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16 GB (2 x 8 GB) Team Dark 240-Pin DDR3 2400 Desktop Memory Kit for $47.99, 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) G.SKILL Aegis 288-Pin DDR4 2400 Desktop Memory Kit for $48.99 & More @ Newegg.com

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Hey guys,

I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.

16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR3/DDR3L Desktop Memory Kits:
8 GB (2 x 4 GB) DDR3L Laptop Memory Kits:

16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 Desktop Memory Kits:

32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4 Desktop Memory Kits:
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ugh. need to find a good ddr3l laptop ram deal for 8gb sticks. those are becoming less and less common
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Good price, anyone know about there quality/performance?
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Good price, anyone know about there quality/performance?
Performance: for DD3, a decent speed & decent latency is all you could want (CL9 @ 1600MHz -> CL11 @ 2400MHz) . All of the DDR3 modules are decent. Big Grin None of them are "stupid bad".

And with a bit of system agent volts + 1.7V, I think most of the DDR3 sticks could be tightened up a bit or overclocked a multi or two.

My Corsair DDR3-1866 @ CL9 @1.5V do DDR3-2200 @ CL9 @ 1.7V, no cooling issues whatsoever.

Can't tell on the DDR4 ones, though. That DDR4-2400 @ CL16, though, looks pretty "first batch of DDR4 ever made", hahaha.
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Performance: for DD3, a decent speed & decent latency is all you could want (CL9 @ 1600MHz -> CL11 @ 2400MHz) . All of the DDR3 modules are decent. Big Grin None of them are "stupid bad".

And with a bit of system agent volts + 1.7V, I think most of the DDR3 sticks could be tightened up a bit or overclocked a multi or two.

My Corsair DDR3-1866 @ CL9 @1.5V do DDR3-2200 @ CL9 @ 1.7V, no cooling issues whatsoever.

Can't tell on the DDR4 ones, though. That DDR4-2400 @ CL16, though, looks pretty "first batch of DDR4 ever made", hahaha.
Hi thanks for the info, so would the team dark 2400 cl 11 be a downgrade from a kingston hyper x Fury 1866 cl 10?

Also, how good is the xmp profile, does that improve it over the kingston's? Thanks thanks
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Hi thanks for the info, so would the team dark 2400 cl 11 be a downgrade from a kingston hyper x Fury 1866 cl 10?

Also, how good is the xmp profile, does that improve it over the kingston's? Thanks thanks
Your bandwidth increases by 28% and your latency decreases by 17%.

But, unless you are running daily computational fluid dynamics, massive zip archiving/extracting, or extremely CPU-heavy games (like ARMA, GTA V, or BF4) at CPU-bound settings, you will never notice the difference.
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Your bandwidth increases by 28% and your latency decreases by 17%.

But, unless you are running daily computational fluid dynamics, massive zip archiving/extracting, or extremely CPU-heavy games (like ARMA, GTA V, or BF4) at CPU-bound settings, you will never notice the difference.
I will be running a heavy cpu game, starcraft2 Haha. Thanks for the detailed input.

I'm in for one. Should I use the xmp profile? Also I'm going from 8 to 16 gb, should see a nice bump in performance.

Then I'm going to start thinking about my transition to ddr 4 ?
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I will be running a heavy cpu game, starcraft2 Haha. Thanks for the detailed input.

I'm in for one. Should I use the xmp profile? Also I'm going from 8 to 16 gb, should see a nice bump in performance.

Then I'm going to start thinking about my transition to ddr 4 ?
Yup, no worries. It'll only be a "decent" enough difference if you're running at CPU-bound settings, though; it depends on your GPU & in-game settings.

Take Corsair's benching with a grain of salt, but they saw around 5 to 6% FPS increases at 1080p maxed out.

http://www.corsair.com/en-us/blog...lrealworld

The higher the GPU settings, the lower the increase.

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16GB, possibly, yeah! If you have RAM caching (like Samsung RAPID), it'll be a bit more noticeable or if you multi-task quite a bit, true. Or if edit videos or run VMs, haha. There are definitely use cases for 16GB.

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Yeah, right? I'm contemplating DDR4, but I want to tie it with a CPU purchase at the same time.
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