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Old 29-09-18, 10:55 AM
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ASUS ROG "double down" on DRAM - To Support Double Capacity DIMMs on Next-Gen motherb

Ready for 32GB DDR4 DIMMs for the consumer market?



Read more about ASUS ROG doubling down on high-capacity DRAM.

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Old 29-09-18, 06:31 PM
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Ahh, so there was actually a practical reason for those thick sticks, interesting.
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Asus ROG ram, It's like normal ram but 50% more expensive
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I like big butts and I cannot lie etc. That's friggin huge too

A designer at Noctua is crying....
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I like big butts and I cannot lie etc. That's friggin huge too

A designer at Noctua is crying....
Indeed; I was about to say, it looks like those CPU water blocks from Corsair and the like will be a necessity with these RAM modules.

Now I want to wait and see, laugh my ass off at the new ridiculous price set on the new modules.
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Indeed; I was about to say, it looks like those CPU water blocks from Corsair and the like will be a necessity with these RAM modules.

Now I want to wait and see, laugh my ass off at the new ridiculous price set on the new modules.
Should already be laughing given the price standard modules are at the moment.
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