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Corsair Dominator Platinum - 4x4GB - 2133mhz

Corsair Dominator GT - 4x4GB - 2133mhz

Corsair Vengeance Pro - 2x8GB - 1866mhz

From a practical standpoint, there's no reason to get those fancy expensive sticks. I'd get the Vengeance. Otherwise it's up to you if the other ones are worth the money for their aesthetics or whatever reason.
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Hey guys,

Just thought I would post a few more pics. Felt my case was a little cramped so I have done some cable tidying, modified the HDD Bay slightly to add extra airflow, and removed my Corsair Link Commander (The M6E has a squillion fan headers, and the lighting node runs without it)

I'm going to replace the stock 200mm fan with a BitFenix Spectre Pro.

Lastly when I bought my new parts, I didn't have enough money to splash out on some new RAM so I'm just using my old Corsair valueRam 1333mhz. What would you guys recommend?

Corsair Dominator Platinum - 4x4GB - 2133mhz

Corsair Dominator GT - 4x4GB - 2133mhz

Corsair Vengeance Pro - 2x8GB - 1866mhz Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I'd suggest going with something else than Corsair. You can usually get better sticks for the same price from the likes of G.Skill, Kingston and Crucial. Plus they look INSANELY better.
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Mergatroid looking it to cutting the case now but i don't have the gear for that so have to get some if I go that way

what would be a good replace fan for it?

Spectre Pro fans are good if you get one that works well. Cooler Master makes some good fans, and if you don't mind a little mod for mounting, NZXT makes a 166 cfm fan that's just awesome.

If you just want to bolt it in, the Spectre Pro 200mm fan is likely the best option for the front. Use a couple of 120mm fans for the top if you don't like the 200mm stock fan.

If you decide to cut out the mesh, and you don't have a roto tool like a Dremel (or can't borrow one), people have used a pair of side cutters to cut the mesh. You can also use a hack saw blade. It will take some care to do it well though.
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I'd suggest going with something else than Corsair. You can usually get better sticks for the same price from the likes of G.Skill, Kingston and Crucial. Plus they look INSANELY better.

I have to agree. I was using a pair of G.Skill 4GB DIMMs that not only performed without any problems, but looked awesome as well. A friend of mine bought a set of Kingston 8GB sticks and it turned out he couldn't use them in his rig and he left it too long to return them. So, I gave him my G.Skill memory and took his Kingstons, and paid the difference. I do sort of miss the look 'cause they were pretty sweet, but I have 16GB now so I'm not complaining.
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I'd suggest going with something else than Corsair. You can usually get better sticks for the same price from the likes of G.Skill, Kingston and Crucial. Plus they look INSANELY better.
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I have to agree. I was using a pair of G.Skill 4GB DIMMs that not only performed without any problems, but looked awesome as well. A friend of mine bought a set of Kingston 8GB sticks and it turned out he couldn't use them in his rig and he left it too long to return them. So, I gave him my G.Skill memory and took his Kingstons, and paid the difference. I do sort of miss the look 'cause they were pretty sweet, but I have 16GB now so I'm not complaining.

That's subjective, though. Personally I think Corsair's sticks have the best aesthetics by far.
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I have owned corsair memory in the past, i always end up with other brands though. I always tend to go for G.SKILL these days. Rock Solid Memory.

My RipJawz 2133mhz 16GB kit is faultless. Before that i had 8GB of Corsair Vengeance which was good memory, but the heat sinks are unnecessarily tall so you can forget push / pull of any sort in the 600T. I do like the new ones which have a strip of colour on top, they still only seem to be a max of 1866mhz though before you get into serious money.
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From a practical standpoint, there's no reason to get those fancy expensive sticks. I'd get the Vengeance. Otherwise it's up to you if the other ones are worth the money for their aesthetics or whatever reason.

 

 

Price is no issue, lol I'm by no means rich, in fact probably the opposite, but I work hard and enjoy it when I can, so for me its about keeping to the core of the theme for my rig, its built around ASUS and Corsair. I have had to move away from them only for my BD-RW which is Pioneer and My SSDs which are Samsung, the rest of the core components are ASUS and Corsair.

 

I would love to get the Dominator Platinum they are my prefered choice, but the white LEDs clash with my blue and red theme. The Dominator GTs are red which suits my theme but are harder to get from where I live and the Vengeance seems to be the best all rounder from Corsair.

 

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I'd suggest going with something else than Corsair. You can usually get better sticks for the same price from the likes of G.Skill, Kingston and Crucial. Plus they look INSANELY better.

 

Don't get me wrong they are all good looking sticks, and proven performers, but for me the Corsair RAM looks far better than the rest, but looks are something that is completely subjective.

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If you just want to bolt it in, the Spectre Pro 200mm fan is likely the best option for the front. Use a couple of 120mm fans for the top if you don't like the 200mm stock fan.

If you decide to cut out the mesh, and you don't have a roto tool like a Dremel (or can't borrow one), people have used a pair of side cutters to cut the mesh. You can also use a hack saw blade. It will take some care to do it well though..


I did think of pair of side cutter but stop when I remember what happen to me last time I use them.

I may be able to get my hands on a Jig saw might be a bit better then using a hack saw blade well faster at lest.

I'm looking in to maybe get a Dremel if there not to much as it real like to be a one time thing I might a see if I can just hire one of a shop near me if they hire.

side note I'm happy with the 200mm stock fans it just that dam noise my case site 30 cm from me and it just a pain in the bum its OK when have head set on but that not all the time.
but I will keep the 120mm fans in mind.

thanks for all your help.
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I did think of pair of side cutter but stop when I remember what happen to me last time I use them.

I may be able to get my hands on a Jig saw might be a bit better then using a hack saw blade well faster at lest.

I'm looking in to maybe get a Dremel if there not to much as it real like to be a one time thing I might a see if I can just hire one of a shop near me if they hire.

side note I'm happy with the 200mm stock fans it just that dam noise my case site 30 cm from me and it just a pain in the bum its OK when have head set on but that not all the time.
but I will keep the 120mm fans in mind.

thanks for all your help.
The noise you are describing IS the stock 200mm fans i can assure you, removing them and switching them out with either a Megaflow or Spectre Pro will remove 99% of the noise i can tell you that much. Even without cutting the mesh it's already reduced by a BIG amount, the reason to remove the mesh is to get better airflow.
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The noise you are describing IS the stock 200mm fans i can assure you, removing them and switching them out with either a Megaflow or Spectre Pro will remove 99% of the noise i can tell you that much. Even without cutting the mesh it's already reduced by a BIG amount, the reason to remove the mesh is to get better airflow.

yes that the noise I'm on talking about.

looking at both fans and still thinking of cutting out mesh for air flow. due to where my system sit it is a warm spot no were I can put it but were it is due to kids and it get hto in my place in summer and that not long away here.



thanks for all the help.
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