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16GB (2x8GB) G.Skill Ripjaws V 288-Pin DDR4 2666 Desktop Memory EXPIRED

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Newegg has select 16GB (2x8GB) G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 288-Pin DDR4 Desktop Memory on sale from $83.99 listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks Discombobulated
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Last Edited by Bombebomb February 6, 2019 at 09:43 AM
DDR4 2666 (PC4 21300)
Timing 19-19-19-43
CAS Latency 19
Voltage 1.2V

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Finally, RAM prices are hitting 2016 levels.
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I currently have the series 3600 in my system. The CAS latency is an abysmal 19. I lowered the speed to 3400 and tightened the timings to 16-17-17-31. Works like a champ.
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Personally I scooped up the 2 x 16gb 3000 GSKILL RAM for $175 might go lower but building a computer and have watched it fall 20% + already
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Finally, RAM prices are hitting 2016 levels.
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No deal for 3400? Argh
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Was going to jump on this but can't find these models in the compatibility list for my target motherboard (MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC)
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Looking to build a gaming desktop with ryzen 2600 and sapphire 580. I don't do streaming or photoshop mostly will just use for gaming and simple processing, would I notice a significant difference in the 2666 MHz ram vs 3000mhz for cost? Thanks!
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dumn, bought the 3000MHz kit for $105 in last sale.
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Man! I just bought the 3000 for $109.99 last week and it hasn't even been delivered yet. First I missed the 860 EVO and now this. Doesn't look like they price match without that "Price Match" badge.
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Looking to build a gaming desktop with ryzen 2600 and sapphire 580. I don't do streaming or photoshop mostly will just use for gaming and simple processing, would I notice a significant difference in the 2666 MHz ram vs 3000mhz for cost? Thanks!
Dont know about the reality. But in paper, the 2666MHz kit is 19 latency and the 3000Mhz kit is 15 latency, so by calculation, the speed ratio is roughly 7:10. The 3000MHz kit is 43% faster.
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Was going to jump on this but can't find these models in the compatibility list for my target motherboard (MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC)
Latest bios with agesa 1.0.0.6 has a good chance of working well with them.
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