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Original [eBay Plus] 15% off All Eligible eBay Plus Items (Min Spend $120, Max Discount $200) @ eBay Coupon Deal
Seems like a good price… here we go then — I'm getting another 16 for a total of 32GB RAM. Previously thought this was a stupid amount of ram to have… but seems more acceptable these days haha.
No… you were right. 32 is a bit stupid unless doing specific RAM hungry tasks.
Ah well I do edit video so probably reasonable for me anyway. It's a lot though hah.
Ryzen CPU? If yes, watch out a bit, 4 DIMMs is harder to get working.
@netsurfer: Ah true? I have a Ryzen 3000 CPU.
@Tinqer: Which mobo chipset have you got?
If using RAM that's not on the QVL memory list, the latest gen CPU with latest chipset is much more compatible at full memory speed than previous gen Ryzen.
I have similar Corsair Vengeance 16GB 3200MHz RAM which isn't on the QVL list and it runs at full speed with both 2 and 4 sticks.
@Tinqer: With 2 sticks, I found I was able to run at command rate 1T. With 4 sticks, the RAM modules I have can only run at command rate of 2T. Furthermore, the RAM chips do matter. I am going to guess these are standard Hynix RAM chips.
Probably will be okay if you just run XMP profile. Do run memtest in full. Bought two pairs of DDR4-3200 RAM modules, one set is fine, the other set failed memory test like crazy with AMD Ryzen 3700X. Put that set on an intel based system, passed memory test.
@netsurfer: Hmm interesting. Okay I don't understand many of these terms/features around RAM but I'll definitely be running a memory test then.
3200 seems to be the best value no?
CL16 vs CL15 on the 3000 though.
less than 3 bux difference , why not
There will be some who will argue that 3000 cl15 is a better deal on some cpus than 3200 cl16.
Depends on your CPU and motherboard setup. Intel platform, 3200 makes sense. AMD Ryzen, 2 DIMMs, probably up to you. 4 DIMMs, it can get tricky, depending on the actual CPU and the actual RAM chips. DDR4-3000 is easier to get going. DDR4-3200, check your M/B QVL first.
Ryzen in general just only buy off M/B QVL. Not worth the PITA dealing with flakey or unsupported memory.
Is this post about shallothead (electric bay) or shopping express?
I just ordered my whole build over the weekend from these 2 sellers with the 15% off on the free trial. I didn't see the corsair ram that cheap though (I got G.Skill Ripjaws V 3200c16). I would have got the corsair instead for $116.
Today's the last day though so get on it.
My web scraper picked up a decrease just today.
Not joking, I did the exact same thing over the weekend. G.Skill Ripjaws V 3200 was the cheapest I'd found too … I need to stop looking at OzB after I buy things.
I got my build over the weekend too. Didn't see these, even though it's exactly what I was looking for.
Anyone else remember when this was the price for 8MB rather than 16GB?…
This is kind of amazing, I feel like Shallothead has taken a peek at my pcpartpicker build over the last few days. Saved about $200 so far on my $1700 build.
Looks like the Amazon 3200 has dropped price ($113.94)
Probably worth the extra $14.45 for 3200 vs 2400
Or 122.16 from Amazon (no Ebay Plus) for the 3200
edit: posted above already.
Is this worth getting?
I bought a Techfast build with Ryzen 7 2700, RX 5700, B350M Motherboard… comes with 8GB 2400MHz DDR4 RAM. Should I upgrade the RAM?
i usually recommend upgrading ram, motherboard and power supply when buying from techfast. You should definitely upgrade ram.
Is there any hard evidence that this is for 2x8gb sticks instead of 1x16gb? The ebay listing doesn't say anything specific.
16gb 3200mhz seems out of stock?
Thinking of getting 32GB, 16x2.
Postage says: Standard Postage (Standard delivery)
Does that include tracking?
How safe is Australia post, I've just arrived back in Australia after 12 years abroad, what should I know? How does this post work?
Does this have the Hynix chips? Not sure how is the overclocking capacity of the 3200?