Yeah, that G.Skill are very good for price/performance and use less voltage that the other one.
For $30 more, the Gskill kit is NOT better than the listed Corsair kit with respect to price/performance. And, 1.65v is perfectly safe and within Intel specifications.
Both kits are CAS7 kits so, there is no performance advantage for either kit based on the listed specifications. Both will easily allow you to take an Intel CPU to 4GHz assuming the CPU is up to the task.
For $30 more, the Gskill kit is NOT better than the listed Corsair kit with respect to price/performance.
With all respect, do u say that because u are really sure of that? o just because u are a Corsair Tech Support. Because if I were a G.Skill tech support I would say the same as you say.
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that say ur sig.
I must admit that you have now confused me.
CAS7 is CAS7, regardless of what brand of module you are referring to. So, a CAS7 kit for for $160 vs a CAS7 kit for $190 seems like simple 1st grade math to me. I'm not debating brands here but your statement is simply incorrect in this case. If the situation were reversed, the other kit would be the better buy and the best price/performance candidate. My employer has no relation to this.