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    Aorus RGB Memory DDR4-3200 (GP-AR32C16S8K2SU416R)

    Four sticks for the price of two?
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    Re: Aorus RGB Memory DDR4-3200 (GP-AR32C16S8K2SU416R)

    Th Bad - Not as bright as latest Corsair RGB

    Is it, in a case full of RGB, having one item/aear too bright can disrupt the look.

    If it gets in the UK quick enough, may even consider them for my gaming build, to go with Gigabyte mobo and GPU

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    Re: Aorus RGB Memory DDR4-3200 (GP-AR32C16S8K2SU416R)

    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfclaw View Post
    Th Bad - Not as bright as latest Corsair RGB

    Is it, in a case full of RGB, having one item/aear too bright can disrupt the look.

    If it gets in the UK quick enough, may even consider them for my gaming build, to go with Gigabyte mobo and GPU

    The memory is a little less bright than the RGB already on the motherboard. I'd say the Corsair is brighter still, but I don't feel you'll be shortchanged with the luminosity of the Aorus modules - Corsair made a point of going super-bright on the Vengeance Pro RGB stuff.

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    Re: Aorus RGB Memory DDR4-3200 (GP-AR32C16S8K2SU416R)

    Imagine trying to sell it on ebay after adding actual ram
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    Re: Aorus RGB Memory DDR4-3200 (GP-AR32C16S8K2SU416R)

    Gigabyte now make RAM as well ?

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    Re: Aorus RGB Memory DDR4-3200 (GP-AR32C16S8K2SU416R)

    My RAM has LAZORS on which modulate their output frequency in the inverse wavelength relative to the frequency of rotation of my CPU glitterball which reflects the energy onto LDRs on my sound card which spits out techno derived from the received laser signals. There is also a PRF on the PW laser signal which is linked to the frequency of my CPU which again makes the glow in the dark bananas attached to my monitor glow and sing at a frequency created by a complex mathematical equation with uses the combination of the PRF of the laser and the frequency of the glitter ball along with the cosine of theta, theta being the angle of intersection between the reflected light from the glitter ball and the LDR which directly affect the intensity of the banana brightness. Thus a 90 degree interaction between beam and LDR will result in a cosine 90 which is zero and this will result in no banana glow.

    My RGB > your RGB. Mine has glowing bananas.

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    Re: Aorus RGB Memory DDR4-3200 (GP-AR32C16S8K2SU416R)

    Quote Originally Posted by philehidiot View Post
    My RAM has LAZORS on which modulate their output frequency in the inverse wavelength relative to the frequency of rotation of my CPU glitterball which reflects the energy onto LDRs on my sound card which spits out techno derived from the received laser signals. There is also a PRF on the PW laser signal which is linked to the frequency of my CPU which again makes the glow in the dark bananas attached to my monitor glow and sing at a frequency created by a complex mathematical equation with uses the combination of the PRF of the laser and the frequency of the glitter ball along with the cosine of theta, theta being the angle of intersection between the reflected light from the glitter ball and the LDR which directly affect the intensity of the banana brightness. Thus a 90 degree interaction between beam and LDR will result in a cosine 90 which is zero and this will result in no banana glow.

    My RGB > your RGB. Mine has glowing bananas.
    Radiant Glowing Bananas.

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    Re: Aorus RGB Memory DDR4-3200 (GP-AR32C16S8K2SU416R)

    Quote Originally Posted by ByteMyAscii View Post
    Radiant Glowing Bananas.
    Considering my level of inebriation at the time, this was actually quite good.

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    Re: Aorus RGB Memory DDR4-3200 (GP-AR32C16S8K2SU416R)

    As a side-note this did prompt me to check RAM prices for the first time in ~3 years since my last build.

    £143 for 16GB is the cheapest on Scan :/ Pretty sure the 2x4GB I've got in now @ 2400 was around £80 then.
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    for all intents it seems to be the same card minus some gays name on it and a shielded cover ? with OEM added to it - GoNz0.

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    Re: Aorus RGB Memory DDR4-3200 (GP-AR32C16S8K2SU416R)

    I'm curious how this would work in an AMD build. I've got a Gigbatye AX370 Gaming K7 board, that doesn't seem to want to connect to the RGB of any RAM - I would hope this would definitely be seen by the system since it's Aorus.

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    Re: Aorus RGB Memory DDR4-3200 (GP-AR32C16S8K2SU416R)

    Can you use the dummy modules with non-RGB RAM?

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    Re: Aorus RGB Memory DDR4-3200 (GP-AR32C16S8K2SU416R)

    Iam more worried about performance and pricing than its RGB . Up performance with stasbility , lower pricing , then we can talk ...

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