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    Re: RAM vendor recommendation

    Kingston HyperX fury or savage is a good choice for RAM or you could buy Corsair Vengeance which is also a good brand

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    Re: RAM vendor recommendation

    Can't go wrong with Corsair, I've used them in a few different builds and they've been top notch. I've used their Vengeance series.

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    Re: RAM vendor recommendation

    TBH unless you need to overclock or have ultra right timings, just buy some kingston valueram.

    Cheaper, great warrenty and just works. And even if it breaks (ultra unlikely) they'll replace it FOC.

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    Re: RAM vendor recommendation

    No love for G.Skill? I must be the odd one out then. Hasn't faulted me once, and works great after years of persistent use.

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    Re: RAM vendor recommendation

    Crucial supporter here (if I have the choice and the financial means to be picky). Otherwise so far it never mattered. Never for DDR2 or DDR3 modules. I skipped DDR1 and before that I was an Apacer SDRAM fan

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    Re: RAM vendor recommendation

    I went Corsair for a while but I'm very happy with happy with my Crucial Ballisix Elite DDR3 1600mhz modules - had absolutely zero issues with them.

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