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Kingston HyperX Weekend sale: Impact memory for laptops: 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4-3200 $144.99 DDR4-2666 $101.99 &more

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Kingston HyperX has a weekend sale on DDR4-3200 and DDR4-2666 Impact series memory kits for laptops. This sale can be combined with Amex shop small offer for an extra $5 cash back (see below* for details)

This is a premium line of memory, which is currently cheaper than even all generic brands of DDR4-2666 SODIMM available on the market.

16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-3200 $74.99
16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-2666 $52.99

32GB (2x16GB) DDR4-3200 $144.99
32GB (2x16GB) DDR4-2666 $101.99

64GB (2x32GB) DDR4-3200 $279.99
64GB (2x32GB) DDR4-2666 $197.99

DDR4-2933 is also on sale, with comparable prices.

Shipping is free.

*If you use an eligible Amex credit card to pay at Kingston.com, you can get an extra $5 cash back as part of "shop small business" program. Note that you may need to add the shop small offer to your card before shopping.

Impact series has pretty good timing (low latency) and supports intel XMP
Sample spec sheet [kingston.com]


https://www.hyperxgaming.com/unit...acity=16GB

Kingston is also selling some other parts and accessories upto %50 off in their weekend sale:
https://www.hyperxgaming.com/unit...y=pricehtl
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Is amazon not doing price match reporting anymore?
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Is amazon not doing price match reporting anymore?
There are third parties selling this memory on Amazon, but it's not "sold by Amazon". So, I don't think they'll price match.
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There are third parties selling this memory on Amazon, but it's not "sold by Amazon". So, I don't think they'll price match.
https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-T...1N7K4DV4/1

can't find the price match section though.
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Great deal, this 2933 32GB stick works with the Dell Vostro 7500 that's been on sale recently to push the system RAM up to 40GB total (despite Dell documentation stating a limit of 24GB total), though it runs at a lower 2666 speed (the price you pay for running unsupported RAM configurations I guess, but curious if the 3200 stick would run any faster)
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https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-T...1N7K4DV4/1

can't find the price match section though.
Good find! The ones I wanted (16x2 kit) were not sold by amazon so I missed it.

There is no price match section. You need to contact customer support and ask for price match
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Great deal, this 2933 32GB stick works with the Dell Vostro 7500 that's been on sale recently to push the system RAM up to 40GB total (despite Dell documentation stating a limit of 24GB total), though it runs at a lower 2666 speed (the price you pay for running unsupported RAM configurations I guess, but curious if the 3200 stick would run any faster)
Normally, it wouldn't be any faster. The 3200 will just run at max bandwidth of mainboard(assuming a 10th gen intel cpu it is 2933, or for HM370 chipset and 8th or 9th gen Intel Core I7, it is 2666), unless you overclock the bus.

As for unsupported config, apparently it is common practice for vendors to understate Max supported ram. For example, Lenovo legion Y530/Y540/Y7000 state 32gm Max total ram, but HM370 chipset supports upto 64gb, and people have upgraded to 32x2 on these machines with no issues( ofcourse, you're on your own if you do so; vendor may deny support if needed). In any case, sticking to a dual kit(or identical modules) improves your chances of getting stable results with highest possible speed.
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Normally, it wouldn't be any faster. The 3200 will just run at max bandwidth of mainboard(assuming a 10th gen intel cpu it is 2933, or for HM370 chipset and 8th or 9th gen Intel Core I7, it is 2666), unless you overclock the bus.

As for unsupported config, apparently it is common practice for vendors to understate Max supported ram. For example, Lenovo legion Y530/Y540/Y7000 state 32gm Max total ram, but HM370 chipset supports upto 64gb, and people have upgraded to 32x2 on these machines with no issues( ofcourse, you're on your own if you do so; vendor may deny support if needed). In any case, sticking to a dual kit(or identical modules) improves your chances of getting stable results with highest possible speed.
Sadly the Vostro has one soldered stick, one free slot to make RAM pairing a little trickier. And I only wonder if a 3200 stick would be any faster because interestingly they shipped the laptop with a 3200 stick in it (which ran at the max 2933 speed) and I wonder if they just have a poor BIOS design/default XMP profile selection (unsure why they would they be putting 3200mhz sticks in laptops with a max speed of 2933mhz unless they are just clearing out excess inventory.)
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Sadly the Vostro has one soldered stick, one free slot to make RAM pairing a little trickier. And I only wonder if a 3200 stick would be any faster because interestingly they shipped the laptop with a 3200 stick in it (which ran at the max 2933 speed) and I wonder if they just have a poor BIOS design/default XMP profile selection (unsure why they would they be putting 3200mhz sticks in laptops with a max speed of 2933mhz unless they are just clearing out excess inventory.)
I agree it's probably whatever's on assembly line that day or that they have too much of. Good for the customer as long as they don't over charge for it. But imho the soldering practice is unacceptable. Who do they think they are? Apple? (I hate Apple; that's just my personal opinion)
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https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-T...1N7K4DV4/1

can't find the price match section though.
Amazon no other never priced matches, and no longer price adjusts. Been a couple of years at least.
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I was looking for a deal for 16X2=32G RAM DDR4 2666 for my razer laptop for video editing. Thank you!
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Man, RAM prices are really good these days or what? I last bought a 2x8GB 2400Mhz kit for my laptop in Dec. 2018 for $95! I'm not upgrading my laptop for at least a couple years, but this is good times for new owners looking to upgrade.
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Can I use the ram on a MacBook Pro 2012
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Been looking for some b-die laptop memory. ...but maybe I'll stick with this 3200 instead?
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Good ram, and good price, cheaper than the office depot order I grabbed last month
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