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2 x 8GB
Price / GB
Black / Red
ECC / Registered
Non-ECC / Unbuffered
- 20 points
- 50 months ago
from completed build Blackhawk 1.0
Looks great, performs great.
- 18 points
- 59 months ago
from completed build BATPIMP's Mean Lean PIMP Machine!
If you plan on running BF4 at 1080p 120+fps YOU NEED 2400mhz ram.
I didn't realize how important it was for BF4 until endless hours of messing my machine parts.
Aside from that this thing runs fantastically. I was running at 1866mhz stock by mistake. Sorry I was noob at the time on how to change the MHz of my ram. Once I unlocked its full potential by manually setting it to 2400mhz this thing made all the difference.
Hope this helps. Feel free to ask me any questions
- 9 points
- 51 months ago
from completed build Lilith (my wifes rival)
very good Ram, have mine running at 2400 for half a year now without any trouble
- 5 points
- 29 months ago
from completed build Core Essence
Fast and reliable GSkill DDR3 memory. One of the best value choices at the time of purchase for 2 sticks of fast 16gb ram that also look edgy (assuming you go for a red build). The high profile kits have no compatibility issues with the NH-D15 and the 1.65v xmp has a no hassle plug and play experience. Overclocking on this kit is on the below average side and the end result as with most memory oc and tighter timings, is not worth the overall potential instability or gains (AMD or APUs usually have more tangible returns on everyday overall performance scenarios, not just synthetics tests). 2500 is feasible with relaxed timings and 1.7+ voltage but 2600 gives out a strict refusal to boot regardless. Still a pretty solid plug and play memory kit that still works flawless for me.