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(**9/13 24 Hours Only) Neo Forza FAYE 16GB (2x8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 3600 18-19-19-39 Desktop RAM for $54.99 w/ FS

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Neo Forza Via Newegg has Neo Forza FAYE 16GB (2x8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 3600 (PC4 28800) SDRAM Desktop Memory Model NMUD480E82-3600DG20 on sale for $54.99 after Code.

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Thumbs up for considerate OP including timing info in post
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Thumbs down for you being a Karen and refusing to look at the title 🤣🤣
Wanna reread what he said? he was thanking op for putting ram specs, not anything of what you said.
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Anybody got any reviews on this? Legit or just offbrand? Not that I'm loyal but just wanna be safe.
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Anyone have experience with this brand?
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Anybody got any reviews on this? Legit or just offbrand? Not that I'm loyal but just wanna be safe.
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Anyone have experience with this brand?
I had this brand in my old ddr3 build to replace some chips that I had fried. Worked just fine out of the box, but I only had that system around for 9 months before it got replaced anyways.

They were the only brand that microcenter had in stock, so maybe there are reviews there that can shed additional light on the brand/quality.
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I had this brand in my old ddr3 build to replace some chips that I had fried. Worked just fine out of the box, but I only had that system around for 9 months before it got replaced anyways.

They were the only brand that microcenter had in stock, so maybe there are reviews there that can shed additional light on the brand/quality.
I bet theyre legit but I've learned to not pay bottom dollar for PC parts. That's only why I ask.
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I had this brand in my old ddr3 build to replace some chips that I had fried. Worked just fine out of the box, but I only had that system around for 9 months before it got replaced anyways.

They were the only brand that microcenter had in stock, so maybe there are reviews there that can shed additional light on the brand/quality.
Keep in mind that only a small handful of companies actually make the memory chips that make up the majority of these DIMMs. Everyone else just puts some heat spreaders with their name on them and then puts them up for sale.

These also have a lifetime warranty, so there's not much to worry about.
https://www.neoforza.com/product/faye/
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And you gotta ask nowadays. Single rank or dual rank plu secondary timings OK? Hell just put a zen timings screnshot with every one of these memory "deals"
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Keep in mind that only a small handful of companies actually make the memory chips that make up the majority of these DIMMs. Everyone else just puts some heat spreaders with their name on them and then puts them up for sale.

These also have a lifetime warranty, so there's not much to worry about.
https://www.neoforza.com/product/faye/
That doesn't make me feel better cause they can just dissolve the company (and make a new company) and then not honor the warranty. That's why lifetime warranties are virtually worthless unless they're a large company. Hence why large companies don't provide lifetime warranties.
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Keep in mind that only a small handful of companies actually make the memory chips that make up the majority of these DIMMs. Everyone else just puts some heat spreaders with their name on them and then puts them up for sale.

These also have a lifetime warranty, so there's not much to worry about.
https://www.neoforza.com/product/faye/
That is like saying only a few companies makes CPUs and everybody else puts their case with their brand name on it and puts them up for sale.

There are memory chips that a few companies make - Samsung, Sk Hynix, Micron, etc. And some not so well known ones. Even within them, the binning is done according to the yield. Chips that perform well go to higher bins and are more expensive. So, the selection of the bin is important. They won't fail at lower bins but increasingly get less stable at any deviation from the tested configurations, fail to overclock or sensitive to Motherboard quirks.

Second, a memory stick isn't just the chips. It is card design (layers, material, fabrication), controller and heat dissipation that affects the performance, stability and longevity. These have become fairly standardized so any brand can either get an OEM to do it for them or do their own from reference designs.

So, the lower tier brands manufacture to a cost point with potential compromises on the chip selected, the card design/licensing, etc.

Most memory of any brand will work under stock XMP profiles it is certified for. Some may run hotter, some will be finicky with finicky boards and some not amenable to any deviation from stock profiles.

As for longevity, all of the above compromises affect it and certain amount of deaths are anticipated before its lifetime. So, it depends on whether the company will be around and has a customer facing support interface to do quick RMAs under warranty. This is where the difference is most between well known brands and others even if all of them give lifetime warranties.
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I bet theyre legit but I've learned to not pay bottom dollar for PC parts. That's only why I ask.
Just like oloy, it's a real brand but have you looked at their warranty?.it's like buying lexar flash in the 2020s, support the business with no lifetime warranty so that the good brand that stand behind quality lose sales.

In china there are no returns, them again there are no Karen's either.
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Just like oloy, it's a real brand but have you looked at their warranty?.it's like buying lexar flash in the 2020s, support the business with no lifetime warranty so that the good brand that stand behind quality lose sales.

In china there are no returns, them again there are no Karen's either.
Lifetime warranties are usually tied to the company. Of which it's not difficult to dissolve and start with a new name.
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Looks like Newegg will have to process any RMA for this product.

I am not sure I can depend on Newegg to do this. My experience with Newegg customer support has been that it appears good until you hit a really bad experience that makes you never deal with them again.

Would I take this chance for saving $5-$10 over a well known brand with a company that provides direct US based support and returns? Likely not. I guess that makes me not a typical SDer. Smilie
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