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G.Skill - Aegis 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-2400 Memory

( 4.3 Average / 7 Ratings )




Part #



Black / Red


288-pin DIMM




16 GB (2 x 8 GB)



CAS Latency



1.2 V

Heat Spreader






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ClappingCactus 26 points 32 months ago
from completed build Kilimanjaro

I stuck to the basics when it came to RAM for my build. Since my motherboard hits its memory bandwidth limit at 2400MHz, I went for the cheapest option I found and I limited my purchase two sticks to give me the option to expand if I start working with larger files later. None of the RAM kits currently available in 2x16GB configurations hit my previous CAS/size requirements, so I stuck with 2x8GB for now. Oddly, UEFI/BIOS recognize this RAM's bandwidth at 2133MHz, and the decorative sticker that came on the RAM is pretty low quality stuff.

OsoAlgo 17 points 21 months ago

The stickers on the sticks look rather cheap in my opinion.

johnc13b 184 points 20 months ago

As basic as ram can get. It doesn't even have a fancy heat spreader.

Al_EhsanOlive 8 points 17 months ago
from completed build Shark "The Killer" Aegis

A bit expensive at local market.

sponix 2 points 10 months ago

G.Skill Aegis 16G 2 x 8G DDR4 2400 Low Profile Ram As Low Profile as DDR4 can get. These have no heat spreaders, just a black and red sticker covering up the sides. Dropped it in an ASRock Z370 Mini ITX Board and it took off and ran just fine. Also did a quick OC to 2666 by just selecting that speed and it ran fine. I didn't have time to validate stability with an OC though, so just dropped it back to stock 2400 before shipping the system out the door.

NateHesselgrave 11 points 10 months ago
from completed build #litfam purple and red.

works perfect at rated speed. I do, however, think it's pretty lame to have stickers on the sides printed to look like heat shields. It could just be a black PCB and that wouldn't look as much like putting chrome hubcaps on poop steel Hyundai wheels. But it's sadly a steal ON SALE at this price for totally basic ddr4.