Originally Posted by ChatGhost
They are Corsair XMS3.
Also. Should I go SSD or 8GB More of Ram?
There is nothing wrong with Corsair XMS RAM and they should have a lifetime warranty I believe. Check the Corsair website.
As far as how much RAM to use it depends on what applications you use. Most people are quite happy with 4-8 GB. of RAM for a 64-bit O/S. If you do video editing or CAD or run software that can actually use more RAM than 8 GB. then there might be some advantage to more RAM. If not 8 GB. should be plenty.
SSDs are becoming more popular as prices drop. Right now they are "immature technology" as AnandTech states. This mean that there are documented and undocumented reliability and compatibility issues with most brands and models. Some issues have been resolved with firmware updates but Anand recommends waiting 6-12 months to see if the majority of issues on consumer grade SSDs get resolved.
If your data needs to be secure then I would recommend waiting. If your PC is primarily for entertainment and the loss of data, BSOD, firmware updates, etc. are not a major concern, then you might be ready to pioneer into SSDs.