Crucial DDR4 SODIMM 8GB (2×4GB)
Currently, a laptop with 4 GB of RAM is hard to see on the market, although a few years ago it was relatively common. If your laptop has 4 GB, you will see that, with few chrome tabs, the equipment is heavy. Crucial offers us for a very attractive price this RAM memory kit that has a really attractive price.
We are talking about a kit DDR4 type RAM memory in SODIMM format, which is used by laptops. This memory kit has 8GB capacity total distributed in two modules of 4 GB each. They work these memories together 2666MHz frequencywhich is the minimum for this standard of RAM.
Note that changing the laptop’s RAM is not complicated at all. You just have to remove a few screws, remove the “old” RAM and install the new one.
Gigastore DDR3 SODIMM 16GB (2×8GB)
If you have a laptop from 5-6 years ago, possibly use DDR3 type RAM memory and hopefully, it will have 4 GB of RAM. We have been searching and we have found this Gigastore kit of two 8 GB modules, which add up to a total of 16GB of RAM at a great price.
As in previous reports, these are from SODIMM format, which is the standard format for notebooks. There is nothing special about these memories, they are a “basic” kit to improve your laptop. If you add this kit and change the HDD (which your laptop most likely has) for an SSD, you can extend the life of the equipment for a good season.
Kingston FURY Beast DDR4 16 GB (2×8 GB)
Let’s go now to the RAM for desktop computers. If you bought your PC about 3 years or so ago, you may have opted for 8 GB of RAM in Dual Channel configuration. Now, quite possibly, that amount falls short and update. This Kingston kit is one of the most basic and best sellers on the market for its quality and price.
We have in this case a 16GB DDR4 RAM kit in a configuration of two modules of 8 GB each. This will allow us to enjoy Dual Channel technology, obtaining extra performance in the system. Memories work together 3200 MHz frequency.
They are the most basic Kingston model, with a very good quality black aluminum heatsink. They do not have RGB lighting.being a pity this, since the lights give more FPS, as everyone knows (irony).
A very good quality kit at an excellent price.
Corsair VENGEANCE RGB PRO 32GB (2×16GB)
Normally, for most general uses, with 16 GB of RAM we should have plenty. If we are going to play in 4K resolution, we are going to stream or we are going to edit, we may be interested in having 32 GB of RAM. Whether this is your case, or if you simply want to take a big leap in terms of RAM, this Corsair kit is a great option.
We have a set of two modules DDR4 RAM memory of 16 GB each, which add up to a total of 32GB. This memory kit works at a frequency of 3200 MHz, which has become the standard a bit.
An interesting feature of this kit VENGEANCE PRO It’s on the sink. Corsair has created a high-quality aluminum heatsink so that the memories work at optimal temperatures. In addition, it has integrated RGB lighting through its Capellix LEDs that can be managed from the iCUE software.
We are talking about a more advanced kit for users with more specific needs.
G.Skill Trident Z5 Neo RGB Series 32 GB (2×16 GB)
If you like to be up-to-date and you are considering upgrading your computer to keep up with the latest in the market, this is of interest to you. About a year ago Intel launched the first processors with support for DDR5 and a few months ago AMD launched the Ryzen 7000 with support for this standard. Both for one case and for the other, we bring you these G.Skill memories.
This is one of the most prominent RAM memory manufacturers on the market and has been offering very high quality products for years. Now it offers us a kit of two modules of 16 GB each, which add up to a total of 32GB of RAM. It should be noted that these reports work at a 6000 MHz frequency.
One of the peculiarities of these memories is that they offer support for amd expothe alternative to Intel XMP 3.0 (which also support these memories) and that is introduced with the Ryzen 7000. They also have a high-quality aluminum heatsink and RGB lighting fully customizable.
Actually, DDR5 does not contribute much (at the moment) with respect to DDR4, but these new memories are twice as expensive as the previous standard.