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Which Ram memory should i pick?

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Hello there. I have 3 different memory kits to pick from for my new PC, help me pick the best one! :)

 

All kits are 2x8GB, 2400Mhz and cl10.

 

- G.Skill Trident X (heard theyre the fastest from this comparision, dont know how much truth there is to that)

- Patriot Viper3 (just a bit more expensive than g.skill, but way better fitting my pc color scheme, also for some reason they have lifetime warranty)

- Corsair Vengance (by far the most expensive, but also fitting my pc color-scheme)

 

Which one of those would you recommend?

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G skill is great for budget and looks


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Hello there. I have 3 different memory kits to pick from for my new PC, help me pick the best one! :)

 

All kits are 2x8GB, 2400Mhz and cl10.

 

- G.Skill Trident X (heard theyre the fastest from this comparision, dont know how much truth there is to that)

- Patriot Viper3 (just a bit more expensive than g.skill, but way better fitting my pc color scheme, also for some reason they have lifetime warranty)

- Corsair Vengance (by far the most expensive, but also fitting my pc color-scheme)

 

Which one of those would you recommend?

get the cheapest one, they're all similar in terms of performance.


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Id get Corsair if it means fitting your color scheme, probably looks better than the other DIMM choices.


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Hello there. I have 3 different memory kits to pick from for my new PC, help me pick the best one! :)

 

All kits are 2x8GB, 2400Mhz and cl10.

 

- G.Skill Trident X (heard theyre the fastest from this comparision, dont know how much truth there is to that)

- Patriot Viper3 (just a bit more expensive than g.skill, but way better fitting my pc color scheme, also for some reason they have lifetime warranty)

- Corsair Vengance (by far the most expensive, but also fitting my pc color-scheme)

 

Which one of those would you recommend?

 

Hello there. I have 3 different memory kits to pick from for my new PC, help me pick the best one! :)

 

All kits are 2x8GB, 2400Mhz and cl10.

 

- G.Skill Trident X (heard theyre the fastest from this comparision, dont know how much truth there is to that)

- Patriot Viper3 (just a bit more expensive than g.skill, but way better fitting my pc color scheme, also for some reason they have lifetime warranty)

- Corsair Vengance (by far the most expensive, but also fitting my pc color-scheme)

 

Which one of those would you recommend?

 

RAM = Random Access Memory.

RAM Memory = Random Access Memory Memory...

 

of the three, ram is ram, go with the cheapest one or the one that fits your build best.


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all good brands so the cheapest one


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SDD drive, LAN network, PSU unit... And now RAM memory?! Get the cheapest kit from a big brand that's at least 1600mhz and cl9


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get the cheapest one that looks good


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Corsair ram is really nice looking and affordable.


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The cheapest kit, 8gb minimum, and try to match your color scheme if possible. A kit with 2 sticks is better than a kit with one stick usually, so 8gb= 4gb + 4gb. 

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