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Blue DDR4 ram ?

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Helloo,

I just recently bought a ASUS Z170-AR Motherboard:

https://www.pccasegear.com/products/32864/asus-z170-ar-motherboard

I was trying to for a white/blue themed build, I bought white corsair LED fans etc,

was wondering if there were many options out there in terms of blue ram?

I found these few, Thoughts ?

http://www.scorptec.com.au/product/RAM/DDR4/60561-CMK16GX4M2B3000C15B?gclid=CjwKEAiArdG1BRCLvs_q-IObwxMSJACXbLtzy3-1vCEyWkmDaTohOxh_GpU_Elv3izwSKGgTCRk70hoCLrDw_wcB

https://www.google.com.au/shopping/product/7592830948954249483?q=blue+ddr4+ram&espv=2&biw=1745&bih=890&prds=paur:CmkAsKraXxz6YR_InAXhee72GZJ4TLRGtusyBhls8ssUoHM0aYvfGnVUsFkmksLcPJhuTZR0-AFcQvXdCoOiqahHSfnnrLp0sOSZNv-RU5bwhg_7R56AlOlsrB1EwmaodgleGwYsHXu1LIkSGQBT1R-9oJs-_D7wq2hyHZEilvN12PLCIHA&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiB3MXBweDKAhVYzGMKHb6pDfgQ8wIIuQIwCQ

Otherwise I might just go with some black corsair 3000mhz ram instead.

Cheers. thumb.gif
post #2 of 4
Of those two, the Corsair memory has better timings. The GeIL is white with blue LEDs so if that's what you want, then maybe slower timings doesn't matter to you.

If I was trying for a white and blue theme, I would try to get my hands on this set. LINK

post #3 of 4
G.Skill makes blue DDR4 with some good specs, you should check them out.
 
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Originally Posted by Shaded War View Post

Of those two, the Corsair memory has better timings. The GeIL is white with blue LEDs so if that's what you want, then maybe slower timings doesn't matter to you.

If I was trying for a white and blue theme, I would try to get my hands on this set. LINK


oo ok, Those sticks look niceeee !!! thumb.gifthumb.gif

If I cant find any of those in any aus shops near me I will just end up going with the corsair + rep for the help smile.gif
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