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post #6321 of 19603
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Which RAM should i buy ?
1. Corsair Vengeance Pro 2133mhz
11-11-11-27 @ 1,5v
2. Corsair Vengeance Pro 2133mhz
9-11-11-31 @ 1,65v

of those two? probably the first one, as you can bump the voltage from 1.5 up to 1.65 manually and see if you can increase the frequency tongue.gif
post #6322 of 19603
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Originally Posted by Menphisto View Post

Which RAM should i buy ?
1. Corsair Vengeance Pro 2133mhz
11-11-11-27 @ 1,5v
2. Corsair Vengeance Pro 2133mhz
9-11-11-31 @ 1,65v

The answer would depend on what you're trying to do....
post #6323 of 19603
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The answer would depend on what you're trying to do....
just gaming
post #6324 of 19603
I would say probably neither kit and i have no idea why you narrowed it down to those two
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post #6325 of 19603
Because im a Corsair fanboy biggrin.gif
post #6326 of 19603
Ok good, Corsair doesn't make the RAM though. It's just written on the little sticker on the side.

If you're getting more than the cheapest kit then you're in it for performance and benching (unless you live in the US, where they freakishly often have 2x4gb kits like 2133c9@1.6v for $55 or 2400c11@1.65v that clocks well @$63) and the type of RAM you get, IC's and such is very important for that - the least you can do is ask around for some knowledgeable people to recommend a kit that performs well at 1.7v
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post #6327 of 19603
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Ok good, Corsair doesn't make the RAM though. It's just written on the little sticker on the side.

If you're getting more than the cheapest kit then you're in it for performance and benching (unless you live in the US, where they freakishly often have 2x4gb kits like 2133c9@1.6v for $55 or 2400c11@1.65v that clocks well @$63) and the type of RAM you get, IC's and such is very important for that - the least you can do is ask around for some knowledgeable people to recommend a kit that performs well at 1.7v

is there a current list for the IC's used in the various corsair kits?
post #6328 of 19603
If you want some performance ram at a decent price, look into the G.Skill TridentX 2400Mhz C10 ram. I've heard, depending on the kit you get, that you can clock it down to C9 without changing the voltage. If you are just gaming and not benching. Don't bother buying better RAM unless you are using 1333Mhz ram...
post #6329 of 19603
Probably, but i don't have that stuff in my brain atm
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post #6330 of 19603
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If you want some performance ram at a decent price, look into the G.Skill TridentX 2400Mhz C10 ram. I've heard, depending on the kit you get, that you can clock it down to C9 without changing the voltage. If you are just gaming and not benching. Don't bother buying better RAM unless you are using 1333Mhz ram...

yeah but bf4 64p doe
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