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Corsair CMD16GX3M2A1866C9 Dominator Platinum 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3 1866 Mhz CL9 Mémoire pour ordinateur de bureau destinée aux passionnés.
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Description du produit
Canaux de mémoire: Dual
Disposition de la mémoire (modules x dimensions): 2 x 8 Go
Element de la forme de mémoire: 240-pin DIMM
Fréquence de la mémoire: 1866 MHz
Latence CAS: 9
Mémoire de tension: 1.5 V
Mémoire entièrement tampon: Non
Mémoire interne: 16 Go
Mémoire sans tampon: Oui
Placage en plomb: Platine
Profil SPD: Oui
Type d'emballage: DIMM
Type de mémoire interne: DDR3
Type de refroidissement: Heatsink
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EDIT: Okay I now change my rating from 3 to 4 stars because I now just got my replacement and its working fine, will change review again if it fails after a couple of weeks, other than that the ram is great, fast and amazing. Just bad reliability early on, and if it works for a month or two, its probably a good ram.
Some basic research gave me the idea that 1866MHz memory would be ideal for my APU/CPU (AMD A10-5800K)
I was very much intrigued by the Dominator Platinum series, given the sales pitch about the increased selection process for the components and quality control. The fit and finish and appearance of these modules is very nice. Very nice quality and it gets a 10/10 in the quality and looks department. The faint white LED lights are a nice touch. They look just a tad bit chintzy, but they do provide a nice faint glow within the case. I'm not much of a light guy, so lighting was not particularly a huge priority for me.
My computer is busy at the moment, so I'm not able to reboot to confirm if it's running at the exact timing it should be (9-10-9-27). However, after plugging it in I merely had to make 1 minor tweak in the BIOS to get it to run at 1866MHz.
The system has now been stable for several weeks, running for several days non-stop with occasional reboots. Unfortunately I did get two BSOD errors (that I know of) related to a possible memory issue. Both times however, it was in the early stages of building the system. I may have been moving the PC and in the process of fully setting it up so there may have been a different cause for this. After these two known events early on, I haven't had any issues since and the system has been very reliable and stable.
I have not run any memtest programs to test the sticks yet, but given the lifetime warranty I don't see it as being a huge priority as long as I don't get any further errors.
So far, system performance with an SSD has been amazing and super-responsive. Very fast. The only software issues I've had so far is with Mozilla Firefox crashing, but this is usually after I have numerous tabs open for several days. I tend to leave a lot of tabs open thinking "I'll get back to it later" while multi-tasking. This may be a problem with the software and other issues, rather than the RAM.
I'm not much of a gamer, but I did download a couple of free games like Battlefield Play4Free and Arctic Combat. Both games run extremely fluidly and smooth at maximum settings with absolutely no glitches, hangups, or temporary freezes.
I will perhaps update my review in the future as I give this RAM more of a workout or notice any additional things that need mentioning. Just wanted to share my experience for future reference, especially since I could find very little information regarding the compatibility of this RAM with the ASUS F2A85-M PRO motherboard.
I'm very happy overall with my system and selection of parts.
My system (built with mostly parts from Amazon):
ASUS AMD A85X SATA 6.0 Gb-s 240-Pin DDR3 2400 Motherboard F2A85-M PRO
AMD A10-5800K APU 3.8Ghz Processor AD580KWOHJBOX
SAMSUNG 840 Pro Series MZ-7PD256BW 2.5" 256GB SATA III MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Corsair Dominator Platinum 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3 1866 MHZ (PC3 15000) Desktop Memory(CMD16GX3M2A1866C9)
OS: Win 7 64bit Pro Service Pack 1
MoBo: Asus Sabertooth Z77
CPU: Intel i7-3770k
RAM: Corsair DOMINATOR Platinum Series 32 GB (4 x 8 GB) DDR3 DRAM 1866MHz PC3 15000 C9 Desktop Memory (CMD16GX3M2A1866C9)
GPU: TWO 2GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 670 FTW - SLI
LCU: Corsair H80
PSU: Rosewill Bronze 1000W
Asus DVD drive
If you purchase this RAM and just stick it into your motherboard expecting the stock speed to be 1866Mhz, it is not going to be. Most RAM just run on 1333Mhz stock so you will have to manually overclock it VIA BIOS settings.