I need help with picking right RAM for my motherboard Asrock Extreme 4. Mostly I will use my computer for working in Adobe programs (graphic programs).
I want to take 8GB now, a and later I will buy 8GB more. I would like to know is more imporant amount of RAM or things like latency, voltage, unbuffered DIMM. For example is better to have 8GB UDIMM with low latency, or 16 GB DIMM with higher latency when working in Adobe programs?
Motehrboard support instructions:
This motherboard provides four 240-pin DDR3 DIMM
slots, and supports Dual Channel Memory Technology. Supports DDR3 2800+(OC)/2400(OC)/2133(OC)/1866(OC)/1600/1333/1066 non-ECC, un-buffered memory
Please have in mind that I want to take "best for buck" RAM, but still from reliable manufacturers like Corsair, Mushkin, OCZ, Kingston...
Lower latency is better
Higher frequency is better
The best set of cards for you will be 4x4gB and not 2x4gB. As you will upgrade your ram eventually it is highly recommend that you buy all four card at once and not at different times. As different set of cards are known to cause problems. Also I'd advice you to get a quad channel kit just to be on the safe side(even though it states it is quad channel memory you will be using it in dual channel)
To be honest I've always used corsair cards because no other brand is available in our country except gskill but they are much more expensive.
I've used corsair XMS 3, vengeance and dominator cards and the dominator cards are the most overclockable and costliest among the lot.
I currently have 1600MHz vengeance that I've overclocked to 1866MHz and am getting really nice results, so I'd tell you to go with this set.
But I've heard really good things about gskill and mushkin too.
All the three cards you selected are of same category and can be equally
Dominator on the other hand can easily go from 1600MHz to 2400MHz without any problems.
It'll be better if you post a link of the shop you will be buying from so I'd select you the cards.