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ADATA XPG GAMMIX D10 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 2666 - $141.99 AC

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NewEgg has ADATA XPG GAMMIX D10 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 2666 (PC4 21300) Desktop Memory Model AX4U266638G16-DRG for $141.99 after coupon code EMCPTEP23 is applied. Ends 4/16/2018
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Nice! Deals seem to have been floating in the $150s for a bit, hope this will be a continuing downward trend. Repped!
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Thanks for the post. In for one!
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Good deal but why would anyone settle for this knowing it will most likely go cheaper?
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Good price, pulled the trigger. I bought it because I needed the part and can't wait. I had purchased Corsair 16GB 3000 for $190, but this is a better deal even if it's a bit slower.
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I thought this deal is better?
https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/11471143
This deal is cheaper and at least on NewEgg the ram on this deal has better reviews (both are a small sample size though).

The only benefit of the other deal is max ram clock speed, but the difference is pretty much irrelevant in real world use. Given the price difference between the two deals either one is "good" for the current market but you can save a few bucks more with this deal.
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I thought this deal is better?
https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/11471143
I'd say both are pretty decent and would come down to preference. Typically (at least historically... not sure about the current mess of RAM prices ... ) the cost to go from 2666 to 3000 is low such as the $8 gap you have between these 2 deals.
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Will these work in a mid 2017 iMac 27 inch?
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Will these work in a mid 2017 iMac 27 inch?
According to:

https://9to5mac.com/2017/06/21/ho...mac-video/

That unit requires SO-DIMM, which is laptop sized memory. The easiest spec to spot with most posts is the number of pins... you need 260 pin DDR4, this deal is 288 pin.

I think ultimately this is good news for you though, SO-DIMM is a little cheaper to buy from what I've noticed.
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Tax from Newegg kills it for me, I wait until <$100 for 16gb DDR4 2666. I will not give in to price gouging. Memory can ALWAYS be made, just a matter of time for new stock to saturate market. 16GB SHOULD cost no more than $70...By then, better mobos for AND/Intel will be in stock. Right now, the memory support SUCKS ASS! You can't even use fater than DDR4 2666? Are you kidding me Intel/AMD?
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According to:

https://9to5mac.com/2017/06/21/ho...mac-video/

That unit requires SO-DIMM, which is laptop sized memory. The easiest spec to spot with most posts is the number of pins... you need 260 pin DDR4, this deal is 288 pin.

I think ultimately this is good news for you though, SO-DIMM is a little cheaper to buy from what I've noticed.
Thanks for the clear info!
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I thought this deal is better?
https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/11471143
Also the Aegis doesn't have heat sinks if you care about those things.
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Is this original recipe or extra crispy? Also do they sell it by the bucket?
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Good deal but why would anyone settle for this knowing it will most likely go cheaper?
Because they need it now.
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