Originally posted by Genocidist22
id get the kingston since you already have some and if you wanna keep it kingston
edit: the 70$ version w/no heat spreader
True. But isn't that somewhat of a silly reason to just go with the Kingston? I'm sure there won't be any compatibility problems if I mix Corsair and Kingston together for example. I just want to get the best ram possible in this case, all while respecting the budget I set of course.
I have no problem with Kingston. I just don't want to miss out on better ram/a better choice simply because my computer currently has Kingston ram in it. So please, keep the suggestions coming you guys. I really am torn and have no idea as to which I should get.