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Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (2x16GB) 3200MHz DDR4 CL16 - $179.00 + Delivery @ Scorptec

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Definitely not the lowest, but seems like a decent price for 32GB if you can pickup. I don't see anything wrong with it.

Edit: Amazon sells it for 167.88 https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B016ORTNI2/ref=ox_sc_ac.... It ships in over a month though. Credit to THX.

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  • +4

    any 64gb deals?

    • -1

      Just get 2 kits?

      • dfg555 didn't clarify, but it might be for a Mini-ITX build which only has 2 DIMM slots. A 64GB kit that's on sale may also be cheaper than getting 2 x 32GB kits since their RRP is usually lower per dollar, no harm in asking.

  • Is this worth it?

    • +1

      If you’re gaming? No. If you’re wanting more RAM for productivity? Yes. Good sticks.

      • +5

        What's so bad about using it for gaming?

        • +4

          I would think the implication was that you dont need more than 16GB for gaming, not that is is "bad" for gaming.

          However, in the event he was implying they are "bad" for gaming… all this stuff about memory speed in latest Gen, if you watch benchmark videos (From memory Linus Tech Tips has a good one), it means almost nothing for performance benchmarks.

          This is… unless you are playing one of the "Great Equalizer" games like Civ 6 or Microsoft Flight Simulator. I believe CPU bound games might be similarly improved by memory, otherwise it wont move the needle much because the memory clock speed there was never a bottleneck to begin with.

      • We have an i5-6400 - would faster memory than this be worth the money - or would we be overcapitalising??

        • +3

          Overcapitalising, any further gain over 3200Mhz would be in the low single percentage gains in benchmarks and negligible in everyday use.

          • @Trance N Dance: Thank you - you are a legend! Just trying to shoe-horn a respectable system for Junior to play on.

  • +1

    Another 10% off if you use zip googlepay.

    • +9

      3200 is a good frequency even for Ryzen (it is in fact the max supported official spec for Ryzen 3000). These particular sticks can be pushed to 3600 easily too, so I don't know where you're getting this from

  • +3

    167 at amazon

  • whats the difference between this and the 3600mhz version? Will it play a major role if i want to play a few AAA games but will mostly be a casual gamer with a few tabs open?

    • Depends on the CPU you're running and whether you're being CPU bottle necked at all.

    • Likely nothing. You can probably run the 3200 kit at 3600 just fine if it bothers you.

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