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OLOy 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin SDRAM DDR4 2400 (PC4 19200) $45 @ NewEgg

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Just an FYI - If you have never heard of OLOy before and are hesitant to buy them keep in mind, in a stable environment with good clean power and reasonable temperatures most defective silicon chips fail in the first week or so of ownership. Past that burn in period they are good for many years no matter whom makes them.

Cost: $45
Brand: OLOy
Model: MD4U082417IFDA
Capacity: 16GB (2 x 8GB)
Type: 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM
Speed: DDR4 2400 (PC4 19200) [higher better if overclocking only]
CAS Latency: 17 [lower a little better]
Timing: 17-17-17-39
Voltage: 1.2V
https://www.newegg.com/oloy-16gb-...6820821124

Also for a little faster memory;
Cost: $60 Now $61.99 NLA
Brand: Team
Series: T-Force Vulcan
Model: TLGD416G3000HC16CDC01
Capacity: 16GB (2 x 8GB)
Type: 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM
Speed: DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000)
CAS Latency: 16
Timing: 16-18-18-38
Voltage: 1.35V
https://www.newegg.com/team-16gb-...6820313777
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Anyone have experience with this brand?
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hmmm how much of a difference does 2400 vs 3000 or 3200 speed make? Because that is some cheap business at 45.
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hmmm how much of a difference does 2400 vs 3000 or 3200 speed make? Because that is some cheap business at 45.
I believe big difference for Ryzen, dunno about Intel but maybe far less significant
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How many of you clicked this deal because you never heard of OLOy?
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How many of you clicked this deal because you never heard of OLOy?
Me. Cheap price, though. I'll wait for other comments before pulling the trigger.
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Bought some of the OLOy WarHawk RGB 32GB 3200 from newegg the other week during a sale. May look a little crazy, but no problems whatsoever with OLOy.
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I believe big difference for Ryzen, dunno about Intel but maybe far less significant
If you are overclocking your RAM then faster matters, but lower CAS latency setting matter a little. In a stock environment (Dell, HP, Lenovo, Apple, ect..) and you are not overclocking then use the speed specified by the manufacturer, faster will not matter, where as lower CAS latency might help a little. But faster hard drives and videos cards (if gaming) are usually a better performance bang for the buck, followed by CPU then lastly RAM.

Simple thing like uninstalling unnecessary apps and updating drivers can often give you bigger performance boosts than upgrading CPU or RAM upgrades on the same motherboard.

https://www.crucial.com/usa/en/me...ed-latency
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hmmm how much of a difference does 2400 vs 3000 or 3200 speed make? Because that is some cheap business at 45.
For budget AMD builds and Intel systems, it won't make a big difference as the cheaper AMDs are bottlenecked by other components and Intel chips aren't as reliant on RAM speeds. For mid to upper tier Ryzen systems (eg. Ryzen 5 hexa cores and up), DDR4 speeds do make a "relatively more" noticeable and measurable difference in gaming, especially if you have a decent graphics card.

With a Ryzen 7 2700x + GTX1080Ti, the average fps difference between 2400MHz vs 3600MH DDR4 RAM can be ~15% (122 fps vs 142 fps) in Far Cry 5 on lower settings. The difference will be less pronounced on higher image settings. See review: https://www.legitreviews.com/ddr4...orm_205154

If you're a gamer or consumer on a budget and trying to prioritize where your money is going into, the priority is CPU + GPU, then SSD, then RAM.
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Grabbed 3 sets of oloy warhawk 3200 last week and they all worked well in my comp and my sons' comps. XMP profiles loaded up no problem and running stable so far. Was running 2133 ram before, but don't notice anything significant.
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How many of you clicked this deal because you never heard of OLOy?
Me, I think the brand is trying to do a glasses face with a why next to it. It's like .... nerd face and why?
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Ordered and received one set already. Worked like a charm. Nice for selling pre-builts. Ordered another.
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This is one brand that when you stare in your rear view mirror and will see the letters staring back at you and it whispers "You Only Live Once". You then realize you are a 50yrs old uber driver.. deep.
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I bought two sets of these on a previous sale. One set went all the way up to 3200mhz, the other wouldnt go past 2400 but i was able to lower the latency to i think 14.
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I have the weird looking RGB ones but haven't opened the package yet.

Should I try it on the Dell Aurora R8 when comes?
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