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[Amazon.ca] HyperX Fury White 32GB 2666MHz DDR4 2x16GB sticks $129.51

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lincoln wrote: Must have been a price mistake. 16GB is normally this price.
16gb goes for about $80-90, not 130.
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Sep 6, 2006
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DarkStarFTW wrote: Yes, but it's not a huge difference. Here's one example, for those with a Ryzen 3xxx chip:
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https://www.gamersnexus.net/guides/3508 ... ock-mclock
Good thing I didn't order this deal, 258 fps is totally unplayable compared to 265 ;)
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mcwilly wrote: Agreed, I paid double the price for DDR4 3200 CL14. But there was no noticable difference to me using it stock (2133 CL22) vs enabling the XMP profile of 3200 CL14.

This is on a Ryzen 3700x, the minute differences just arent noticable to the average user.
In general windows usage I agree. But games there can be same huge gains.. some games are double digit improvements in gram rate as mentioned
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U4LIFE wrote: In general windows usage I agree. But games there can be same huge gains.. some games are double digit improvements in gram rate as mentioned
Most games are GPU-bound unless you're running are relatively low resolutions with very powerful GPUs. Such as a 2070 or better at 1080p. Or very low resolutions with mid-range GPUs. And if you're getting 144 fps or 164 fps you're not going to see it. It's mostly things like render times where the faster RAM is really going to matter.
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For what it’s worth now that the deal is over, I have this exact set with a Ryzen 2600, running easily at 3200... can probably go faster, never tried to push it more.
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erratic wrote: For what it’s worth now that the deal is over, I have this exact set with a Ryzen 2600, running easily at 3200... can probably go faster, never tried to push it more.
Ya this was a good deal and if anyone passed because of the 2666mhz then I feel sorry for them.

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