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Yes sometimes another color costs more or less =) just like with cars...

so i have 2 pages on the same site, both ram. but one costs more than the other, can anyone explain me why since i cant see a difference in specs. ones white ones grey, am i missing something? (color difference cant be 10€)

 

https://tweakers.net/pricewatch/479076/crucial-ballistix-sport-lt-bls2k4g4d240fsc.html

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https://tweakers.net/pricewatch/438409/crucial-ballistix-sport-lt-bls2c4g4d240fsb/specificaties/

 

specwise both same, one has higher price per gb. is that the only reason? if that is the only reason then why lol? just because they can?

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Yes sometimes another color costs more or less =) just like with cars...

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Just now, Anghammarad said:

Yes sometimes another color costs more or less =) just like with cars...

so theres literally no point in buying the white one if you're on a budget? 10bucks for a different color jeez, might aswell buy some liquid tpex and paint it urself lol.

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Only the colour is different, specs are the same. Colour can certainly make that much price difference, but it can also be down to supply and demand. 

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Is nobody else noticing that it was listed at

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2.400mhz.png.313ace3a959af4d149a595aa648d5ac3.png

"2.400Mhz" speed?

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Just now, Flawizz said:

so theres literally no point in buying the white one if you're on a budget? 10bucks for a different color jeez, might aswell buy some liquid tpex and paint it urself lol.

Bear in mind that they also used different coloured PCBs. Black is very common for PCBs, white is not so common so may cost more to manufacture. 

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1 minute ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

Is nobody else noticing that it was listed at

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2.400mhz.png.313ace3a959af4d149a595aa648d5ac3.png

"2.400Mhz" speed?

whats wrong with that?

 

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Just now, Flawizz said:

whats wrong with that?

 

It's an error on their site, it's supposed to be 2400Mhz, not 2.400Mhz.

 

Just pointing that out for the entertainment value.

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Just now, Crunchy Dragon said:

It's an error on their site, it's supposed to be 2400Mhz, not 2.400Mhz.

 

Just pointing that out for the entertainment value.

ah ok :D i was worried

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Just now, Flawizz said:

ah ok :D i was worried

Well, look at it this way: If your DDR4 memory is running at anything lower than 2000Mhz, you should be worried haha

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48 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

It's an error on their site, it's supposed to be 2400Mhz, not 2.400Mhz.

 

Just pointing that out for the entertainment value.

Yeah, thats not a mistake...

Just a normal thousands separator.

 

https://language-boutique.com/lost-in-translation-full-reader/writing-numbers-points-or-commas.html

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1 hour ago, EDBerG said:

Yeah, thats not a mistake...

Just a normal thousands separator.

 

https://language-boutique.com/lost-in-translation-full-reader/writing-numbers-points-or-commas.html

oh weird. It looked like a decimal point

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5 minutes ago, Crunchy Dragon said:

oh weird. It looked like a decimal point

It is. In Europe and most places outside the US, they switch the comma and decimal.

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Just now, BingoFishy said:

It is. In Europe and most places outside the US, they switch the comma and decimal.

lol that's weird. Although why not just leave it as a whole number without the comma or period or whatever the heck it is

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Just now, Crunchy Dragon said:

lol that's weird. Although why not just leave it as a whole number without the comma or period or whatever the heck it is

In general, to make it easier to read. Here, it doesn't matter.

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