G.Skill 32GB DDR4-3600 Ripjaws v Memory Kit Falls to All-Time Low $110

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If you're looking for a spacious memory kit to go with your new processor, this G.Skill  Ripjaws V series deal at Newegg for $109.99 during Cyber Monday just might be a great fit. This kit usually retails for between $125 to $150, meaning today's deal is at all-time low pricing. And it comes with free shipping.

G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 32GB Kit: was $125, now $109.99 @ Newegg

G.Skill Ripjaws V Series 32GB Kit: was $125, now $109.99 @ Newegg
If you're looking for a speedy kit with lots of capacity, but at a low price, this deal on G.Skill's Ripjaws V 32GB memory kit is hard to beat. 

The two-DIMM kit operates at DDR4-3600 with 19-20-20-40 timings at 1.35V. That's the easiest data transfer rate for pairing this memory with a new third-gen Ryzen platform, as dialing a kit up to DDR4-3600 is about as easy as it gets due to the chips' new memory controllers. In fact, AMD recommends DDR4-3600 as the sweet spot for memory overclockers because it allows the other domains, such as the fabric clock, to run at their normal ratios.

Newegg also throws in free shipping, so your kit will arrive within three days. About the only knock on this kit is that it doesn't come with RGB lighting, but there are plenty of other options for those types of kits in our Best RAM 2019 article

If you're also on the hunt for other great deals this Cyber Monday, head over to our Cyber Monday Tech Deals 2019 post for all the latest.

Paul Alcorn
Managing Editor: News and Emerging Tech

Paul Alcorn is the Managing Editor: News and Emerging Tech for Tom's Hardware US. He also writes news and reviews on CPUs, storage, and enterprise hardware.

  • Gurg
    16gbs of this same memory is on sale for only $60.99. As I already had 16gbs of this memory in my z390/ 9600k /2080 super I decided to buy this cheap 16gbs to double my PC to 32gbs to tweak my system.

    Adding this additional RAM however was just a bridge too far as despite recognizing the 32gbs, the PC became unstable and wouldn't run at my previous overclocks for CPU and GPU with 32gbs at 3600ghz. Took out the new 16gbs and everything went back to previous overclocks just fine.

    Some tweaks work some don't.