hmm... not sure but i think i was the one that copied the link, not you... it is correct, and you are either blind, or too lazy to read or open your eyes. That is newegg, a consistently cheap site, but not what people use for standard prices, that is pricewatch.com, ever heard of it? I guess you are the one who is new to computers.
wow you are one lazy ... anyway if you had taken 2 seconds you would have seen that the third product listed on the front page is the newly priced cheap corsair memory.
gouda96 - check this forums policies on rude behavior and edit your post accordingly. The reason i made my comment was because you linked a site that everyone on this website frequents several times an hour. You made the fundamental equivalent of yelling at drivers on a road "YOU KNOW RED MEANS STOP" . Yes, we know newegg is well priced and reliable. Thats why we use newegg as the standard. If a part we desire cost more than newegg then it is a BAD DEAL. if it cost less than newegg then it is a GOOD DEAL. do you understand this logic yet? If you don't gauge prices by newegg, what retailer DO you use? i personally would prefer to gauge prices by the largest retailer of computer parts online.
Newegg rotates what they show on the front page. You can refresh a couple of times and the front page will change. Newegg and Googlegear both have the best (and usually the same) pricing on corsair ram.