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PNY Anarchy 16GB Kit (2x8GB) DDR3 1866MHz (PC3-14900) CL10 Desktop Memory (BLUE) $79.99

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Not bad if you need some DDR3 memory nod , but memory prices are still outrageous EEK!

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B012DSZKV0 - temporarily OOS but can still order
  • Memory Type: DDR3^
  • PC Type: Desktop^
  • Frequency Speed (JEDEC): 1866MHz (PC3-14900)^
  • Latency (CAS): CL10-11-11-28^
  • Voltage: 1.5V^
  • XMP Support: Yes^
  • Speed Compatibility: Compatible with 1866MHz, 1600MHz, 1333MHz^
  • Warranty: Lifetime Warranty
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Still can backorder if you want...
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The warranty is good...if you plan to RMA DDR3 in 4 years.
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Is there a deal on it's ddr4 counterpart?
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Thanks OP.. in for one
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Wow...last year in April, 32 GB of 2133 MHz was $100 on Newegg. Like...wtf...
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Wow...last year in April, 32 GB of 2133 MHz was $100 on Newegg. Like...wtf...
Like welcome to the free market world
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I paid $25 for 8gb of the same ram like 1.5 years ago. My God how this stuff has gotten so expensive.
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Wow...last year in April, 32 GB of 2133 MHz was $100 on Newegg. Like...wtf...
32GB for $100?! no no no. Never. Maybe you're being hyperbolic and not literal but I can only speak to what you suggest. 32 GB isn't a common offering anyways... that's more of a prosumer setup.
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Like welcome to the free market world
Huh? Free Market world?

It has nothing to do with "free markets", but has everything to do with collusion and price gouging. Memory - and nand - have been artificially limited to drive up prices, and this is not news to anyone paying attention for the last year+.

Welcome to reality; it's not something you read about in an outdated entry level text book.....
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Like welcome to the free market world
more like welcome a world that the mfg's get caught price fixing with each other and get a slap on the wrist compared to the money they made doing it. Every so many years the get sued for it and always lose or settle. This time around the excuse is they are dropping traditional ram manufacturing for 3d stacked ram used in solid sate drives... If the were true SSD prices would of dropped significantly not stayed the same or went up! So while demand has increased dramatically, they are cutting production, resulting in very high prices .....
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32GB for $100?! no no no. Never. Maybe you're being hyperbolic and not literal but I can only speak to what you suggest. 32 GB isn't a common offering anyways... that's more of a prosumer setup.
Never?

So if one could buy 16gb for $50 previously (absolutely saw this price), does that mean it costs more to double the amount to 32gb? Please explain....
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Never?

So if one could buy 16gb for $50 previously (absolutely saw this price), does that mean it costs more to double the amount to 32gb? Please explain....
I'm very sure I bought my 32 GB for $100. It was on Jet too, well before it became a part of walmart.
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I paid $25 for 8gb of the same ram like 1.5 years ago. My God how this stuff has gotten so expensive.
Maybe you got a good deal but I sincerely doubt you paid $25 for name brand RAM. This is a good price for quality dual DIM matched RAM even BEFORE you consider the DDR4 shortage.
Now, DDR4 IS bucking the usual electronics trend of becoming cheaper, 12% overall increase in cost last I checked.

The current gen of smartphones has gone RAM crazy, offering far more in some cases (4 GB is about the perfect balance) in the same cell phones that are mostly used to only check Facebook and FB messenger. It's created a shortage causing the spike in DDR4... not DDR3 BUT DDR4.

Fairly article explaining shortage http://www.pcgamer.com/heres-why-...ve-spiked/
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