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What speed/latency Corsair Dominators ?

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Which memory sticks would you recommend from the 2x4GB kits (first 3) ??

The 2666 kit runs at 1.2V. Is that a big advantage over the other 2 which would make me choose them ? I like memory that runs at lower voltage.


P.S. - for a system with a 6700K + Asus ROG Maximus VIII Hero
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up ?
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https://www.price.ro/preturi_corsair_dominator_8gb_kit_2x4gb_ddr4_3000mhz_cmd8gx4m2b3000c15_1288372.htm

Outstanding frequency, tight enough timings. It has a higher frequency than the one of those but the same timings. So I would suggest going after the 3000 kit.
Edited by Cybertox - 2/17/16 at 1:44pm
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Another question for the knowledgeables:

Are these:

LINK1

better than these:

LINK2 ?
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? welp
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Follow this formula:

Frequency/CAS latency (the first number in the timings).

The higher that number is, the better.


EDIT: Lower voltage is an advantage, but only if you want to overclock the RAM beyond the XMP profile. 1.2V DDR4 will (usually) run above its rated speed if you set it to 1.3V
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Follow this formula:

Frequency/CAS latency (the first number in the timings).

The higher that number is, the better.


EDIT: Lower voltage is an advantage, but only if you want to overclock the RAM beyond the XMP profile. 1.2V DDR4 will (usually) run above its rated speed if you set it to 1.3V

I know, but in this case i linked they are the same 3200/16, 3000/15.
From what i saw on the internet and oc.net people seem to go for the 3200, higher frequency, don't know if it's just my impression though.
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If they have the same Frequency/CAS, the one with higher frequency is better.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CAS_latency
Check the 1600/8 vs the 800/4
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