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Oh no, 10 nano seconds and not the latest in rgb tech? Hard pass, for sure

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But seriously, unless you're really sensitive to even the smallest performance issue, most people will not care
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Yeah, that would change everything and make a HUGE performance difference...
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wow. life changing...
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man if only the 3200 version would ever go on sale...
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So if I buy 2 kits I get 32gb. Has anybody actually ever had issues combining kits?
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So if I buy 2 kits I get 32gb. Has anybody actually ever had issues combining kits?
You'll be fine
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CAS Latency 16 - not the greatest deal.

FYI, to determine latency in nanoseconds you take the (CAS Latency/Frequency)*2000

This comes out to 10.67 nanoseconds... not the greatest at this price.

Corsair just announced some new RGB technology for all of their products at CES 2019. If you're really into RGB, I would wait to see what new products they offer. Seems like RGB brightness, and performance will be much greater than it is now
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So if I buy 2 kits I get 32gb. Has anybody actually ever had issues combining kits?
as long as you're motherboard has 4 slots for RAM, you'll be fine
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So if I buy 2 kits I get 32gb. Has anybody actually ever had issues combining kits?
Well the only issue I have when doing this is one of my sticks will be slow to change color but eventually catch up the repeat a slow to change. Other than that it's good but it may also be the icue software.
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So if I buy 2 kits I get 32gb. Has anybody actually ever had issues combining kits?
No, why do you think it would be an issue?
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CAS Latency 16 - not the greatest deal.

FYI, to determine latency in nanoseconds you take the (CAS Latency/Frequency)*2000

This comes out to 10.67 nanoseconds... not the greatest at this price.

Corsair just announced some new RGB technology for all of their products at CES 2019. If you're really into RGB, I would wait to see what new products they offer. Seems like RGB brightness, and performance will be much greater than it is now
Oh no, 10 nano seconds and not the latest in rgb tech? Hard pass, for sure

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But seriously, unless you're really sensitive to even the smallest performance issue, most people will not care
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Yeah, that would change everything and make a HUGE performance difference...
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CAS Latency 16 - not the greatest deal.

FYI, to determine latency in nanoseconds you take the (CAS Latency/Frequency)*2000

This comes out to 10.67 nanoseconds... not the greatest at this price.

Corsair just announced some new RGB technology for all of their products at CES 2019. If you're really into RGB, I would wait to see what new products they offer. Seems like RGB brightness, and performance will be much greater than it is now
wow. life changing...
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With Ryzens it can...
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There isn't much difference between 3000 and 3200 in regards to ryzen. Differences are noticed when it is like 2166 vs 3000+
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