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Corsair Dominator Platinum RAM are a massive ripoff and you can get Kingston G Skill or other RAM just as good for way less.
And unless you are a professional editor or something you dont need 32 GB of RAM.
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post #12 of 28
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Originally Posted by shilka View Post

Corsair Dominator Platinum RAM are a massive ripoff and you can get Kingston G Skill or other RAM just as good for way less.
And unless you are a professional editor or something you dont need 32 GB of RAM.

Anywhere between 16-32GB should be suitable, it doesnt cost a fortune for 32GB if you really want it, if you go for the cheaper end ones, I bet you can probably find them for around 250$ or so, probably less.

But unless you either really want it or need it, theres no point in buying it.

Off topic: Nice to see another dane!
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Off topic: Nice to see another dane!
There is a few around but i dont think there is anyone with as many posts as me.
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The 32GB is for the continuous integration/build portion of the duties for this box (not gaming). It will have multiple concurrent mysql instances and build/test proccesses running within docker, so yes, 32GB may still be a bit over the top, but rather have that than stretch the 16gb.

I'll look at GSkill and Kingston
 
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post #15 of 28
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Kingston HyperX FURY 32GB (4 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 2666 (PC4 21300) Compatible with Intel X99 chipset Memory Kit Model HX426C15FBK4/32?

http://www.neweggbusiness.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9B-20-104-539&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleBiz-PC&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleBiz-PC-_-pla-_-Desktop+Memory-_-9B-20-104-539&gclid=COOom7CJk8gCFUw8gQodL1kIVA
Edited by ChestySpankers - 9/25/15 at 2:01pm
 
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post #16 of 28
Those Kingston are $130 cheaper then the Corsair ones and they are just as good so what you are paying for is $129 worth of bling.
Thats why i called them a massive ripoff.

They are lower profile as well which means thy wont get in the way of big air coolers.
Edited by shilka - 9/25/15 at 2:22pm
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post #17 of 28
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There is a few around but i dont think there is anyone with as many posts as me.
Good to hear that we are few smile.gif

Anyways, if you really dont care about the looks, the Crucial ones are dirt cheap.
post #18 of 28
From my experience (as an IT tech), Kingston memory is pretty much the best for reliability, whereas Corsair is amongst the worst.
I don't know about the reliability of Crucial, other than "much better than Corsair". My 16GB kit has lasted 8 months so far, and still has no issues.

Do you really NEED X99? It all looks great on paper, sure, but X99 has some serious issues that need fixing.
Don't get an Asus X99 board. They've shown a tendency towards randomly killing CPUs.
Don't get Gigabyte either, unless you're absolutely sure that you don't need to get into the UEFI. Even with a PS/2 keyboard, Rosie tends to ignore the keyboard until the OS is halfway through loading. It can often take me in excess of 20 minutes to get into UEFI.
Really, what I'm getting at here is; get Skylake instead. It's cheaper, almost as powerful, uses less power, and isn't a beta.
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From my experience (as an IT tech), Kingston memory is pretty much the best for reliability, whereas Corsair is amongst the worst.
I don't know about the reliability of Crucial, other than "much better than Corsair". My 16GB kit has lasted 8 months so far, and still has no issues.

Do you really NEED X99? It all looks great on paper, sure, but X99 has some serious issues that need fixing.
Don't get an Asus X99 board. They've shown a tendency towards randomly killing CPUs.
Don't get Gigabyte either, unless you're absolutely sure that you don't need to get into the UEFI. Even with a PS/2 keyboard, Rosie tends to ignore the keyboard until the OS is halfway through loading. It can often take me in excess of 20 minutes to get into UEFI.
Really, what I'm getting at here is; get Skylake instead. It's cheaper, almost as powerful, uses less power, and isn't a beta.

He could get a MSI motherboard, yes they are cheap, but they are actually really good, tons of features and haven't really noticed any annoying problems, it worked like a charm espicially when doing BSOD when doing stress testing.
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He could get a MSI motherboard, yes they are cheap, but they are actually really good, tons of features and haven't really noticed any annoying problems, it worked like a charm espicially when doing BSOD when doing stress testing.

MSI claims to use particularly high grade components on their boards, which is a good sign. Gigabyte does much the same, and my opinion on reliability is much the same of Gigabyte as it is of Kingston.
I've not had much experience with MSI boards, as I don't see them at work too often, but I have yet to see a dead one.
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