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16GB (2 x 8GB), CL 16, OLOy Blade RGB, DDR4 3200 Desktop Memory, $77.99 AC

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16GB (2 x 8GB), CL 16, OLOy Blade RGB, DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) Desktop Memory for $77.99 after promo code 93XRE82
  • Timing 16-18-18-36
  • CAS Latency 16
  • Voltage 1.35V

More Product info:
  • Aluminum heat spreader efficiently dissipates heat from memory chips to ensure performance and stability at high clock speed.
  • Low-profile design fits easily in most small-form-factor builds
  • Internal thermal sensor to monitor the temperature
  • Built-in unique Blade Flash RGB lighting effects.
  • Support Asus Aura Sync
  • Support MSI Mystic Light Sync
  • Support Gigabyte Fusion
  • Support ASRock PolyChrome
  • Fully control and customize the 8-zone RGB lighting through Asus, MSI, Gigabyte, ASRock sync software
Note: While the reviews for this model of Oloy RAM on Newegg are limited but very good (this particular model only came out recently), Tom's Hardware [tomshardware.com] in discussing the general quality of OLOy RAM concluded that:
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So, should you feel comfortable buying OLOy RAM? For the most part, the answer is a resounding yes, because the company uses industry-standard ICs, which are the same as those found in many of its better-known competitors. In our tests, OLOy RAM was at least as fast as its direct competitors so performance should not be a problem.


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https://www.amazon.com/OLOy-288-P...383&sr=8-2 [amazon.com] is this the same?
What you posted is regular RAM. These DIMMS also have RGB lighting, an internal temperature sensor and cost less.
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Don't most modern motherboards give you a ram temp?
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Quote from killerkoala5590 :
Don't most modern motherboards give you a ram temp?
Depends on brand/series of kit.

Example.. Corsairs DDR4 5000mhz XMP kit which cost over $1000 USD does not have them, but "lower end" Veng Pro/Dominators with worse binned IC's and lower layer count boards do.. lol

The RAM market is pretty funny once you understand certain things.
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What memory chips/bin does this brand use? Never heard of them before. Seems like a budget brand at Newegg. Anyone know anything about this brand?
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Never used this brand but it's a good price for 3200 RGB CL16 RAM. No OC needed for me at 3200. I'm in. Thanks OP.
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OLOy usually uses Hynix chips. They are currently my favorite memory maker. I've bought 3 pairs of both 16GB and 32GB with no problem with XMP. No memory maker is perfect, but I've been happy with this brand.
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I bought the 16gb x2 pair of ram of this brand, its been working well so far.

I was wondering if I buy this 8gbx2 pair and put it into the other two open slot of my motherboard, will it cause any issues? They are the same speed 3200.
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Purchased these a year and a half ago for my new machine at the time (..where I neglected to also purchase a new video card, waaaaah) - no problems at all
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What a strange brand name but at least Tom's vouches for them.
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Quote from NervousGoat445 :
OLOy usually uses Hynix chips. They are currently my favorite memory maker. I've bought 3 pairs of both 16GB and 32GB with no problem with XMP. No memory maker is perfect, but I've been happy with this brand.
They use all 3 IC vendors pretty often.. More split Micron and Hynix though. The QVL on MSI x570 is 50/50
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Was looking for a reason to start a new build and you did just that. In for two kits @ $4.87 per GB is basically a steal.
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Yeah the pricing isnt bad for RGB especially
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Any function difference between the model in the post and this one that is cheaper, besides rbg?
https://www.newegg.com/oloy-16gb-...6820821277
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