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OLOy Blade RGB 16GB (2 x 8GB) 3600 CL14-14-14-34 1.4V $139.99

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Top bin of Samsung B-die IC's. Next competitive kit is G.SKILL's recently released version at 199.99 for RGB Tridentz, Ripjaws are 179.99. Both run at 1.45v, Oloy are binned for XMP 1.4v.

Edit: To clarify these are really aggressively binned. There aren't much better options in the 2x8 segment for RAM overclocking unless you want to mess with Micron B 16GB sticks for high frequency.

Prices are starting to come down again, but this is rather solid considering history of kits with these specs.

See: https://www.newegg.com/p/pl?d=360...34&Order=1



Cant comment on brand reliability, but they OEM for other competitors from what I understand.

EDIT: Price dropped 142.99 > 139.99



https://www.newegg.com/oloy-16gb-...klink=true


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> bubble2 34 Posts
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06-10-2021 at 01:40 PM.
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I purchased two of these kits recently to replace some G Skill Trident Z RGB. These booted right up with XMP running stable. I have not tried tightening timings yet but I will. They run at stated speeds flawlessly. My system Strix x570-e Board. 3900x CPU 32 gb Ram.
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I hesitated because they are a newer brand and often aren't found on QVL, but their products seem to work great in all the systems I've tried. The review sites say they produce quality sticks.
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06-10-2021 at 05:57 PM.
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Great specs, I've been looking for an upgrade to my early-release basic ass DDR4 but want to avoid 1.45V like the plague. I can never find a 1.35V kit with CL14 & >=3600Mhz (maybe some computer scientist will say why it's not possible, or not profitable, to sell those kits). This should work nicely though.
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06-10-2021 at 06:29 PM.
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Quote from fishbomb :
Great specs, I've been looking for an upgrade to my early-release basic ass DDR4 but want to avoid 1.45V like the plague. I can never find a 1.35V kit with CL14 & >=3600Mhz (maybe some computer scientist will say why it's not possible, or not profitable, to sell those kits). This should work nicely though.
https://www.newegg.com/corsair-16...-_-Product

This is a relatively new corsair bin (Not even on corsairs site), but I'm not sure if the voltage is a typo. Corsair sells a 3600 14-16-16-36 bin for LPX, but its 1.45v. 1.35v would make it one of the most aggressive bins they've ever released for 3600 mhz. The price is also shockingly good vs market and history.

Only Samsung B-die IC's can do those timings at that voltage and sticks that are under 1.4v are generally creme of the crop in terms of "quality" for IC's.

Gskill for example had a 3600 14-15-15-35 kit at 1.4V but it went EOL quick. They replaced it with a 1.45v version. The 3600 14-14-14-34 kit @ 1.45v is considered better.

This is 1.4v.

Quote from FriedSausage :
I hesitated because they are a newer brand and often aren't found on QVL, but their products seem to work great in all the systems I've tried. The review sites say they produce quality sticks.

MSI's QVL is updated more often than other brands and OLOY made their QVL for certain sticks. So its not like a super random company.

The blade sticks (heat spreaders) are designed by cre8... which does contract work for A LOT of popular PC brands.. Corsair for example is heavily invested in them.. Cases, RAM, keyboards mice, headsets you name it.


Edit: Price dropped even lower. $139.99 now. Great price for a top bin.
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