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Crucial 32GB Kit (8GBx4) DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) DR x8 DIMM 288-Pin Memory - CT4K8G4DFD824A

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Description

  • Speeds up to 3200 MT/s and faster data rates are expected to be available as DDR4 technology matures
  • Increase bandwidth by up to 32%
  • Reduce power consumption by up to 40%
  • Faster bursts access speeds for improved sequential data throughout
  • Optimized for next generation processors and platforms

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Customer Reviews

A simple upgrade can make a difference if you have a prebuilt gaming pc The product was easy and simple to install in my gaming pc. For the price, its great since ddr4 memory has been the common standard for memory nowadays and prices are constantly going up and down. Without sink headers on the memory is fine for memory at least in my POV. Comes with ddr4 2666mhz speeds if your motherboard supports those speeds or you can overclock the memory to get those speeds. In my case I have to stick with 2133mhz speeds because my Intel motherboard does not support those speeds, however, when I upgrade my motherboard and CPU in the future I can take advantage of those speeds. Although it adds an extra 8gb of ram to my setup with pre-installed 8gb of ram, it also doubles the speed in my memory setup thanks to dual channel memory (where two memory modules work together to spit the workload and improve latency and speeds). The Crucial memory worked well with the pre-installed Micron technology memory. Now in 2x(8gb) setup. Overall the product is excellent for the price, performance, and quallity. 5Non-XMP memory This is just typical OEM DDR4 (288pin) memory. It does not have an XMP profile. It works with my existing OEM memory (DELL), which also does not have an XMP profile. It works at the speeds indicated, but just that. No overclocking here. SS of CPU-Z. 5Crucial knows computers. I am thoroughly impressed with Crucial. I have an HP ENVY 750-514 computer that I wanted to max out the RAM. Live chat with HP told me that 16G was the max my computer could handle. Running an 8G and a 4G I went through a different supplier. Unfortunately what they sent was not what was shown and they did not have the correct RAM. They refunded me quicker than I expected. Thank you. Next I stumbled upon the Crucial web site and utilized their scan to find what my system needed and hopefully would have it in stock. According to the scan my computer could handle 32G of ram. I emailed Crucial about this and the reply was that with changing technology, "the manufacturer's original specifications (including memory type, speed, and maximum capacity) eventually become outdated." Well I took a chance and to my amazement, my system is handling 32G like a pro.I highly recommend Crucial for all your computer needs. The scan tool is very informative, memory, storage, chipset, etc.Thank you Crucial. You gained another loyal customer. 5Not a performance user, and for me, so far so good I purchased a 2x4GB set to add on to the 4GB my PC was already running (AMD A8 9600 + ASRock AB350 Pro4), and the process took about 5 minutes. Half of that was getting my case turned around so I could open it. Computer fired right up without issue and registered the new RAM, giving me 12GB. All 3 sticks seem to be playing well together even though the new sticks are 2400s and the old stick is a 2133 (all Crucials). Windows Task Manager says my RAM's running at 1866, which is a bit troubling, but I haven't gotten around to tweaking anything in UEFI yet. I don't do overclocks and I don't need speed so much as just capacity, so performance builders may be concerned about this detail, but anyone just running in a home/business environment most likely won't notice anything except that the PC's running smoother (and cooler) now. 5Good fit Upgraded my Dell 8930 from 16GB to 32GB. This was a well-reviewed product and their website was helpful ordering the correct part. Came in as expected, installed in about 4 minutes, immediately recognized by system, and has been terrific. Only been in about 3 weeks so can't speak to durability yet, but I have seen one (1) RAM chip failure in 32 years of computing, so we'll see. 5Easy upgrade for Dell 3670 desktop. Upgraded my new Dell Inspirion 3670 desktop i5 PC from 8GB to 16GB. Now running dual channel with noticeable increase in speed. Delivery and packaging was excellent. Easy to install and tested to be free of errors. This Crucial 8GB matched well with the 8GB module by Kingston that came pre-installed in the PC 5Identical to Micron model MTA8ATF1G64AZ-2G6E1 in Dell computers This memory is identical to the Micron model MTA8ATF1G64AZ-2G6E1 that was in my new Dell computer that came with a single 8gb stick. I wanted to add another stick that matched to add memory and allow dual-channel. the Micron brand can't be found except on Ebay you can buy it buy used. I don't think they sell Micron brand to consumers, only as OEM to computer manufacturers like Dell. After doing some research I was pretty sure this would work, but after getting the memory stick I can confirm they are the same, as this stick had two stickers on it, one with the Micron model number, and the other with the Crucial model number. I installed it in the computer, it recognized I now had 16gb memory during boot, and the BIOS automatically changed to dual-channel on my Dell. Doesn't get any easier then that. 5DELL 5675 Inspiron Gaming Desktop Just received this 16GB stick today, popped it in and it started right up and so i proceeded to run some tests... I know many people with the 5675 Inspiron Gaming Desktop have had problems with getting the memory to run at its rated speed of 2400Mhz. The system comes with only 1 stick of ram so it can't run in duel channel mode until you add another stick so I bought this second 16GB module and now it runs at exactly 2400Mhz. It's blazing fast now. I don't need 32 GB's of ram but I wanted the performance boost of duel channel so I splurged and bought another stick. It's very easy to install and very little force is needed to seat the ram properly so don't force it. The CAS latency is quite nice 17 across the board quite snappy. I attached a photo of the results. This along with the NVME M.2 PCIe card I installed makes the a system quite a powerhouse at a very reasonable price. 950USD at Best Buy, system specs as follows Ryzen 7 1700, 32GB 2400Mhz ram, 128GB Samsung NVME M.2 PCIe, 1TB 7200 HHD, Rx 580 video card. This comp plays everything now on ultra settings from Wither 3 to PUBG and Battlefield 4... I plan on upgrading the video card to a GTX 1080 and another SSD in the near future. This computer blows away my 5 year old 4k dollar system! Crucial makes some high grade memory as well. I opted for this one over the Kingston as it had more high rated reviews and I'm not disappointed. Do yourself a favor and go for it! 5Excellent product I bought a random-access memory for my assembly, which showed itself from the best side, and I decided to purchase a couple more memory bars, but already 8 gigabytes each, since there are four RAM slots in my motherboard. I paid 4400 Russian rubles for each memory module.Memory modules are delivered in individual plastic packaging in which there is RAM, on the package there is a sticker on which the volume, memory format, voltage and timings are written.The modules are peer-to-peer, they differ in that they are cheaper than two-rank ones, and also have a good potential for overclocking the memory clock frequency, which is why they were actually purchased. Peer-to-peer memory is that memory which, on the one hand, has memory chips and, on the other hand, does not have, due to the smaller number of chips, the price is an order of magnitude lower than on the two-way arrangement of chips.These instances were consistently overclocked to 3000 MHz, while working in tandem with the same modules, but with a smaller memory size. One of the slats took the line at 3133 MHz, but since the other 3 modules either didn t work or didn t work stably, we had to stop at 3000 MHz. 5Budget memory that is not compatible with MSI X470 Gaming Plus Motherboard with Ryzen 5 CPU Budget memory that is not compatible with MSI X470 Gaming Plus Motherboard that is using Ryzen 5 CPUBought and installed the Crucial 16GB Single DDR4 UDIMM CL17 memory into my new MSI X470 Gaming Plus motherboard with Ryzen 5 CPU. I'm experienced with building PC's from scratch, been my hobby since college. When I started the computer for the first time, it would not post or allow me to go into BIOS, and gave out 3 long beeps. Online search found that it's a memory not detected, or faulty. I don't think I have a bad motherboard because I've never had a motherboard fail, but I've had lots of memory cards that did fail even when new. If cheap components are used in a memory card, it will have lots of quality and compatibility issues. After trying to re-seat the 16GB card many times, it finally worked without explanation. In BIOS, I wasn't able to enable my motherboard's XMP to adjust memory speed or settings (all XMP settings were locked out). After running it for a few hours, I shut the PC down to install a new CD-Rom. Then when I tried to turn my PC on, again would not post or allow me to go into BIOS, gave three long beeps, memory issue again. I finally gave up on the Crucial 16GB card and bought a premium gaming memory, CORSAIR 16GB (8GB x 2) Vengeance LPX, CL15, 3000 Mhz. After installing the Corsair memory cards, the computer booted fine the first time, and booted up twice as fast into Windows 10. My first guess is the Crucial memory cards are defective or has compatibility issues. My second guess is the CL17 rating of the Crucial memory is too slow for the CPU and motherboard, and Ryzen 5 needs memory cards rated at CL15 and CL16 or better (the lower the CL the faster the memory). Funny thing is after I purchased the Corsair Vengeance, as I was waiting for it to ship to my house, the Crucial 16GB was working again and allowing the PC to boot up into Windows 10. It's as if it knows the Crucial memory is getting replaced and it decided to work again. After installing the Corsair Vengeance cards, the default speed was at 2100 Mhz, without any XMP configuration. I went into the Bios, enabled A-XMP, set it to profile 2, and it's now operating at 2933 Mhz, close to the advertised speed of 3000 Mhz! Very happy with the Corasir Vengeance memory cards ($110 at time of purchase) even though it was $11 more than the Crucial card.Pro's of Crucial 16GB 2400:1. Budget friendly for the PC running only office programs2. Uses only one memory slotCons:1. Will slow down gaming2. Slower boot up time to Windows 10 (20 seconds) versus Corsair Vengeance DDR 4 3000 Mhz (only 10 seconds)3. May not be compatible with newer CPU's like Ryzen 5's or higher that demand high performance memory 2
Crucial 32GB Kit (8GBx4) DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) DR x8 DIMM 288-Pin Memory - CT4K8G4DFD824A

Crucial 32GB Kit (8GBx4) DDR4 2400 MT/s (PC4-19200) DR x8 DIMM 288-Pin Memory - CT4K8G4DFD824A

4.7
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€265,00
Sale price
€265,00
Regular price
€438,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€173,00)