Corsair Ram Series , what choise for pc gamming

Oct 17, 2016 10:04PM PDT

I am assembling a desktop computer for my son, he loves to play the game, I do not know which to choose after watching the video ram later

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They aren't that important for gaming
Oct 18, 2016 12:40AM PDT

The different models of RAM don't make a big difference in gaming, like 1/2 fps or even nothing in some cases, so just buy the amount of memory you want and don't worry that much about dominator platinum or vengeance or other models. Anyway, in general, if you want more performance look at the frequency, the higher it is, the more performance you get, but again, in gaming you won't notice a difference between 2133MHz and 3000MHz

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Oct 18, 2016 8:00AM PDT

Shop for ram based on what your cpu and mobo will support in native mode.
No oc'ing.

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