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What's plug N play?

Hi,
Can someone tell me the difference between these two kits?
also which is the best for p55 chipset?

Kingston 8gb HyperX plug n play:
http://www.ebuyer.com/266722-kingston-8gb-ddr3-1600mhz-hyperx-plug-n-play-memory-khx1600c9d3p1k2-8g

Kingston 8gb HyperX:
http://www.ebuyer.com/254543-kingston-8gb-ddr3-1600mhz-hyperx-xmp-memory-khx1600c9d3x2k2-8gx

thanks
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  1. Best answer
    A device is plug and play when recognized as a hardware by the operation system without the need for any software or further configuration. You just connect it to your computer and it is ready to go, for instance, a keyboard or a mouse that use an USB connector.

    The difference between the kits is the voltage -- one is 1.65v, and another is 1.5v.
  2. so i should go with plug n play unless i am overclocking it?
  3. Best answer selected by enjoipandaburgers.
  4. It depends on the rest of your system -- you have to check what the memory ram is good for your motherboard and CPU.
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