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RAM is an essential component found in an electronic device that enables it to run smoothly. With that, you need to choose the right type of RAM to enjoy using your computer. Click here to learn more about it or check out the latest RAM products in Malaysia below.

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HyperX Savage DDR3
From S$ 128.00
3 Stores
Compare in 3 Stores Attack the competition with HyperX Savage memory. Its unique, asymmetrical red heat spreader is made from high-quality aluminium and has a black PCB and a diamond cut finish to make your game shine and help you stand out in the crowd. The heat spreader dissipates heat so that your system stays cool and reliable and its low profile fits under oversized CPU coolers. Featuring a design that works well with the latest trends in gaming, HyperX Savage comes in a wide range of high-performance speeds, from 1600MHz to 2400MHz, and capacities from 4GB to 8GB in single modules and 8GB to 32Gb kits. In Cl9-Cl11 latencies, it delivers ultra-responsive multitasking and an overall faster system. Dual and quad channel kits are available. Built-in, hand-tuned XMP profiles let users reach higher-performing frequencies, timings and voltages simply by enabling Intel's XMP tool. Even noobs can overclock their platforms with no need for manual adjustments in Bios. HyperX Savage is backed by a lifetime warranty and free technical support. Fast - top-performing modules available with low-profile heat spreader Unique - red, asymmetrical heat spreader sets new trends for PC builds Quality - aluminium die-cast heat spreader with a diamond cut finish Design - low profile to fit under oversized CPU coolers Reliable - 100 per cent factory tested Memory Memory Size 8192 MB ( 2 module(s) x 4096 MB ) Memory Type Ddr3 Memory Speed 1866 MHz Memory Package Dimm Pin Configuration 240 pins CAS Latency CL9 Electrical Voltage 1.5 V Environmental Operating Temperature 0 to 85 °C Non Operating Temperature -55 to 100 °C Physical Form Factor Memory Kit Case Colour Red Dimensions 13.3 cm (W) x 3.2 cm (D) Read more
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HyperX Fury DDR4 2666MHz 8GB Black
From S$ 119.60
2 Stores
Compare in 2 Stores HyperX Fury Ddr4 An easy Plug N Play performance boost for your PC. HyperX Fury Ddr4 detects your system’s components and automatically overclocks itself to the highest published frequency, up to 3466MHz, for a Plug N Play performance boost. This cost-effective upgrade will let you crank up the settings on your favourite Fps, MMO and Moba games and provide better video editing and rendering performance. It’s available in speeds from 2400MHz–3466MHz; Cl15–19 latencies, single module capacities of 4Gb–16Gb and kit capacities of 16Gb–64Gb. HyperX Fury Ddr4 looks and stays cool, thanks to its stylish, low-profile heat spreader and DDR4’s low 1.2V power consumption. One hundred per cent tested at speed and backed by a lifetime warranty, HyperX Fury Ddr4 is your worry-free upgrade of choice. *HyperX PnP memory will run in most Ddr4 systems up to the speed allowed by the manufacturer's system Bios. PnP cannot increase the system memory speed faster than is allowed by the manufacturer's Bios. - Automatic overclocking – Up to 3466MHz1 - Cost-efficient, high-performance Ddr4 upgrade - Intel XMP support for the latest processor technologies - Run cool with energy-efficient 1.2V Ddr4 - Signature asymmetrical Fury design with low-profile heat spreader - Backed by a lifetime warranty Memory Package type Dimm Compatible chipsets Intel® X99 Intel Extreme Memory Profile (Xmp) Yes Memory layout (modules x size) 1 x 8 GB Internal memory 8 GB Component for PC/server Memory form factor 288-pin Dimm CAS latency 16 Memory voltage 1.2 V Lead plating Gold Unbuffered memory Yes SPD profile Yes Memory type Pc4-21300 Memory clock speed 2666 MHz Internal memory type Ddr4 Power Memory voltage 1.2 V Design Colour of product Black Cooling type Heatsink Technical details Colour of product Black Cooling type Heatsink Number of pins 288 Features Colour of product Black Cooling type Heatsink System requirements Windows operating systems supported Yes Mac operating systems supported Yes Linux operating systems supported Yes Operational conditions Operating temperature (T-T) 0 - 85 °C Storage temperature (T-T) -55 - 100 °C Weight & dimensions Width 133.3 mm Depth 7.08 mm Height 34 mm Package type Dimm Other features Number of pins 288 Read more

Top RAM Price List 2018

Top 10 products Price Store
HyperX Fury DDR4 S$ 105.80 AliExpress
HyperX Fury DDR3 S$ 7.90 AliExpress
G.Skill DDR4 S$ 239.00 Lazada
Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR4 3200MHz S$ 329.00 Lazada
Samsung DDR2 S$ 30.40 AliExpress
Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR4 2666MHz S$ 245.00 Lazada
HyperX Impact DDR4 S$ 159.10 Lazada
Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR3 2400MHz S$ 315.70 Lazada
Corsair Vengeance LPX 4GB DDR4 2400MHz S$ 99.90 Lazada
Samsung 8GB DDR3L S$ 206.10 Lazada
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HyperX Fury DDR4

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How to Choose the Correct RAM for your Computer

Adding RAM to your PC can only be a bang for your buck if you choose one that fits your computer needs. If you're into gaming, you ought to buy a higher RAM that you could find in the market. If you only use your computer for school or office tasks, high RAM can work, but can also be pointless if you want to be cost-efficient in building your computer. If you haven't figured out how to choose one yet, here's a quick guide on how to do that.

Module size of your motherboard

In order to decide what type of RAM you need for your home-built computer, you must first buy a motherboard. This is because a motherboard is where RAMs and mostly all other hardware are assembled in to. If you end up buying a RAM that doesn't fit or not compatible with your motherboard, it's going to be a waste. Most motherboards in Singapore are only capable of holding one type of RAM.

What type of RAM do I need?

The typical SDRAM is now becoming obsolete. Today, you will most likely find DDR-SDRAM and RAMBUS.DDR2 and DDR3 are already becoming common nowadays, and they're fast, stable, and quite affordable. Meanwhile, RAMBUS is a more expensive variant which pretty much offers the same compatibility as DDR2 and DDR3.

If you're assembling a computer around the Intel Core i7 processor, DDR3 RAM is the most suitable because it is capable of data transfer rates twice those of DDR2. It perfectly goes with the processor's speed.

Also, check for whether or not your PC has a memory bank. In some PCs, it’s the slot closest to the CPU, it is usually labeled as bank 0. If your motherboard has this and if you’re building your own PC, it should be filled first before the rest of the memory slots. A memory bank is designed to compensate relatively slow speed of dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) or core memory, by spreading memory addresses evenly across memory banks. If your computer has this, you’re better off buying a DRAM.

How much speed do I need?

SDRAM, DDR SDRAM, and RDRAM are rated to match or exceed the PC's frontside bus speed, which is the speed at which data moves between the CPU and RAM. If your system comes with PC66 SDRAM, you can use PC100 SDRAM to replace it and get the faster speed, as long as your PC's front side bus supports the higher rate. But if you mix RAM of different speeds, all RAM will operate at the speed of the slowest chip.

In addition, it’s important to note that the higher the memory, the more expensive it gets. Whether or not you should buy the highest RAM available that you could find is solely up to you. However, your computer or set up can limit your options, depending on how much RAM they are capable of holding and how many RAMs you can actually squeeze into your module.

Before you choose, go back to the most fundamental part of your computer - your motherboard. Choose the best that will complement its limitations.