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32GB (2x16GB) G.Skill Ripjaws Series DDR4 3200 Laptop Memory

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Newegg has 32GB (2x16GB) G.Skill Ripjaws Series DDR4 3200 Laptop Memory (F4-3200C22D-32GRS) for $94.99. Shipping is free.

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  • DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600)
  • CAS Latency: 22
  • Timing: 22-22-22-52
  • Voltage: 1.2V
  • Unbuffered Dual Channel Kit
  • SO-DIMM

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Newegg [newegg.com] has G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) 260-Pin DDR4 SO-DIMM DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) Laptop Memory Model F4-3200C22D-32GRS on sale for $94.99.
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I bought this ram kit for $95 during the sale at Newegg a few weeks ago. I installed it in a Ryzen laptop (Dell G5) and it immediately recognized the RAM as dual-channel, 3200 MT/s, and with the expected and advertised timings (22-22-22-52) with a 1.2V voltage. Considering some of the previous posters' questions about secondary timings, rank, and device width, I post the following data from HWiNFO with the hope that it can help someone for this information was also unknown to me prior to purchase:

Refresh Cycle Time (tRFC):560T
Number Of Ranks:1
Number Of Bank Groups:4
Device Width:8 bits

Please note that my previous ram was also CL22; however, all G.Skill F4-3200C22D-32GRS timings are either the same or better than the stock ram. I am pleased with this purchase and feel it is a slick deal.

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While absolutely correct MOST of the time, there are exceptions. I guess it depends how you define "desktop". It seems especially likely you are correct since you were replying to a post that mentioned "tower".

However, most, if not all, mini-itx desktop motherboards use SODIMMS (this form factor). Additionally, every "mini" or "micro" PC I am aware of use this type of RAM. Think Intel NUC, Gigabyte BRIX, Asrock DeskMini, Lenovo Mxx Tiny series, etc. Not traditional "desktops" per se, but definitely not laptops...
I bought this ram kit for $95 during the sale at Newegg a few weeks ago. I installed it in a Ryzen laptop (Dell G5) and it immediately recognized the RAM as dual-channel, 3200 MT/s, and with the expected and advertised timings (22-22-22-52) with a 1.2V voltage. Considering some of the previous posters' questions about secondary timings, rank, and device width, I post the following data from HWiNFO with the hope that it can help someone for this information was also unknown to me prior to purchase:

Refresh Cycle Time (tRFC):560T
Number Of Ranks:1
Number Of Bank Groups:4
Device Width:8 bits

Please note that my previous ram was also CL22; however, all G.Skill F4-3200C22D-32GRS timings are either the same or better than the stock ram. I am pleased with this purchase and feel it is a slick deal.

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Are these single or dual ranked.
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What are secondary timings on these?
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Cas latency 22 hmm...
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Doesn't look like a big discount
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I stuck these in a legion 5 pro, so far, so good....
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Someone sell me some ddr5 men
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I stuck these in a legion 5 pro, so far, so good....
Better fps and speeds then before? And was this the rtx 3070?
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I stuck these in a legion 5 pro, so far, so good....
I was trying to find a good ram for my L5P but don't know much about the speeds and voltage and what's good for the L5P. Would you recommend these?
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Cas latency 22 hmm...
Is that good? I remember the latency was really good on the last G skill DDR3 sticks I bought a few years ago. Much better than the Crucial ones I tried before that.
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Not familiar with the term 'laptop memory'-- can this be used with a desktop tower?
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Eh, timings arent great, but that it definitely cheap for that much RAM and from a good manufacturer.
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