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SuperBiiz.com has 32GB Samsung DDR4 2666 SO-DIMM Laptop Memory (M471A4G43MB1-CTDD0) for $223.99 -> now $213.99. Shipping is free. Thanks mavalpha
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This is very much a niche product- if you have to ask, don't buy it. Period, full stop. But if you're in that niche, this is the lowest it's been compared to a normal $300+ price tag.

Should work in 2018 Mac Mini, Asrock X299E-ITX motherboard, or Intel laptop or NUC 6th gen or higher as long as the slots are there.
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How did you figure that out???
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But odds are that anyone doing either of those (especially VMware) wouldn't need to ask. Stick Out Tongue
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Not overkill if u are doing vmware related stuff or making a ram drive Big Grin
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Not sure if this works on Alienware 17 R5. So tempted.
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Not sure if this works on Alienware 17 R5. So tempted.
If you have to ask, you don't need it. Stick Out Tongue

But yes, it probably will. Crucial's lookup tool [crucial.com] says yours has the right slots (2x DDR4), and the processor is new enough to support 32GB DIMMs. But it'll be overkill.
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If you have to ask, you don't need it. Stick Out Tongue

But yes, it probably will. Crucial's lookup tool [crucial.com] says yours has the right slots (2x DDR4), and the processor is new enough to support 32GB DIMMs. But it'll be overkill.
Not overkill if u are doing vmware related stuff or making a ram drive Big Grin
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Need 2 to get 64gb.
How did you figure that out???
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now i can run 14 VMs on my laptop. Thanks OP
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But odds are that anyone doing either of those (especially VMware) wouldn't need to ask. Stick Out Tongue
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And yet we are still seeing [expensive] laptops sold with only 8gb on board RAM and not so smart folks that buy them.
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I have an Area 51m on order.

I have 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance ready to install. This would be just a few bucks more to go with two sticks instead of four. Any advantage?
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Great price. I am tempted to get one for a 2018 Mac Mini, which I don't even have yet! Anyone want to speculate if the price will drop further on this in the next couple months? This single module is about the same price of a dual 16GB kit.
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Great price. I am tempted to get one for a 2018 Mac Mini, which I don't even have yet! Anyone want to speculate if the price will drop further on this in the next couple months? This single module is about the same price of a dual 16GB kit.
No idea if the ram price will drop or not. Ram price now is the same as it before crazy, it has a higher probability to keep the same price in the future IMO.

This ram is much more expensive than a dual 16GB kit, but it's a single module 32GB and no alternatives so manufacture could sell it at a much higher price. $224 is still slick compared to the Apple price. 2*16GB 2666Mhz for $175, link below.
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6820331210
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I have an Area 51m on order.

I have 4x16GB Corsair Vengeance ready to install. This would be just a few bucks more to go with two sticks instead of four. Any advantage?
Leaves the door open to upgrade to 128GB later? Big Grin Besides that, probably not.
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