Yes HyperX appears to be better and cheaper, but if you use it with slower speed, or higher latency RAM (latencies higher on Hyper X likely) it won't help though as mixing ram just reverts to both of the sticks using lowest speed and latencies, and if you are building this for games there is no point in going beyong 16gb, likely no need for it for the length of time DDR4 is relevant as even the most demanding games + windows 10 idle processes don't use more then about 10gb and you get no additional performance for extra capacity. Main point don't worry about 32gb vs 16gb for gaming, and don't mix it with slower ram, sell your old ram on Ebay etc.
1 hour ago, Limestone said:
4400MHz, also the reason why I made this post is that the HyperX is cheaper by like 40% and has a lower cas so I was wondering why that is.
55 minutes ago, Bombastinator said:
Check ALL the cas numbers.
Cheaper doesn't mean worse, its usually just about availability, Corsair could be older kit which hasn't adjusted for newer kits on the market with better price v performance. 19-23-23 Corsair vs CL19-21-21 HyperX at 4000mhz so far as i can find info for, HyperX seems like better all around kit, despite lower price.
Paying for a overprice product doesn't make it better.