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G.Skill Aegis 32GB (2x16GB) 3200MHz CL16 $169 + Shipping @ ShoppingExpress


Seems to be pretty cheap for a 3200MHz 32GB kit.

  • Part number: F4-3200C16D-32GIS
  • Timings: 16-18-18-38
  • Voltage: 1.35v

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  • Great deal and price!

  • is there any difference between this and GSkill Ripjaw

    • Heatsink design. Otherwise basically identical.

      • Heatsink doesn't do anything when it doesn't really add any surface area. I've heard some of them are glued on.

    • Ripjaws have a heat spreader attached, the Aegis don't.

    • Probably just the looks.

      I think the Aegis is the budget lineup so you may get lower quality ICs/dies but that only matters if you plan on overclocking.

    • Ripjaws part numbers get the same memory IC and layout every time. Aegis can vary based on what g.skill can get in the price bracket at the time of manufacture.

      • It seems to be both the C-dies in circulation at the moment, Hynix CJR and Samsung C-die.

  • G.skill say this can be any memory IC but someone on reddit posted the below.


    I think this is one of the 'b-die' IC's that is more like a c-die for timings. I have it in single rank running 3600mhz 17-18-18-39 @1.35v

    • It is C-die, just incorrect SPD. Your tRCDs are quite impressive though, I couldn't get my tRCDRD below 20 at 3600. I have my C-die (different kit though) running 3733MT/s 18-21-20-30. Active cooling is key with C-die, I've even noticed that some kits aren't stable with XMP due to poor airflow.

      • I need to have another go at it. I was running better timings but lower clock on my r5 2600. 17-18-18-39 is XMP btw.

        r5 2600: https://imgur.com/a/BYTFh7Z

        I haven't got 1866 fclk 100% stable on my r5 3600. I was wanting to do that before pushing the timings again, the flck issue may have been the memory though. I have an r9 on the way from the amazon UK deal a couple of weeks ago. I'll probably end up waiting for that.

      • oh, I have the ALSEYE dual 60mm cooler on it

    • One way to be sure is to check the 042 code on the stick label.

      If it ends in 10C it's C-die.

  • Question about ram for those more technical than me.. i have 4 slots in the mobo, if I fill out the other 2 slots, is keeping the same brand better? Or could I just match Freq. + Timings?

    • What CPU, mobo and RAM?

      Adding 2 16GB sticks may destabilise your current setup.

      • For reference, not looking for 2x16, rather with other deals floating around for 2x8.

        3600 on a 450 tomahawk max. Just have 2x8GB 3000mhz CL15 at the moment (Corsair).

        • Before you buy more RAM even if you're not familiar with overclocking you should at least try the Ryzen DRAM Calculator.

          Most of the cheaper 3600 kits are c18 which is 10ns first word time, the same as 3000c15. You might get lucky and get 3600mhz from your current RAM.

  • Would be killer deal with free shipping.

  • Amazon.com (US) price is $179.05 delivered and easy return etc

  • Can't believe the prices of RAM now. When I built a PC in 2018 I paid $250 for Gskill 16GB (2x8GB) 3200 CL 16.

    • I would argue that RAM was too expensive then… I say this because it was a lot cheaper… then go a lot more expensive (over time), and is not cheaper again.

  • I have one of the biostar b350 boards techfast uses, would this be fine to put in that? Gonna use it for flight sim 2020.

  • Recently I have been getting lot of BSOD with memory management code with G.Skill 8*2 GB 3000 mhz RAM.
    (G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000) Desktop Memory Model F4-3000C15D-16GVRB)
    Using Ryzen 2700x with Asus 470 Gaming board, MSI 5700XT Gaming X GPU. No OC or RAM or CPU. Is my existing RAM not compatible and this one can solve the issue?

    • You could be using the wrong slots if your only using 2 of 4 DIMM. It should be in positons 2 and 4. slot closest to CPU is 1, furthest is 4

      • Yes, thats what I am using. slots 2 and 4. If I remeber, there were numbers against the slots on MB.

        • maybe check if your motherboard has any newer firmware you can install?

          • @Kill Joy: Yes, all latest drivers. Thinking if it is frequency of RAM making it unstable.
            Also, drivers of 5700xt are buggy as hell.

            • @Gaggy: Frquency of the ram doesnt really make any sense to be the issue. RAM can run at fairly low frequencies and work fine (just slow). I'd say you've either got fault RAM sticks or faulty motherboard. Replacing the sticks could fix the issue, or might not. I'd consider making your own post on an AMD type forum or reddit to get advice.

  • Shipping kills the deal $180.30 no cashback.

    This deal is better.


  • Damn RAM is getting Cheap. It was only around 3 months ago I was looking at 16GB (2x8GB) kits of 3200mhz CL16 for around $160. Glad I didn't pull the trigger then, because this 32GB (2x16GB) deal is very good.

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