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Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 128GB (4x32GB) DDR4 PC4-29200C18 3600MHz Quad Channel Kit
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CMW128GX4M4D3600C18, 3600MHz RAM Speed, CAS 18-22-22-42 Timings, 1.35v VDIMM, Lifetime Warranty with OcUK.
£499.99 (incl. VAT)
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Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 128GB (4x32GB) DDR4 PC4-25600C16 3200MHz Quad Channel Kit (CMW128GX4M4E3200C16)
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CMW128GX4M4E3200C16, 3200MHz RAM Speed, CAS 16-20-20-38 Timings, 1.35v VDIMM, Lifetime Warranty with OcUK.
£479.99 (incl. VAT)
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128GB RAM


Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 128GB (4x32GB) DDR4 PC4-25600C16 3200MHz Quad Channel Kit

Add a phenomenal amount of memory capacity to your computer with Overclockers UK range of 128GB RAM, from manufacturers including Team Group, Gigabyte, Crucial, Lexar, and Kingston. Kits are available in both DDR4 and DDR5 form factors, with some boasting speeds of over 7000MHz. With 128GB of RAM, your computer can flawlessly multitask a range of workloads simultaneously with minimal lag. This makes it ideal for creative workloads, such as 3D rendering, video editing, and running complex simulations. What’s more, a 128GB RAM kit is perfectly suited for a quad- or octo-channel configuration, giving your CPU maximum access to memory for lighting quick computations. Each RAM module is manufactured from premium quality materials, ensuring they provide rock-solid reliability under heavy workloads, protecting your work from data loss or corruption. What’s more, a 128GB RAM kit is an easy-to-install upgrade for your computer, simply requiring a compatible CPU and a motherboard with enough DIMM slots available.


What is RAM?

Random Access Memory or RAM is a form of memory utilised by the CPU to store the data required for a computer to operate. Similar to an SSD, your PC can read and write information into RAM for later use. Unlike an SSD, RAM is volatile and not a form of permanent storage. This means that when it does not receive power, anything stored on the RAM is lost. A computer’s CPU utilises RAM to store vital information that is being actively used, such as your operating system. This is because RAM offers both near-instantaneous speeds and low latencies, allowing your CPU to better process programs. Even with the advent of NVMe, storage drives cannot compete with these speeds.

The Random Access in RAM refers to data being read and written to random sectors in the memory. RAM can store this data dynamically (DRAM), where the memory is refreshed thousands of times per second. Alternatively, data can be stored in RAM in static positions (SRAM), which does not require refreshing. Because of this, SRAM is faster than DRAM but has the disadvantage of being much more expensive. Most RAM kits available commercially are DRAM.

To improve the performance of DRAM, it is synchronised with the memory controller, which is referred to as SDRAM. By doing this, multiple processes can be queued up for lightning quick execution. This form of RAM was further enhanced with the advent of Double Data Rate (DDR) memory, whereby the memory can send and receive signals twice per clock cycle. Since its introduction in 2000, DDR has gone through multiple generations each boasting greater clock speeds and reduced power consumption. For example, DDR5 offers speeds that can exceed 7000MHz and operates at 1.1V, while DDR4 can reach speeds over 4000MHz and utilises 1.2V of power.



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A 128GB memory configuration requires many sticks of RAM. Mismatching these modules can lead to performance losses. To help you dodge the pitfalls that can occur, check out our Overclockers UK Academy article on RAM.

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128GB RAM FAQ


What workloads need 128GB RAM?

Having 128GB of RAM is useful for professional workloads. Editing music, rendering videos, creating virtual 3D models, simulating an engineering project, and many other tasks will appreciate the extra performance enabled by having this much memory.

What configuration should I use for 128GB RAM?

The configuration you should use for 128GB of RAM is dictated by how you will use your PC and the physical number of DIMM slots on your motherboard. However, you’re likely to use at least a quad-channel configuration, with octo-channel being optimal.

What brands of RAM does Overclockers UK stock?

Here at Overclockers UK, we stock RAM kits from manufacturers including Corsair, Kingston, Team Group, GeIL, Lexar, Gigabyte, and Crucial.

Can I get 128GB of RAM in DDR5?

You can find a wide selection of 128GB RAM kits available in both DDR4 and DDR5 here at Overclockers UK.




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