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G.Skills Ripjaws V 16GB (1x16gb) DDR4 3200MHz CL16 $88 + Delivery (Free w/ eBay Plus) @ Futu Online eBay

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Back again,not sure how long it will last.

Until stock lasts '-)
Credits to previous poster.

Anyone who missed out on 1x16gb sticks,
can also look at dual channelling via

G.Skill Ripjaws V 16GB (2X8GB) DDR4 3200MHz CL16 Gaming Desktop Memory RAM Kit
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/G-Skill-Ripjaws-V-16GB-2X8GB-DDR...

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    Would've bought 2x of this if I had known instead of the 16GB 4000MHz for $135

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    Might be a dumb question for those who know this stuff, but my computer has Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (2x 16GB) DDR4 3200MHz Memory (ASRock B450 Pro4 AM4 ATX Motherboard)

    Can I add two of these?

    (seriously I am computer illiterate)

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    Anyone know this RAM well? Is it known for overclocking? How would this go against Ballistix?

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      It doesn't work well with my z370-hd3. Cant even run XMP on it.

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      Don't know the RAM well in terms of what die it is and what revision. In terms of overclocking, there aren't many kits around that overclock better than the Ballistix Sport LT (any kit with "AES" in part number, so if you're comparing it to that then it's very unlikely to be a better overclocker.

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        My kit is BLS2K8G4D30AESCK so looks like I may be in luck. Does that indicate e die? I've read about the chip supplier die numbers but how useful is that? Is there anyway to know upfront what die chips your DIMMs are actually made from?

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          Yes, as far as I know, all the "AES" ones are Micron E-die chips. Generally there's no way of knowing what die chips you have unless other people have those same kits and have used a program like Thaiphoon Burner to identify it. That being said, certain brands are more known to use certain chips so you can sometimes make a rough estimate.

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      This is probably CJR which is slightly worse than Rev. E in terms of overclocking.
      This kit of CJR probably can't do 3600 CL14, but the 3200 16-18-18 kit of Ballistix Sport can.
      CJR can do slightly tighter tRFC but other than that, Rev. E matches or beats it.

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        That seems quite likely. If I got this G.Skill kit I would probably leave it at 3200 and just try and tighten the timings as best as possible.

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    Thanks OP bought the 2x8GB 3200Mhz kit for $91.20 for my first Ryzen build. I've only just started looking for memory and was about to get a used Corsair Vengeance 2xGB 2666Mhz kit for $70 and the guy talked me out of it and suggested that for Ryzen look for a higher clocked kit. My first search in Ozbargain and I found this post, so thanks OP this was a great price.