Ryzen 5 3600 / MSI X470 Gaming Pro Max + Free CM Hyper 212 RGB Cooler £299 / £369.98 With 16GB 3200Mhz RAM / Swap For 3600x +£20 @ AWD-IT
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Maybe a tad confusing on the title, so will try and make it a bit easier below. I know we've seen the R5 3600 down at £139.98 a week or so ago, which is now gone. But basing this c… Read more

This was the logic I applied in buying the 3600 & a 212 instead of the 3600X.


Litterally didnt read what i said. I said its fine and i would not of changed it. (y) All your comments are very negative with hardly any context, cheer up pal.


The pro vdh max is a better board


Thank you so much for your help! I was personally looking at this MB, https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07W838JXD/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_X9K0EbB47E8XS I have that SSD already (y) . I thought maybe a cheaper PSU? PSU supply is very limited at the moment. Nice case! I was thinking of building into an ITX case but they are much more for the small size factor



HyperX FURY RGB 16GB (2x8GB) 3200MHz DDR4 - CL16 - Memory Kit - £76.27 With Code Delivered @ Cclonlne/ebay
02/06/2020Expires on 02/06/2020Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
£3 cheaper than their main store. Good price for a decent Memory. (y) Some of you might have bought it for £78.96 last week, which is now £79.99 Voltage: 1.35V Latency Ti… Read more

Really sorry, I don't know why is it happening. It's 2 redemptions, should've gone through. :)


Cheers! Tried on phone, tablet and PC. Must not like my account. :-( Just bought for £79.99. :-)


it is still working for me, not sure what's wrong but try typing code or change to phone or laptop might work :


Voucher code is denied for me. Can anyone confirm if it is still working


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Corsair VENGEANCE LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 3600 Memory Kit, £71.99 at Amazon
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Good price and quality memory.

I haven’t much read into timing vs MHz. But previous post gave a spreadsheet where someone has gone to the trouble to test every combination out. The C16 and C18 doesn’t mean it is 2ns out of 18ns difference. There are loads of sub timings as well to consider. For instance I am currently running C14-16-16-18 I think at 3400Mhz. I can also get stable clocks at 3609Mhz but C18/20 timing. The difference in memory bandwidth and latency is not just those timing figures. I decided to settle with 3400Mhz as I require less volt and it was marginally faster.


Thanks for this. So: - IF speed affects a lot of things. - RAM timing only affects speed at which CPU communicates with RAM If the RAM is rated to run at a higher speed (3600MHz vs 3200MHz) but a slower CAS timing (C18 vs C16) then stability is pretty much guaranteed either way, and surely 3600MHz C18 would then give better performance than 3200MHz C16?


Amazing how much prices have dropped on these. Paid around £160 for the same kit in 2018.


great deal, however, the timings are awful. 20-23-23-43? people can probably get 3000/3200mhz ram and get it running at 3600 with lower timings for sure.


You have the actually bus speed which the ram communicate with the CPU as well as the timing ie the amount of time in ns the CPU has to wait to send out the next command to fetch data from the ram. Faster speeds means more commands can be sent Shorter timing means less wait time between each fetch or write command or latency If you have faster bus speed but have to wait around a lot longer to fetch the data then it is no better to have slower bus speed but able to fetch data much quicker. Generally speaking lower bus speed will result in less RAM voltage being applied and more stability in the system overall as the ryzen CPU has what is called Infinity Fabric - basically a network of IO circuits linking RAM, PCIe bus, serial bus, parallel bus etc etc to the CPU chiplets as well as inter chiplet communication lanes. It’s not a very elegant design but it seems to work well enough.

Crucial Ballistix 3200MHz CL16 DDR4 16GB Black - £68.02 @ Amazon
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Ideal for gamers and performance enthusiasts Engineered for the latest AMD and Intel platforms XMP 2.0 support for automatic overclocking or run at JEDEC defaul… Read more

How much voltage are you pushing into yours? I used the DRAM calculator and just tightened/loosened some timing until Memtest ran error free. I'm sure I can tweak some of those numbers.


Those are some interesting numbers. Firstly, your R/W and latency figures look considerably better than mine (which I assume is down to Ryzen 3000's chiplet architecture), but your timings actually look very very slack. How did you arrive at those numbers? IIRC, I'm running mine stable & memtest'ed at 3800 16-19-12-32 on an X570 + 3800x system. I do have a fan on my DIMMs, which may help.


lol i dont think math is the problem...see what i did there...but seriously overclocking in my time there was no GOOGLE or YAHOO or atleast not millions of pages dedicated to that topic...1:1 ratio was always considered to be most stable. dont understand why that is not valid anymore. infinity fabric essentially is AMDs FSB and having a stable 1:1 ratio between the fabric clock and mem clock is logical? all that apart you must have excellent luck getting a b450 board which supports 3800mhz ram and a 3200mhz ram kit capable of 20% overclock with relative tight timings and stable! you should run that memtest...


FSB on Ryzen is 100Mhz and Memory clocked to 3800Mhz (1900Mhz effectively). So, that translates to 100:1900 Which would be the same as 1:19 (3:57) 1x3=3 19x3=57 So the FSB (100) to Memory (1900) ratio would be 57:3 Primary school maths really.. (y) For your other requests there's google.


what is that FSB DRAM ratio reading? care to explain? have you run an overnight memtest?

Dell 9020 USFF With 19" TFT i5 4590S -500GB SATA- 8GB DDR3- Windows 10 @ ITZOO 89.99
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ouch my mistake. Indeed you cant on this particular one , Even is usff , usually there is a riser card for expansion cards, i thought is one of those, but on this model it doenst have any kind of expansion slot , just 2 slots of ram . So for others "IS NOT POSSIBLE TO ADD A GPU"


This is a usff, not an sff, is that definitely possible?


Not a bad kids gaming pc then tbf.


yes you can add a gpu later, but only a low profile one with no external power need it , although the choices are slim


Cheers mate

Crucial Ballistix 16GB Kit (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3600 (Red) - £89.99 delivered @ Crucial Shop
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Cheapest I can find at present! Free delivery. Anodized aluminum heat spreader available in black, white, or red. Low-profile form factor is ideal for smaller or space-limited … Read more

Just purchased. Best price out there at present for speed and timings. Just need an ITX motherboard now....


Same goes for the tomahawk max, but it works just fine.


Is anyone running these on X570 Prime Pro board? According to their compatibility thing, it says it isn't supported. (confused)


Nice! Just waiting for a good B550 board for a new build. Extended timings for those interested - 16-18-18-38


Running these on a tomahawk max & 3700x. Run great!

Crucial Ballistix RGB 3600MHz, DDR4, 16GB (8GB x2), CL16, White - £89.99 @ Amazon
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Currently on back order from Amazon, unlike the option for red or black. Also Ideal for gamers and performance enthusiasts Customize your rig’s color scheme with 16 RGB LEDs i… Read more

That does sound like something even I can do. Thanks a lot 😄


That's some fancy RAM! I like it :) Setting the XMP so your ram runs as 3200mhz is dead simple. Boot into the BIO (likely Delete key on startup). Look for something that says RAM Profile and select XMP 2.0. Save and close :). Don't worry about the calculator I mentioned, save that for a later when you want to gain a few extra BHP!


Aha yeah. Here are the sticks which I ordered Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32 GB (4 x 8 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz C16 XMP 2.0 Enthusiast RGB LED Illuminated Memory Kit - White https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07D5RBR2P/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_TvJZEbQTTZM01 The other bits which you said are currently too technical for me. I'll just learn each part as I go. I only want it for PC specific games and at least as good as a PS4. But I assume on its worst settings it'll be better than a PS4.


That's a good as any reason! TBH, as long as the ones you got are 3200mhz and don't have a massive CAS latency (smaller number the better) they will be perfectly fine :). Don't forget to enable the XMP profile for the RAM in your bios as else they won't run at the advertised speed. If you want to tinker, and went AMD, download the Ryzen RAM overclock calculater, it will give you some recommended numbers to use with over clocking :).


I have just ordered all the parts for my first gaming PC. I sense wanting the best and always wanting to improve things is a slippery slope in this hobby. I went for four Corsair 8Gb's only because they're white and light up.

Palicomp "Quote Beater" Ryzen 3 3300X, 240GB SSD. 1TB HD, 16GB Ram, RX580 £590 (also Optional GPUs choice) @ Palicomp
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Quite alot of folks have been coming to me as of late about the Ryzen 3 3300x CPU, and they have noticed that new CPU is in the previously popular "stryker" package by CCL. As mo… Read more

The handy thing about ryzen chips is they come with the thermal paste already on the cooler and you're ready to go. This comment is not really directed at you just the casual reader who is on the fence about building one. Another thing you can do by the way is buy small reusable heat transfer mats which do as good a job as thermal paste pretty much and the advantage is that you can attach your cooler and take it apart as many times as you like without spreading paste around and worrying about that crap. All the best.


This conversation suddenly got a whole lot more balanced. All it took was a couple of people coming along with their own opinions to add to it. If you want a job done right etc etc The only reason to pay someone to do it is for convenience. Bare in mind they are not some expert they are just a normal person like anyone else and prone to human error.


I got a pre built system (not this company) about 5 years ago because it was working out a little cheaper. A couple of issues - they put the nasty blower style gpu in. The noise was so irritating that I had to swap to an aftermarket cooler. So check exactly what they are going to give you. Secondly and more importantly the CPU kept over heating and I didn't know why. After loads of troubleshooting I realised they hadn't seated the cpu cooler properly, it was tilted so that only a small part of the cooler was in direct contact. After all the fuss it would have been better for me just to do it myself. FYI the worst part of the build for me is adding the coolers! You not only need to use thermal paste but it's the part that requires the most forces.


You over estimate many people's abilities and intelligence. Voila, Brexit.


most folks fear the cpu into the MB, which is one of the easiest things to do, but at the same time, IF something does go wrong, it can also be one of the most expensive and thats from user feedback, so a good option of them with this fear is the combo packages, which sometimes can be a little advantage occasional to get one and at cost, most times it isnt, nothing decent in this area atm, but will need to recheck, use to be some positive ones, but then it went sour half way though lockdown. if i had to list the most hardest part in order of easy to hardest in regards to doing it for myself and ive built tons of systems, some folks would say cable management but thats a challenge i enjoy (yeah im weird..).. for me its prob the mb to case, ive gone though that many cases, and the same bleeding cases over n over ! cant they get the screw holes lined up bloody right at times!. thats prob the most bit i hate, that thought, is this specific case going to go sweet as the last one or going to be a biatch cos some baboon has knocked the machine what predrills it lol.. that person prob worked for MFI what keeps haunting me occasional lol..

Lenovo IdeaPad 3 14 FHD IPS, i3-1005G1, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD, Windows 10 with Newsletter Signup code - £377.99 @ Lenovo
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
You should be able to get this price using the BANKHOLIDAY code but it will definitely work with the newsletter sign up code giving 10% off. Note that removing the 1TB HDD is imp… Read more
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Just received my 4,400 “WOW Points”, basically £44 cash back. Nice!


When you say average specs, and price should be around 300, can u give example of decent specs for around 350-400?. I need laptop for my son (11). I was bit before buying a "cheap" Acer laptop - but soon slow. Literally 5 second delay on every keypress (and that was brand new). Any suggestions? Or at least minimum spec/processor. I have minimal tech knowledge. He not heavy user, not a gamer- but want it decent enough in case he wants to mess around with photo editor now and again. But will be mainly Word, email, YouTube etc. Thanks


I am not getting with this prise when I customise as stated above ... Any advice


This is the kind of scenario I envisaged. Sorry to hear about the aggravation you've had with them (not in the least bit surprised) but at least you'll never make that mistake again. ;)


That's nothing. It took me 2 months to get them to collect my laptop to repair a dodgy battery runtime (4hrs instead of 11). 2 weeks arguing with support that I should be getting close to 11 hours light use, where as they were arguing the advertised 11 hours is only for when it is "shutdown". Yeap, that stupid. Even had an engineer "confirm" this. Then about 6 weeks of trying to get it collected, only the 3rd arranged collection was successful. My emails were totally ignored for weeks. Easily 10+ emails ignored. Ignored on forums, Facebook, and WhatsApp too. Telephone is the only way of getting any response, but means waiting on hold for 30+mins during working hours. Their support forums are a joke, the admins are just Lenovo apologists doing mental gymnastics to excuse their appalling behavior and offer no help at all (ignoring private messages). Currently waiting on parts for the repair. I predict it will be around the 3 month mark by the time my issue is finally resolved. Seems like Lenovo are cheap due to slashing support costs..

Lenovo IdeaPad 330S Full HD IPS, i3-8130U 8GB DDR4 128GB 14" Laptop £348.99 at BT Shop
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Key features Simple, sleek, & premium Amps up your productivity Accelerated graphics performance Rapid Charge Lifelike clarity Dolby Audio Product overview Display Size: 14in P… Read more
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anyone who received theirs can comment on how quite/load fan gets? I received mine and it looks like fan makes loudish noise most of the time, I have 6 years old Asus laptop and i never hear fan going on that one, but this Lenovo from start up its just makes noise then it goes quite and then it starts again even when i have multiple pages open not lick im pushing it to the limit or anything. Just wonder if thats normal. Thanks


Gone UP in price to £539!!!?


Thanks for taking the time. I'll go ahead and purchase as I'm not a gamer at all :)


That's pretty decent for the price (other than it not having 16gb ram) but if you can wait for buying a laptop the next generation of ryzen 5 CPUs have come out but the laptops aren't really out. If you plan on doing any intense work on it (gaming, video editing, rendering) then you'll see a huge boost in performance from the new laptop. If it's just for everyday use this above linked laptop will be fine for it.


Thanks for posting this. Recently lost a laptop to my 3 year old plugging in a usb incorrectly and it frazzling the system so this seemed like an affordable, decent laptop for browsing, working and podcasting. Cheers

HyperX Fury RGB 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 3200MHz C16 £78.96 @ CCLOnline
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HyperX Fury RGB 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 3200MHz C16

They changed the price to 85 and back to 79.99 now (lol) (lol)


Was talking about the Hyper X mate, RGB!


I personally went for the Ballistix sport kits, has AES in the product code. These use Micron-E die which plays really well with the AMD CPUs. Got my 3200 cl15 (or cl16, can't remember) to 3733 cl18. Very stable as well. Wasn't able to get 3800, but you need both good RAM and CPU for that to be possible as the infinity fabric has to be on point.


Is there much difference between this and the non-rgb corsair vengeance that was posted last week for £10 cheaper? Or would I just be paying more for the rgb?


I hope you don't think that my screenshots are of the RAM in title, I posted a link to my RAM. Apologies if it is confusing that I posted about a different type of RAM. Patriot Viper Steel 4400 has no RGB or temperature sensor but has top binned samsung b-die. Compared to my M2Z3600C18 it is simply faster at the same clocks because it can do lower timings.

QNAP TS-251B-4G, 2bay, 4GB RAM, Intel Dual-core CPU, PCIe slot x1, NAS £278.51 at Amazon
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Just noticed the price of this when searching for NAS deals. Been on the lookout for months. Great for Plex and has plenty of memory to run Docker containers. Seems better than it… Read more

Any of the enclosures will support SSDs. However you need to be careful when implementing SSDs in them. It may be overkill for what you need, if at the end of the day all you’re doing is keeping two folders in sync you really don’t need the speed of an SSD on the NAS. If you do put SSDs in there just make sure you enable TRIM on the NAS volume otherwise you’ll find the SSD slow down for file writes quite considerably over time.


Also I have been using my SSD drives for at least 5 years now without issue Is it worth buying a newer enclosure that supports SSD or stick with the normal spinning disk type? I have about £400 £500 all in for it and don't mind spending a bit more for something a bit hardware heavy just in case I ever need it. I found the Synology DS718+ But not sure just yet


I really dislike the idea of having a server backup to a third party Just because there are far too many concerns regarding the websites themselves It's not exactly top secret but I prefer to have the data kept and backed up locally But thanks for the input


If it's only 1TB then you could just pick up a Microsoft 365 subscription, approx £50 per year when on sale, which gives you 6x 1TB OneDrive accounts to play with. This could also work in conjunction with a NAS for an extra offsite back up.


Hi and thanks for the extra information Yes I don't want a single drive for the mentioned reasons 2 single 1TB drives will suffice for my needs Thanks for the heads up, I will be comfortable installing, I am a bit of a tinkerer myself and enjoy building things like Tesla Coils in my spare time :D I'll have to use some home plugs to get plugged in though as my workhorse is too far from my router Should be fine The backup situation I just have never had the time to fully research But I will check out your links and thanks again

CORSAIR VENGEANCE RGB PRO 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3600 C18 Memory Kit, £88.84 at CCL Online
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Good price and quality kit. Key Features: Voltage: 1.35V Latency Timing: CL18 Speed: 3600MHz (PC4-28800) 2 x 8GB DIMM Dual Channel Kit Intel XMP Profile Support non-ECC U… Read more

Got 4 of these, can oc them to 3600 cl16 pretty easily on ryzen. Decent memory for the price


Low latency is better for intel and higher frequency is better AMD Ryzen


I can't remember the exact technical term but the "infinity fabric"? utilised the higher clock speed to gain CPU performance. So the sweet spot for the 3900x is 3600mhz to 4000mhz


Sold out :-(



Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz £85.97 @ Amazon UK
Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
I've been watching RAM the past few days for my build next week. These were £93+ this morning but just dropped to match another online store. So best price around. Well reviewed a… Read more

MSI gaming Pro carbon ac. I can't remember why I picked that one.


What motherboard do you use? I'm unsure which to go for


Basically yes.




On Ryzen platform which is much more susceptible to memory timings and speed. Intel is not so sensitive.

Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz C16 XMP 2.0 Enthusiast RGB LED Illuminated Memory Kit - Black £154.99 @ Amazon
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Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz C16 XMP 2.0 Enthusiast RGB LED Illuminated Memory Kit - Black down from: 167.99 to 154.99 Dynamic multi-zone RGB light… Read more
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I’ve seen several people on the forums saying they can’t get their 2000 series CPU’s over 3200mhz even when using RAM rated at higher speed. Others manage it but there seem to be a silicon lottery.


Cheers I'll take a look. 2600x on a b450. Shame really as the CPU and my 1070 all overclock easily


If you are running Ryzen then look into the Ryzen RAM calculator, here is a start If it is Ryzen 1000 & 2000 series from what I read they don’t achieve the same RAM speeds as 3000 series.


I got a 16gb pair the other week and it just wouldn't run higher than 2133mhz, tried a Z170 board (i7 6700k) and an x570 (ryzen 5 3600) messed around with voltage.. Manual timmings etc. Just wouldn't boot. Got crucial Ballistix ram and it worked instantly.. Even preferred the RGB


Christ I can't even get mine to overclock at all. Like zilch, I have to reset CMOS every time I try.

Crucial Ballistix BL2K8G36C16U4B DDR4 3600 MHz CL16 (2x8GB) 16GB @ Amazon, £92.99
Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
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I managed to get some 16GB 3600Mhz C17 for £75 off ebay, happy with that! Viper Steel


I'm guessing in terms of pricing this is as good as it gets? Was holding out for some RGB


highly recommend ballistix especially for tweaking/overclocking which can also save a bit of cash going for a slower xmp e die stick if you'd put the time in, i run my 3000c15 tactical tracer rgb sticks at 3800c16 at 1:1 flck:uclk for 65ish ns latency in aida64 though silicon lottery is at play to reach 1900 fclk.


Sounds like scam but in practice very effective! Thanks


Add your own LED strip to the case for an extra 5% performance gainz...duh

(Preorder 3/6/2020) MSI MAG X570 TOMAHAWK WIFI (AMD AM4) DDR4 X570 ATX Motherboard £228.49 delivered at Overclockers
03/06/2020Starts at 03/06/2020Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
If people have been loking for a good x570 board to pair with the recent Ryzen 3000 chips. It has been delayed a few times but it looks like its coming out on the 3th June. Couple … Read more
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Hoping Amazon have it soon too!


iv not seen anywhere , im having to wait for amazon as i have a gift card (annoyed)


Anywhere else selling this?


Thanks. Much appreciated. :)


Definitely don't buy the MSI boards listed here. Astock is best of a poor bunch in that list.

Vulcan TUF Gaming Alliance 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 PC4-2880019 3600MHZ CAS Latency: C19 Dual Channel Kit - £84.97 delivered @ Laptops Direct
Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Looking for some decent DDR4 3600Mhz RAM and came across this. Seems to be decently priced from what I've found! Key Specification Capacity: 16GB Type: Dram Speed: 3600MHz Form… Read more
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Seems expensive for flash drive


It's the Price Spy app, you type in the product and it gives you full price information from multiple sellers


CL19 is no bueno, trash for AMD processors.


Sorry, but cold for me. Prefer pay 7 pound more and get CL16 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Crucial-Ballistix-BL2K8G36C16U4W-Desktop-Gaming/dp/B083TRX7FX thank you for your effort.


Which software you are using to track prices?

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