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Newegg has 32GB (2x16GB) G.SKILL Aegis DDR4 3000 Desktop Memory (F4-3000C16D-32GISB) for $129.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71

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But we who build systems aren't supposed to care about things like that. Vanity is not in play when components are hidden in a box? Stick poopie emoji extensions out the top -- who cares! Give me the lowest price.
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DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000)
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DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000)
Timing 16-18-18-38
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Have not seen this low a price on such RAM; why so little love here?

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Have not seen this low a price on such RAM; why so little love here?

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Because PC building has turned 80% aesthetic and these dimms are ugly. I wouldn't mind but most want something nicer.
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Because PC building has turned 80% aesthetic and these dimms are ugly. I wouldn't mind but most want something nicer.
laugh out loud laugh out loud laugh out loud They ARE ugly!


But we who build systems aren't supposed to care about things like that. Vanity is not in play when components are hidden in a box? Stick poopie emoji extensions out the top -- who cares! Give me the lowest price.
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yeah its boring needs some lights , it works better with it
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yeah its boring needs some lights , it works better with it
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yeah its boring needs some lights , it works better with it
Everybody knows lights make RAM go faster. That's the mistake we were making for so many years. If we could just get Intel to start adding lights to their processors, we might save Moore's Law!
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I plan to build a new pc any time from July - Dec, just depends on when I find the best prices. Probably AMD but not 100% sure. Would it be a bad idea to get this and sit on it for a while?
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I plan to build a new pc any time from July - Dec, just depends on when I find the best prices. Probably AMD but not 100% sure. Would it be a bad idea to get this and sit on it for a while?
Memory will likely only continue to get cheaper.
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Memory will likely only continue to get cheaper.
Definitely, prices are still on a downward trend.
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Everybody knows lights make RAM go faster. That's the mistake we were making for so many years. If we could just get Intel to start adding lights to their processors, we might save Moore's Law!
yup , no lights on ram is so 90's f that.
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Memory will likely only continue to get cheaper.
I always wonder how to tell when we've hit the bottom.
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I always wonder how to tell when we've hit the bottom.
Once you notice it starting to go back up, you know you had hit bottom.
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