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Corsair Vengeance Vs Kingston Hyperz Vs Adata XPG

I want buy a 8gb ram for my pc.I found this almost same price. Please recommend best from this. Thank You.
1. Corsair Vengence 1600 C10
2..KIngston Hyperz Fury 1600 C10
3.Adata XPG v1 1600 C11
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    Corsair Vengence and Kingston Hyperz Fury are good brands/models.
    AData is less well known, I would trust them less.

    C10 is better then C11, C stands for CAS its a measurement of how many DDR clock cycles it takes to access memory stored in a piece of DDR RAM.

    DDR memory for Intel i3, i5, i7, socket 1150, 1155, 1151 CPU's should be purchased in matching pairs.
    DDR memory for Intel i7, socket 2011v1 - 2011v3 CPU's should be purchased in matching quad sets.

    Current AMD FX and AMD A series CPU's should be purchased in matching pairs.
  2. JQB45 said:
    Corsair Vengence and Kingston Hyperz Fury are good brands/models.
    AData is less well known, I would trust them less.

    C10 is better then C11, C stands for CAS its a measurement of how many DDR clock cycles it takes to access memory stored in a piece of DDR RAM.

    DDR memory for Intel i3, i5, i7, socket 1150, 1155, 1151 CPU's should be purchased in matching pairs.
    DDR memory for Intel i7, socket 2011v1 - 2011v3 CPU's should be purchased in matching quad sets.

    Current AMD FX and AMD A series CPU's should be purchased in matching pairs.


    i going build a system
    Cpu is i5 4460
    Mob is Asus H97 pro
    as my plan i go for 1 8gb stick then after sometime i am going for 1 more stick
    will that be a problem in matching? . i will buy same model,same freq,same cas
  3. Yes mixing memory is likely to lead to stability issues. They must be tested at the factory to work together, this is why 2 x 4GB is a few dollars more then 1 x 8GB. If they're not matched together at the time of production there is a good possibility you will run into problems.

    Running 1 DDR3 Memory Module vs 2 will reduce performance some as well.
  4. JQB45 said:
    Yes mixing memory is likely to lead to stability issues. They must be tested at the factory to work together, this is why 2 x 4GB is a few dollars more then 1 x 8GB. If they're not matched together at the time of production there is a good possibility you will run into problems.

    Running 1 DDR3 Memory Module vs 2 will reduce performance some as well.


    thank sir
    and i5 4460 support 1333mhz and 1600mhz so if i put 1886 mhz in the MB will it able to run at 1886mhz or will it be unstable?
  5. The memory will either default at 1333 or 1600 depending on the motherboard. You will have to go into BIOS to adjust it to reach the speed it was designed to run at. These adjustments are beyond my expertise, so you would have to ask someone else that question.
  6. JQB45 said:
    The memory will either default at 1333 or 1600 depending on the motherboard. You will have to go into BIOS to adjust it to reach the speed it was designed to run at. These adjustments are beyond my expertise, so you would have to ask someone else that question.


    i will post another thread
    thank you sir
  7. you're welcome.
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