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G.Skill Trident Z Neo 32GB (2x16GB) 3600Mhz CL16 DDR4 RAM $295.20 ($287.82 with eBay Plus) Delivered @ Shopping Express eBay


Organised a price drop on this RAM that makes it even lower the deal posted last weekend. If you're looking to upgrade and want something good out of the box without having to overclock too far then this is a good option.

There's also other RAM and M.2 NVMe SSDs that have been reduced.

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  • +5

    not b-die - 16-19-19-39

    • +4

      Yes that's right. Hence why it's more suitable for out of the box without overclocking. Could be SK Hynix C die according to the previous deal.

      • +5

        Sorry, didn't mean as a slight on the deal - just the first thing I looked for. Thanks for posting.

    • +1

      Cheapest in-stock B die price: $389

      I am after the B die version but I don't know if it's worth the extra cash tbh…

  • +2

    For reference, cheapest it's ever been was back in March.

    • Yeah I paid that kinda price when I built my system in November.

  • Tempted to grab another SSD but I don't really need it. You guys think prices will drop again? These prices see regularly available depending on sales.

    • +1

      I guess we will get decent black Friday deals.
      At least I hope we will…

      If you are not in a hurry, maybe it's prudent to wait a bit. BF is on 26/11 this year.

  • Ddr4 are cheaper then ddr3.

    • Yep, you will see the same eventually when DDR5 comes out, and DDR4 manufacturers phase it out.

      Supply and demand

  • 750 SE is PS5 compatible right? Digital Foundry tested the 250GB version and had it working at least, played Ratchet & Clank no worries

    • +1

      I watched that video and it seems to be.

  • Already got 2X8GB of these, can anyone tell me if it'll be good to add another 2X16GB and run 4 sticks?

    • +5

      I wouldn't recommend mixing 8GB and 16GB sticks.

      • -1

        Jay from jayztwocents did a video about this recently. He found that it doesn't matter too much mixing different capacities. What mattered more was to have good Cl timings.

        Full video here for your reference https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRWLYAGaWQ0

        But personally I wouldn't mix capacities no matter what someone tells me cos it bothers me to see weird ram numbers lol

  • Got one, good price, and decent upgrade from my budget ram. Price will drop further I imagine

  • +1

    Umart has had the B-DIE version for $289

    Hopefully another price drop eventually as they are back in stock…

    • +2

      Its $389 and OOS

    • This is what Im holding out for

  • +1

    Can someone tell please what is the big deal with B-die? Just a noob who doesn't know anything bout RAMS.

    • +2

      Samsung produces the best (fastest) ram which are classified as B-die in the market for DDR4. You won't really see that much difference as a normal consumer. These kits are generally geared towards people who have an interest in overclocking or benchmarking.

      It used to be that earlier Ryzen processors would do really well when running B-die, but if you have anything 3xxx series and above I don't think it makes that much of a difference anymore

      At max you might see a 2-3 fps difference in your games and that's about it. I'd say that capacity size should gather more of your attention than speed.

    • +2

      If you want to overclock your RAM b-die is more stable. So for this RAM it would be going higher than 3600MHz and lower than CL16. Why overclock RAM? You can get better performance in some games with faster RAM.

    • its the fastest ram ic, nothing comes close, tighter timings everywhere, exteremely tight trfc and can take extremely high voltages without dying.
      im personally running it at 4000 14-8-15-13-21-240 at 1.62v

  • Anyone did an upgrade from 16gb to 32 gb? how did it feel? not sure if paying almost 300 is worth the performance uplift. I play pretty heavy graphics intensive games

    • +1

      I can feel the difference only if I do some software testing running 5-6 virtual machines on Windows.

    • +2

      Depends on what you're doing. If you want gaming 16GB is usually enough unless you want to mutlitask with programs in the background using RAM or if you play something more demanding. A session of Star Citizen for me chews about 20GB of RAM.

    • Feels good. You just spend $2k on graphics, doubling ram for 300 feels like a win :)

  • Do AMD Ryzen CPUs require some special DDR4 RAM? I've noticed that different AMD CPU families have different DDR4 compatible lists on the manufacturer websites.

    • +1

      Nah not really. Normally what you'll find is that your motherboard will only support speeds like 3200MHz out of the box so enabling XMP in the BIOS allows you to use faster speeds. Ryzen works better with RAM speeds like 3200 and 3600.

      • thanks

  • When did you organise? it was already this price from 12am last night.

  • i have CL18, probably not worth to upgrade lol PVB432G360C8K

  • good price on the 750se 1tb

  • good price

  • Would this be better then the crucial rgb https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B083VN3YFH?pf_rd_p=87030ada-fba... ? Yes I know I need 4 sticks to make 32gb.

  • Thank you for sharing, I bought a sn750se 1tb for my ps5. It's a quite good price for this upgrade.

  • +1

    I bought the 5900x for $699 from their sale too so I reckon that's pretty cheap

    • Hi, do you know how long they usually ship?

      • +1

        Mine is on its way. ETA tomorrow to Friday according to Auspost. In Melbourne.

  • Aw man I hesitated, but does anyone know how long they usually take for shipping? It's my first time with Ebay and Shopping Express and I kinda need stuff asap. I don't know how long they will take

  • are these dual rank sticks?

    • Yes. 2x16GB