Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 3200MHz C16 White $269.95 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon Global via AU

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Hi guys first deal so go easy on me (hope I've done this right). Picked up a kit myself for my upcoming Ryzen 3700X build thought the price was pretty sweet (considering it's like ~$350 from all the Aussie retailers I can find that stock it). Price seems to fluctuate though I saw it yesterday afternoon for $271 but within a few hours it had gone up to like $290 and now it's down to $273. So I guess you might want to jump on it if you're after this 32GB kit!

Edit: Also don't forget extra 4.5% cashback via Shopback!

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  • -3 votes

    RGB

    That's a yikes from me

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    Also a great deal @ Newegg for Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB for anyone after 32GB for $237, 2666mHz but probably worth saving $40

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      Apparently Ryzen 3000 scales real well with higher clocked ram so I figured 3200MHz is a good middle ground between price and speed :P

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    Also doing a Ryzen 3700x build, what board are you using it on?

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      Looking at Asus ROG Strix X570-E Gaming board. The one in-depth review I saw was very positive also the chipset fan on that board's meant to be very quiet (one of my concerns with the new X570 boards all having that tiny fan).

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        You can save your self some dollars with a B450 x470 board. They even been do the NVME at 5GBs like the x570 boards. The likelihood of PCIe 3.0 saturation by a GPU is unlikely. Also 3700x doesn't over clock much over base, which means there aren't astronomical power requirements of the VRM. Food for thought.

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    I bought this on the 3rd on amazon for $264.04 with the free expedited shipping offer 32gb 3200mhz ram. Came today, was worried seeing that they just shipped in in a normal padded bag, and my pc wouldn't post even when i cleared cmos. Cycled the power and loaded up old profile and adjusted for new timings, and its been working fine so far.

    It comes with lifetime warranty but it doesn't really matter if you buy local or overseas because you'll have to return it to Taiwan for RMA unless the local vendor is kind enough to exchange it for their local stock or to handle to cost of postage themselves.

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      Funny you mentioned packaging I saw one comment about that on the Amazon reviews. What setup are you using with yours? I am coming from an old 4770K setup so very out of the loop though I heard the new Ryzen's shouldn't have much issues with ram compatibility now…

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        I've had a 9700k with a z390 gigabyte auros master since late last year, upgrading from a 4790k. My processor was beggining to get a bit long in the tooth for gaming at 3440x1440p with newer games stuttering, even when upgrading my gpu to 2080 ti.

        I do my uni work and gaming on the same computer and usually have heaps of apps and webpages open. I couldn't be bothered closing them when I take breaks for gaming, seeing as theyre only about 40 min long and I go back to work after. I was hitting the low memory playing warning playing more ram intensive games such as BFV.

        Ram issues have been solved with 2nd Ryzen issues with bios updates, and the latest gen that just came out shouldn't have problems. It seems though for the latest ryzen processors, faster ram over 3200mhz has no significant difference for performance in gaming, unlike the previous gen. For productivity the difference only seems to be several seconds. For ram rated faster than 2133mhz just make sure xmp is enabled.
        Ram has come a long way since 2014, I really just make my ram purchases based on price, brand reliability, and reputation now.

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          Haha yea I can't believe I held onto this 4770K for as long as I did as well. I was looking at 3200MHz ram mainly as a good middle ground between price and performance. I don't game quite as much as I used to (have a disgusting untouched backlog on Steam) but I do quite a bit of photo editing. Beyond Photoshop and Lightroom there is a astrophotography specific software that's super resource intensive and seems want to gobble up whatever I can throw at it so hopefully I'll see big improvements this new setup with 3700X and 32GB ram (and I have a terrible habit of leaving sh!t tonne of tabs open in Firefox lol).

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