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Just now, _Drahcir_ said:

The Dominator is Taler and runs at 200MHz more. if you dont care about the looks of your system take the vengance.

also the Vengance has a cash latency of 15 and the dominator of 16. but you wouldnt notice a different

 

So iv been looking at some new ram for me new pc build and I need help working out the difference between these two different sticks of ram.. What's the difference between the corsair vengeance ram and the corsair Dominator ram apart from the speeds and looks. Screenshot_20181009-102408.thumb.png.96a54c69b686bf9e5b63932cbdede9dd.png

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The Dominator is Taler and runs at 200MHz more. if you dont care about the looks of your system take the vengance.

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Just now, _Drahcir_ said:

The Dominator is Taler and runs at 200MHz more. if you dont care about the looks of your system take the vengance.

also the Vengance has a cash latency of 15 and the dominator of 16. but you wouldnt notice a different

 

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3 minutes ago, _Drahcir_ said:

also the Vengance has a cash latency of 15 and the dominator of 16. but you wouldnt notice a different

 

So there's pretty much no big or noticeable difference between the both? 

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12 minutes ago, HDshiny said:

So there's pretty much no big or noticeable difference between the both? 

The Dominator Platinum also supports Corsair Link integration if you're using that (probably not). 

 

The main thing with the Dominator Platinums is the looks.

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