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GeIL EVO POTENZA 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 3000 SDRAM Kit $58@Newegg

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Seems like a good deal. Any reason not to bite? I'm looking to get 32GB for a new build.

Edit: Ordered two. The code applied to both. It seems like this RAM gets positive reviews overall from different sources, but there aren't a whole lot of reviews. For the specs, this is a good price. Got 32GB for $115 with no tax and free shipping.
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Last edited by bipsmith August 11, 2016 at 01:37 PM
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Quote from bipsmith View Post :
Seems like a good deal. Any reason not to bite? I'm looking to get 32GB for a new build.

Edit: Ordered two. The code applied to both. It seems like this RAM gets positive reviews overall from different sources, but there aren't a whole lot of reviews. For the specs, this is a good price. Got 32GB for $115 with no tax and free shipping.
It's a pretty good deal and certainly some of the lowest it's been recently. Earlier this year they had 16x2 modules (slower speed) for $90 on Newegg (sometime around June)
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Last edited by glass_tiki August 11, 2016 at 02:01 PM
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Looks like an ok deal. Never heard of this brand before wondering if it's a good one.
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Quote from bipsmith View Post :
Seems like a good deal. Any reason not to bite? I'm looking to get 32GB for a new build.

Edit: Ordered two. The code applied to both. It seems like this RAM gets positive reviews overall from different sources, but there aren't a whole lot of reviews. For the specs, this is a good price. Got 32GB for $115 with no tax and free shipping.
Um you don't need 32gb of ram. 16gb is the max you'd need for anything right now.
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Quote from ZachS7548 View Post :
Um you don't need 32gb of ram. 16gb is the max you'd need for anything right now.
I do a TON of Photoshop and video editing as a part of my job, so I'd get some benefit.
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I do a TON of Photoshop and video editing as a part of my job, so I'd get some benefit.
This!!!! Some people don't realize there are benefits to 32GB of RAM, I wish Adobe and Apple (FCPX user here) would use more RAM to get jobs done faster. I saw one Adobe benchmark say there isn't much point after 32GB right now for video editing.
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I can not confirm whether it can match my computer.
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Quote from paohui5701 View Post :
I can not confirm whether it can match my computer.
Search to see what kind of memory your motherboard uses (search the model number). It will tell you if it is ddr3 or ddr4 etc
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I'm in for two, hopefully they are compatible with an Asus X-99 deluxe.

And yes, I need a minimum of 32 GB. I pull from a database and process it into useful reports. Anything that isn't completely folded by the database server ends up in my RAM. I have to get pretty creative to stay under 32 GB....
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Looks like an ok deal. Never heard of this brand before wondering if it's a good one.
Thier fine I've used them before. Memory is memory other then the timings. Keep in mind there are only a handful of memory chip makers all the rest simply buy their ram and solder it to their PCB board and add heat sinks and stickers. Only overclockers need to be more picky.

(another more rare exception is some ram is tuned for certain chipsets, and may have trouble with some other chipsets for which it was not designed)
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