This 32GB DDR5-6000 memory kit is a bargain at under £70

This ADATA XPG Caster DDR5-6000 2x16GB memory kit is now available at a crazy low price

DDR5 memory pricing has decreased significantly since its launch, but today we have found a DDR5 memory deal that is simply too good to ignore. Amazon UK are currently selling 32GB (2x16GB) DDR5-6000 memory kits for under £70. That’s one hell of a DDR5 memory bargain!

While the timings for this memory kit are not idea at CL40-40-40, the pricing and speed of this memory kit makes it hard to pass up. Most 32GB DDR5-6000 memory kits are available for between £90-£130. The higher-end of this spectrum is for lower latency, RGB-clad DDR5 memory kits. At £70, this ADATA DDR5 memory kit is a real bargain.

Currently, DDR5-6000 memory kits offer the best value for money when it comes to pure memory performance. Faster kits often come with large pricing premiums, and with faster kits comes increased potential for compatibility problems, especially with early DDR5 CPUs and motherboards. Right now, DDR5 is a pricing/performance sweet spot, and this memory kit is available for a steal of a price.

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DDR5 Memory speeds and its impact on games

In recent weeks, we have seen that many recent games benefit greatly from fast DDR5 memory modules. In Assassin’s Creed Mirage, we saw significant performance gains when moving from DDR5-4800 memory speeds to DDR5-6000 speeds. In this test, we saw 1st percentile framerates increase by over 20% when the game is CPU/memory limited. That’s a huge performance increase.

With pricing like this, we expect these DDR5 memory modules to sell out fast. They are priced well below the norm for DDR5 memory modules, and thy are sold directly by Amazon.

You can join the discussion on this crazy DDR5 memory deal on the OC3D Forums.

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