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2 x 8GB
Price / GB
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- 69 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build NZXT H200 Black & White RGB Theme
Great corsair product and i chose this over the cl16 hynix version. I rather have samsung b-die because amd ryzen benefits from faster memory. I use the bios setting to get 14-14-14-?? (i forgot) with DOCP standard oc. Great rgb lightning and great performance so far. Maybe this is the right ram for this cpu and motherboard? My only complaint is WHERE IS THE WHITE VERSION of this exact ram?
- 29 points
- 16 months ago
from completed build Inwin a1 V2
Great corsair proiduct and i chose this over the cl16 hynix version. I rather have samsung b-die because amd ryzen benefits from faster memory. I use the bios setting to get 14-14-14-?? (i forgot) with DOCP standard oc. Great rgb lightning and great performance so far. Maybe this is the right ram for this cpu and motherboard?
- 25 points
- 16 months ago
from completed build The Aquarium PC
Runs at its rated speed right out of the box and looks great. The only issue I have is that all my other Corsair components are managed and monitored through Corsair's LINK software, but for some reason, I can't change anything on my RAM through that. What I ended up having to do was download Corsair's iCUE software and set my RGB profile for my RAM there, then uninstall it. It kept my profile on my RAM and still allowed me to monitor and manage all my other hardware through LINK.
- 9 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build Dream Achieved
Fast and beautiful. I went for the sweet spot of clock speed and latency, as you seem to get diminishing returns (especially when compared to cost) as you pass the 3200 mark and latencies increase. I went with 16GB because I figure 32GB is overkill for current games, and there's no point in "futureproofing" here because by the time games actually need 32GB we'll probably be on DDR5.