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- Gigabyte AORUS RGB 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3733MHz Memory - Total Capacity: 16GB (2x 8GB) - Speed: 3733MHz - Tested Latency: 18-22-22-42 (Intel Z490 Platform), 20-26-26-46 (AMD X570 Platform) - Tested Voltage: 1.4v - Gray AORUS Heatspreader - LED Lighting - RGB Fusion - XMP 2.0 - GP-ARS16G37 - Limited Product Lifetime WarrantySKU#: AC44115 Model#: GP-ARS16G37$149.00
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Maximise your PC's performance with a DDR4 memory upgrade
Are you looking to upgrade your computer speed and efficiency without breaking the bank? Investing in extra RAM can be a cost-effective way to improve your PC's responsiveness. Mwave offers a wide range of DDR4 memory from leading brands such as Corsair, G.Skill, and Kingston.
Whether you're a casual user or a heavy gamer, having enough RAM can make all the difference. We recommend having at least 8GB for more advanced tasks and 16GB or more if you're a heavy user. Keep in mind that RAM capacity and speed are generally correlated to price, so consider your needs before making a purchase.
Trust Mwave for high-quality DDR4 RAM
When you buy PC DDR4 SDRAM online from Mwave, you can trust that you're getting high-quality, reliable memory. Our range of DDR4 memory is compatible with all desktop PC motherboards from Intel and AMD. Plus, our knowledgeable customer service team is always available to answer any questions you may have. Upgrade your PC's performance today with Mwave's selection of PC DDR4 SDRAM.
DDR4 vs DDR5, which should I buy?
DDR5 is the latest version and offers faster speeds and higher bandwidth compared to DDR4. However, DDR5 is more expensive than DDR4 and may not be compatible with your device. If you are building a new PC and have a motherboard that supports DDR5, then invest in DDR5 to future-proof your system. DDR5 memory is also the best choice for high-end gaming enthusiasts who demand maximum performance and are willing to pay a premium for it.
If your budget is limited, DDR4 is a more cost-effective option that can still provide excellent performance for most users. Additionally, DDR4 is a more widely available option, meaning you have more options when it comes to motherboards and CPUs and it might be your only option if you are upgrading an existing system.
Before you buy a new RAM online, check your motherboard's compatibility, whether it's DDR4 or DDR5. Also, consider your budget and computing needs before making a decision on which RAM to purchase.
Why do I need more memory?
More memory enables you to run your programs more smoothly, and it can also improve your PC's overall speed and responsiveness. Extra memory can improve your multitasking abilities too. Many popular games, such as World of Warcraft and Apex Legends, require a certain amount of RAM to even open — typically needing 8GB or 16GB.
When do I need 16GB DDR4 RAM?
We recommend 16GB DDR4 RAM if you are a casual gamer, a standard business professional or an intermediate user looking for extra speed and smooth functioning. Having 16GB DDR4 memory provides a noticeable increase in performance compared to 8GB, allowing you to run multiple applications in the background without affecting performance. It's also ideal for playing most games, including Call of Duty Warzone and PUBG. However, if you're a hardcore gamer or work with demanding applications, you may benefit from even more RAM.
Should I upgrade to 32GB DDR4 RAM?
If you are a serious gamer, engineer, scientist or multimedia user, upgrading to 32GB DDR4 RAM will change your life. This level of RAM enables memory-hungry programs to run smoothly even as your computer ages. While it may not be necessary for casual gamers, the increase in FPS and graphical performance in games can be notable. And even if it may not be fully utilised with your current gaming, upgrading to 32GB of RAM will future-proof your PC for upcoming releases that require more memory. With 32GB of RAM, you can also do multiple things in the background, such as livestreaming, using Chrome, system software, or Spotify, without experiencing any slowdowns.
Does RAM speed matter for DDR4 memory modules?
RAM speed (MHz) can matter in some specific use cases. Mwave offers DDR4 RAM ranging in speeds from value of 2133 MHz to a speedy 4266 MHz. Like RAM capacity, RAM speeds can improve your PC overall. Many motherboard manufacturers rate their boards to run DDR4 RAM at certain speeds and provide profiles (e.g. Intel XMP). Depending on the system, RAM latency/timings can be just as crucial as RAM speed.