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    Choosing a RAM module

    Everybody has different preferences. However, given that Corsair, Crucial, and Kingston, which one you choose based on your experiences?

    I believe Corsair is expensive than Crucial, which is expensive than Kingston.

    Does Kingston make their own or rebranding it?

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    I like Corsair for high end and Crucial for mid comps

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    All of those are quality RAM modules, I would recommend any of them. It depends on what you are looking for in RAM as to which to buy, the lower timings and modules with heatsinks will give you better performance, then there are standard modules which are fine for everyday pc users.

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    Crucial/Corsair

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    Go with Crucial. Corsair is also great RAM, pricier. You couldn't pay me to use Kingston.
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