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Crucial 16GB DDR4-3200 SODIMM RAM $64.71 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Even cheaper… can't believe I bought this for $89 less than a year ago and thought it's a good deal…

Product description

CT16G4SFRA32A is a 16GB DDR4 notebook module that operates at speeds up to 3200 MT/s and has a CL22 latency. It is an Unbuffered SODIMM and can be built either single-ranked or dual-ranked. It conforms to the industry standard DDR4 SODIMM layout of 260 pins and is compatible with systems that take DDR4 3200 MT/s SODIMM memory.

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  • +5

    It's been around this price for months, actually had a slight increase lately. It's available cheaper elsewhere, depending on your pickup/postage preference.


  • Shame there doesn't seem to be any way to know if it's single or dual rank!

  • +1

    limit of 1 per customer, so can't get a kit

  • +1

    Is this the type of laptop ram that can cost us fps though? Like how Jarrod's tech channel demonstrated a while back, etc.

    • if you're gaming on integrated graphics then yes, you would want to run 2 sticks for dual-channel and arguably pays premium for performance kit with lower latency, that's if your laptop can detect or set to run on tighter timing , else don't bother.

    • even for dedicated graphics, DDR4 dual channel vs single channel and also single rank vs dual rank makes difference - as it affects how well CPU feeds data into the GPU

      16gb modules don't have the same issue as 8gb modules so it's safe to install 2 16gb modules of this and potentially see improvements, depending on what your ram is at the moment.

      running single channel DDR4 is not good in any case.

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