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16GB (8GBx2) Neo Forza Faye DDR4 3600 CL18 Desktop Memory Kit EXPIRED

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Neo Forze via Newegg has 16GB (8GBx2) Neo Forza Faye DDR4 3600 CL18 Desktop Memory Kit on sale for $49.99 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free.

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  1. Click here and add to cart.
  2. Proceed to checkout.
  3. Apply promo code NEOCTOBER
  4. Final price will be $49.99 + Free shipping
Features:
  • DDR4 3600 (PC4 28800)
    • Timing 18-19-19-39
    • CAS Latency 18
    • Intel XMP 2.0
    • Voltage 1.35V
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Use code NEOCTOBER for $10 off $50+ orders

LINK: https://www.newegg.com/neo-forza-...C0ECPE6383 NLA

Features:
  • DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600)
  • Timing 16-18-18-36
  • CAS Latency 16
  • Intel XMP 2.0
  • Voltage 1.35V
Using the same code but for $5 dollars more you can get Neo Forza FAYE 16GB (8GBx2) DDR4 3600 CL18
Link: https://www.newegg.com/neo-forza-...C0ECPE6382

Features:
  • DDR4 3600 (PC4 28800)
  • Timing 18-19-19-39
  • CAS Latency 18
  • Intel XMP 2.0
  • Voltage 1.35V
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Quote from SteveA7911 :
Most Desktops only have two slots nowadays anyway.
16GB should be enough for most people.

But if you need more just buy 32GB. Not as good a deal of course.

In for one. $45 rather cheap for 16GB of Ram. Will replace the 8GB I have. Perhaps put it in another desktop that has four slots.

> Most Desktops only have two slots nowadays anyway.

Gonna need a source for this, because I'm 99.999...% sure you're wrong
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RAM prices finally coming down to low $40..???
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RAM prices finally coming down to low $40..???
right , like prices didnt shoot up for no reason!!
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> Most Desktops only have two slots nowadays anyway.

Gonna need a source for this, because I'm 99.999...% sure you're wrong
Perhaps it is just most of the lower end Desktops which only have two. My HP only has two.
The Dell 3000 series has two but the 5000 and 7000 series has four.
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I have a Dell XPs purchased earlier this year with an i5-10400, thus limited to 2666mhz. Any reason I couldn't still use this rather than buying 2666mhz specific sticks?
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Shows $55 after coupon to me.... am I missing anything.
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I have a Dell XPs purchased earlier this year with an i5-10400, thus limited to 2666mhz. Any reason I couldn't still use this rather than buying 2666mhz specific sticks?
It is a bit complicated.

First of all, an older i3 is the only one that had a hard limit that even the best MB couldn't run the memory higher at. i5 and above can run with higher speed memory depending on the MB. But the official supported memory speeds for Intel tend to be 2666 (or less). So, any memory can be used. The question is what speed will it run at.

The speed in the spec for anything above 2666 is the max you can get with an XMP profile to "overclock" it if the MB allows. If the MB is not able to use XMP profile (most of the budget brand name PCs cannot), then you are limited to the so-called JEDEC standard setting that every MB and memory chip supports. Almost all higher speed memory is able to run at 2133 by default. So, you may find the memory being clocked at 2133 when you install it. Without XMP, you may be able to manually tweak it higher if the MB Bios allows it.

However, some (but not all memory sticks, the higher the performance/speed stick you go to higher the chances they don't bother as their target market don't use it for that purpose) have a "fallback" speed timing greater than 2133 either 2400 or 2666 reported in its SPD so motherboards even without XMP capability can run them at that speed without requiring manual tweaking. So such sticks can be used with the highest speed supported by the CPU/Motherboard as a plug-and-play without manual timing tweaking. Otherwise, you may find they run at 2133 without manual tweaking even if rated much higher while sticks advertised 2666 will run at 2166 on the same MB as it reports the timings for it in SPD without an XMP profile.

You should check the specs of the memory stick for either a JEDEC or SPD default or fallback clock rate to see what it will fall back to if XMP is not used. If they say 2666 then you can use it out of the box at that speed, otherwise you will need to manually tweak it in the bios if it allows it.
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Quote from greatwolf :
Are these Hynix CJR? There are reports that they overclock well.
Don't know. But in any case, don't expect much overclocking (beyond XMP profiles) regardless of what chip is being used and is capable of in these "value" sticks. It could be because the stick may not behave well in thermals or stability that is dependent on the stick design or the overclocking margin in those sticks is very small. The cost-conscious manufacturer will have taken it to as high a speed as their design can get from the chips being used, or moved the chip to their faster spec'ed line.
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Quote from p0diabl0 :
I have a Dell XPs purchased earlier this year with an i5-10400, thus limited to 2666mhz. Any reason I couldn't still use this rather than buying 2666mhz specific sticks?
It's not complicated. Any DDR4-3200 or DDR4-3600 sticks will run at the default max 2666mhz in your Dell. I have one myself with the 10400 and I have 16GB of DDR4-3600 in it. This would be a good ram kit for your Dell.
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Quote from safe_space :
You realize the guts in all memory are made by either Samsung micron and hynix right? The exterior cooling fins and RGB lighting vomit can be made by any random company
sure, but what if implementation and QC is poor?
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It's not complicated. Any DDR4-3200 or DDR4-3600 sticks will run at the default max 2666mhz in your Dell. I have one myself with the 10400 and I have 16GB of DDR4-3600 in it. This would be a good ram kit for your Dell.
False.

Here is an example of a 3200 stick that will run at 2133 when you plug it into that machine. Read the article or my post above to understand why.

https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...,6117.html

Little information is a dangerous thing.
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This deal is over. Now just $5 off.
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Ordered but it never showed up. Supposedly a mistake by the Post Office.

Edit: Showed up the next day. Oh well.

Installed it and it works fine. 16GB now. 8Gb before. Now I have a 8GB stick I can not use. Well may install it in another Desktop I have and sell it. I bought a new Ryzen 5 Desktop for $199 added a M.2 256GB now 16GB of DDR4. It is faster with 16GB. It boots up faster. Switches tabs faster.

Not sure the plastic actually does any good. It is just plastic not some metal. But I only wanted 3200 anyway as this Desktop would not accept faster. Dual channel is nice.

The Ryzen was using 2 GB so I have a lot more usable memory now. From 6GB to 14 GB.
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