Video Review Kingston DDR4 PC RAM
The Kingston HyperX Savage RAM 2133 RAM is a high-speed RAM which is ideal for your Gaming PC Build. The Kingston HyperX RAM is available in different frequency and sizes. Moreover, the ram we are using in this review costs around Rs. 5,999 for the 8 GB stick.
Also, this review throws light on the performance difference of using a 1600 Mhz RAM or a 2133 Mhz RAM.
Also, I have some of the recommendations based on my own experience which is ideal Ram for you and should you invest more money in a high-speed ram.
Also, let’s try to answer some key questions such as – How much RAM is sufficient for a Gaming PC build or a general PC for gaming, Photoshop work, using Adobe Premier or Adobe After effects? I will answer all these questions below.
Unboxing Kingston HyperX 2133 Mhz 8 GB DDR3 RAM
The ram is Scarlet Red in color and looks really cool. Addition of it to the cabinet increases the oomph factor of our gaming rig.
The RAM is nicely packed in a cardboard cover and further is enclosed in the plastic casing to prevent any damage.
It really feels solid in hand and is robustly made. Moreover, the fins at the top look aggressive and also are important to keep the ram cooler by dissipating heat.
The height of the RAM is around 30 mm and it is not too much to allow sufficient space for a large cooler like a Hyper 212X, which I am using.
Due to lessers height, it becomes fairly easy to add the Ram even in the nearest slot to the Cooler.
Here is the Complete Video Review for the Ram along with Benchmark Performance and answers to some Crucial Question.
Kingston HyperX 2133 Mhz 8 GB DDR3 RAM Review
Three Important Points I would Like to Re-iterate.
1). How Much Ram Do you need for Gaming PC?
I strongly believe you should start with 8 GB of RAM even if you are building a Gaming PC up to Rs 70,000 and try all games and software before looking for adding additional RAM. Definitely, it will save money for you which you can use in Buying SSD or a better graphics card.
2) DDR3 VS DDR4 – Which is the better Choice for gamers?
Performance wise you won’t find much difference, but if you are building a new gaming rig I would suggest to you to go for a motherboard which supports DDR4 rather than DDR3. In fact, most modern motherboards that use Intel 7th or 8th Gen processors or even the AMD Ryzen processors use the DDR4 ram.
In 2017 or beyond there is no real advantage of buying the DDR3 ram.
Also, the DDR4 offer higher clock speeds and lower latency and is more future proof. The pricing difference is too low between DDR3 Vs DDR4 now in comparison to 1-2 years back which makes the case for DDR4 much stronger.
Also, Read – DDR4 VS DDR3 RAM Should I Buy DDR4 for Gaming PC
3). Which Frequency RAM Should You Buy?
I think it is more from a budget perspective and motherboard compatibility point of view you should go for high-speed Ram 2133, 2400 or even 3000 or higher.
It won’t make much difference in performance though if the price differential a bit of extra speed won’t hurt. I would personally go for anything above 2133 or 2400 Mhz at this stage considering the pricing is not high.
Also Watch: GSkill RAM 3200 MHz DDR4 RAM Gaming And Adobe Premier Performance is it much faster in comparison to the 2133 MHz Ram.
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