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2 x 16GB
Price / GB
ECC / Registered
Non-ECC / Unbuffered
- 18 points
- 32 months ago
from completed build Alsvid (Fall 2016) - Workstation PC
Matches well with other parts in the build. Not the fastest DDR4, but not the slowest either. Very well priced. G.Skill was once and up and coming brand but now they're pretty established and I have no problem relying on them once more.
- 14 points
- 26 months ago
from completed build Amy, the Above Average Gaming PC
Works. Currently there's price parity between 2x16GB and 4x8GB, so I went with 2x16GB for future expansion.
- 9 points
- 27 months ago
from completed build RMTI EVGA
Sufficient for what I need. Probably should have gotten some faster RAM, but was afraid about the stability paired with overclocking the CPU. I plan on maxing it out for deep learning in the future but 128GB will probably be overkill.
- 9 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build The Ultrawide build.
This kit has made its way through 3 different builds and hasn't had one issue.
- 9 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build Ilse - Second Build
Shiny RAM and more of it. Future-proofing at least.
- 8 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build Red Eyes Black Dragon - My Slightly upgraded build
I thought i was set for life with 16gb ram, and even thought this is futureproof for any future console generations.. The reason for upgrading my ram first by getting 32gigs of stick over cpu/gpu is because of cities skylines... That game is cpu heavy and the base game alone eats up 8gb of ram.. in order to fully enjoy the workshop contents, i needed to have more ram to futureproof myself from future game updates(they add more assets into the game per update).. At least i now know im futureproofing myself with 48gb of ram.. I chose red as it definitely fit my gpu color, so that inside of my rig wouldn't be a collection of random colors lol.. I definitely would love to upgrade in the future for a ram with rgb lighting.. Not the fastest at 2400mhz, because when I built my rig, I was trying to cut corners on some price, and I thought I can sacrifice the ram speed.. I definitely would love to upgrade one day for a 3k mhz ram.. Price at the time i bought my 16gigs was still good before the mining craze jacked up the ram stick price up.. The 32gigs i bought was probably expensive due to mining craze, but cities skylines made me swallow the steep price to get more ram.. Nowadays in 2019 with mining craze fading away, ram prices are going down, but not as good as pre-mining craze..
PROS - red color fits my theme - small profile that it should not have trouble with cpu cooler clearances. Cons - Not the fastest ram, but not a slouch either
- 5 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build Ursula's Revenge
Good quality RAM that's compatible with a variety of boards. The heat spreaders aren't as gaudy as the picture may lead you to believe; the red paint is actually deeper and more glossy than that, sorta like the paint on a Ferrari. If you're going for a red-themed build, this will give it a fairly classy look.