The best DDR4 and DDR5 RAM prices for July 2024

Neo Forza RAM
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If you haven't upgraded your RAM in a while, you might want to think about it. RAM is one of the simplest things to upgrade on your PC that leads to one of the largest steps up in performance. With better, faster, and more RAM you can do so many more things on your PC. It is the key to multi-tasking with multiple programs or loads of browser tabs or whatever. The more you do on your computer, the more RAM you need.

Over the last couple of years, thanks in large part to things outside all of our control, RAM prices skyrocketed and fluctuated a lot. These days, though, the prices are normalizing and deals can be found once again. Of course, the release of the new generation DDR5 SDRAM in 2020 means good things for deals, too. DDR4 was around for a long time and is still perfectly viable, but as the latest version is adopted more and more the previous generation will drop in price.

Whether you're looking for the newest tech or just want to upgrade an older machine, we've got all the best prices right here. 

Best DDR5 RAM prices:

Corsair Vengeance DDR5

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1. Corsair Vengeance 32GB 4800MHz

Speed: 4800MHz | Timing: 34-35-35-69 | Voltage: 1.10V | DIMMs: 2 x 16GB

Very similar to other RAM on this list, this is the cheapest because it's the slowest, but that don't mean much when the speeds are already much faster than most DDR4 kits. The price is its lowest ever considering it was going for as much as $260 in May 2022.

Corsair Vengeance DDR5 RAM

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2. Corsair Vengeance 32GB 5200MHz

Speed: 5200MHz | Timing: 38-38-38-84 | Voltage: 1.25V | DIMMs: 2 x 16GB

We saw this RAM drop to $180 for Prime Day, but it did bounce back up in price a bit afterwards. Right now it has actually beaten that price by a bit, which is great considering it was going for as much as $250 in May. 

Corsair Vengeance DDR5 5600MHz

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3. Corsair Vengeance 32GB 5600MHz

Speed: 5600MHz | Timing: 36-36-36-76 | Voltage: 1.25V | DIMMs: 2 x 16GB

Another member of the Corsair family going on sale, but this one comes from Best Buy this time. Essentially you just need to decide how much you want to spend and what sort of speed you want, but you should be able to find a good deal with the Corsair Vengeance lineup if you're looking for DDR5.

Corsair Dominator DDR5 5200

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4. Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 32GB 5200MHz

Speed: 5200MHz | Timing: 40-40-40-77 | Voltage: 1.25V | DIMMs: 2 x 16GB

We actually shared a deal on this RAM during Prime Day when it had dropped to around $270 because that was pretty impressive compared to its regular price. This deal blows that one out of the water and is easily its lowest ever.

G.Skill Trident Z5 RAM

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5. G.Skill Trident Z5 32GB 6000MHz

Speed: 6000MHz | Timing: 36-36-36-96 | Voltage: 1.35V | DIMMs: 2 x 16GB

This memory kit has been steadily dropping in price over the last several months. In February 2022, it was going for as much as $470 with incremental drops since then. Later last year, it hit a new low of $320. And today we're breaking records all over again. Will it go lower? Who knows, but I'd hate to see it jump back up before you grabbed it for yourself!

Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB DDR5 RAM

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6. Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB 32GB

Speed: 5600MHz | Timing: 36-36-36-76 | Voltage: 1.25V | DIMMs: 2 x 16GB

Great RAM for a build using a white aesthetic. This memory kit was selling for as much as $340 in late June, and it dropped to $315 for Prime Day. Now it's down to an all-new low price.

G.Skill Trident Z5 DDR5 RGB RAM

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7. G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB 32GB

Speed: 6400MHz | Timing: 32-39-39-102 | Voltage: 1.40V | DIMMs: 2 x 16GB

Before October, this kit had never sold for less than $360. It has been on a steady decline for a while now, though, and is hitting new lows with today's deal.

Best DDR4 RAM prices:

Silicon Power 16GB 3200MHz RAM

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1. Silicon Power 16GB (2x8GB) 3200MHz

Speed: 3200MHz | Timing: 16-18-18-38 | Voltage: 1.35V | DIMMs: 2 x 8GB

You get timing of 16-18-18-38 and a voltage of 1.35V. The RAM includes a heatsink mechanism and supports Intel XMP for easy overclocking. This is also historically the lowest price we've ever seen.


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2. OLOy Owl Aura Sync RGB 16GB 3200MHz

Speed: 3200MHz | Timing: 16-20-20-38 | Voltage: 1.35V | DIMMs: 2 x 8GB

This kit has been selling for around $84 for the last couple months. Before that it was selling for around $70. Either way, today's price is the lowest we have ever seen.

Neo Forza Faye 16GB RAM

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3. Neo Forza Faye 16GB 3200MHz

Speed: 3200MHz | Timing: 16-18-18-36 | Voltage: 1.35V | DIMMs: 2 x 8GB

A great budget kit that has sold as low as $49 but has also gone as high as $80 in the past. Has a timing of 16-18-18-36 and a 1.35V voltage. 

Corsair Vengeance LPX RAM

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4. Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB 3200MHz

Speed: 3200MHz | Timing: 16-18-18-36 | Voltage: 1.35V | DIMMs: 2 x 8GB

This memory kit is optimized for both Intel and AMD motherboards and includes plenty of headroom for overclocking. Plus it has a low profile so it can fit in small form factor computers. Supports Intel XMP 2.0 for easy installation and setup, too. 

G.Skill Ripjaws V Series DDR4 RAM

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5. G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 16GB 3600MHz

Speed: 3600MHz | Timing: 16-19-19-39 | Voltage: 1.35V | DIMMs: 2 x 8GB

The timing for this memory includes 16-19-19-39 with a voltage of 1.35V. G.Skill makes a lot of great budget memory kits, so at this price you should be able to make these work for you for a long time. 


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6. XPG D55 RGB 16GB 3200MHz

Speed: 3200MHz | Timing: | Voltage: 1.35V | DIMMs: 2 x 8GB

 This kit has actually dropped as low as $50 recently, but even the current price is a great deal and well below what it was going for earlier this summer. It's a great option if you need some affordable DDR4 right now.

Team T-Force Delta DDR4 RAM

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7. Team T-Force Delta 16GB 3600MHz

Speed: 3600MHz | Timing: 18-22-22-42 | Voltage: 1.35V | DIMMs: 2 x 8GB

If you're shopping on a budget, but you also want that white aesthetic then this is a great option for you. The RAM supports Intel XMP 2.0 for overclocking so you can get the most out of it.

Team T-Force Vulcan Z RAM

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8. Team T-Force Vulcan Z 32GB 3200MHz

Speed: 3200MHz | Timing: 16-20-20-40 | Voltage: 1.35V | DIMMs: 2 x 16GB

Inexpensive and well-designed, this RAM kit includes Intel XMP 2.0 overclocking support and works with a wide range of motherboards and CPUs. 

Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4 RAM

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9. Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 32GB

Speed: 3200MHz | Timing: 16-18-18-36 | Voltage: 1.35V | DIMMs: 4 x 8GB

If you've got all four sockets on your motherboard available and want to get up to 32GB, then you can't go wrong with this kit from Corsair. These have room for overclocking and are optimized for both Intel and AMD motherboards. You'll even be able to use Corsair's iCue software to change the lighting.

Teamgroup Elite Plus DDR4 RAM

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10. TeamGroup Elite Plus 64GB

Speed: 3200MHz | Timing: 22-22-22-52 | Voltage: 1.20V | DIMMs: 2 x 32GB

Even discounted, this is an investment for RAM but the price is a great low compared to what it normally sells for. Plus it's a safe bet you haven't upgraded to 64GB yet, so maybe now is your time. 

Spotting RAM Deals

RAM is hard to track as far as finding the best value from every iteration. There are just so many brands and so many capacities and so many different speeds to keep track of. The best way to to decide what RAM works for you is just to decide how much of a capacity you need and then how much money you want to spend. Amazon, Best Buy, and Newegg are the top online retailers for the best RAM deals, but you might be able to find some solid discounts at local computer stores, too. Check out the Windows Central Ultimate RAM buyer's guide for more information on making the best decision.

John Levite
Deals Editor

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.