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Corsair 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3000MHz Vengeance LPX Black $139 + Delivery @ Umart

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Historically not great, but decent at the moment compared to what’s around.

There’s other ones available on special too.

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  • +3 votes

    Have you checked PC part picker AU? This one in red (and several others) around $120 + delivery:
    https://au.pcpartpicker.com/products/memory/#Z=16384002&s=40...

    And some 3200mhz for only $10 more:
    https://au.pcpartpicker.com/product/z3VD4D/team-t-force-vulc...

    • +1 vote

      red is not in stock.

    • +1 vote

      Always good to check PC part Picker but just a note: You have to be careful with Team T as it has compatibility issues with anything not Asus, pretty much. It's fine if it's on the QVL, but that's a narrow band of motherboards, I found. I built a PC this week and I gave up trying to match it and just got Vengeance, which is compatible with everything essentially. There's a reason Team T is cheaper.

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        Thanks, good to know.

        Annoying you can get DDR4 desktop RAM that won't necessarily work in a DDR4 desktop motherboard. That definitely should not be possible.

  • +2 votes

    I'd wait till next year if you can

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      we will be in ddr5 territory by then.

      • +3 votes

        IMO probably not. DDR4 took awhile for it to be adopted, I'd suspect the same for DDR5

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          ddr4 took a while to be adopted because the prices were ridiculously high through price fixing, i doubt the same will happen with ddr5 after all the anti competitive shenanigans that happened before.

  • +2 votes

    Exchange rates are sliding back down again, as the world realises Americans (and their financial markets) are kinda dumb.

    I'd expect better prices again in a month or two, regardless of how this pandemic plays out.

    • +2 votes

      I'm surprised we're not seeing more bargains as businesses shed excess stock in anticipation of the likely worldwide economic depression/recession.

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        What excess stock? It's not like the factories are still churning out products non stop and are able to export to countries without any hinderince.