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Which of these DDR3 modules is best in 1866-2133mhz range?

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http://tweakers.net/categorie/545/geheugen-intern/producten/#filter:RYu9CsMgFEbf5Zsl-BOL9QGydepYMohxsJgmaAiF4Lv3Smi7XLjnnO_AkqeQhxjSBIs1x2cBO-F9yRsxVzwRMj7c4guWM5Q1-CGmLeQCe0DrducmYcRVUj679_epDNq0YHcJ9gElRU-FkheFkaQwqv_vecd_c9Fp1Fo_

 

I have set the filter for you guys. With 2133MHz I can only choose for Patriot memory.
http://tweakers.net/pricewatch/323564/patriot-viper-3-venom-red-pv316g213c1krd/specificaties/

 

But with 1866MHz there are plenty of modules <€122 to choose from.

What do you guys recommend? Or doesn't it really matter? I prefer 1.5v kits of course.

This one catched my eye:

http://tweakers.net/pricewatch/321693/kingston-hyperx-beast-khx18c10t3k2-16x.html CL10 Kingston

Or
http://tweakers.net/pricewatch/322725/g-punt-skill-sniper-f3-1866c9d-16gsr.html CL9 G SKill Sniper

 

Both are 1866MHz modules while the first was 2133MHz.

I currently have Corsair XMS3 1333MHz 2x4GB.

Please stay on topic. Look between the RAM modules of the first pricewatch link. I have set my personal filter. If you don't agree with these three modules at all use that to find the module you want for me. Thank you. I think GSkill has the best kit. I am not sure.


Edited by jonashendrickx - 1/29/13 at 11:51am
post #2 of 7
it doesn't really matter imo. just choose the brand you trust the most. they're pretty much all the same. why do you need 1866-2133 anyway?
post #3 of 7
If not for benching, then what would you need such memory for? Just get bunch of 1600Mhz CL9 and save money.

It would also be helpful to know your setup when picking ram.
post #4 of 7
for years i have always had good results with G.Skill RAM. I never really like snipers compared to the ripjaws line up. one kit to consider would be these
http://tweakers.net/pricewatch/321660/g-punt-skill-ripjaws-f3-1866c9d-16gzh/specificaties/
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i5-2500k

ASRock Z77 Extreme 4

EVGA GTX 670 FTW

Next Haswell build will be

i5 or i7 unlocked K
€150-€200 motherboard

Some games and applications benefit from high speed RAM.
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ivy-bridge-benchmark-core-i7-3770k,3181-10.html

 

Read this, you clearly notice an improvement up to 1866MHz. I expect Haswell to be the same, max 2133MHz.

With my current build I won't notice much difference maybe. But I will.

I currently have Corsair XMS3 1333MHz CL9 2x4GB memory. I don't like it.

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for years i have always had good results with G.Skill RAM. I never really like snipers compared to the ripjaws line up. one kit to consider would be these
http://tweakers.net/pricewatch/321660/g-punt-skill-ripjaws-f3-1866c9d-16gzh/specificaties/

Thank you. It's also available in my favorite shop. Thanks for your time. They look good!

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By the way if you guys like to buy very cheap stuff.

http://afuture.nl/productlist.php?categoryID=-1

 

This contains opened boxes or something. But still unused. Or sometimes it's a GTX570 they can't get sold. So they sell it for half the price or even less. I hope I'm not advertising. But I bought my monitor like this. It was in their showroom.

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