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DOMINATOR PLATINUM vs VENGEANCE PRO


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Did you not start more than enough threads about this already?

 

To answer the question anyways: It is not really a question of better. If you look at images of the modules side by side you see the biggest difference right away: the Dominator Platinum series features a very extravagant heatpreader with integrated lighting and a custom PCB (with a LINK connector). Corsair advertises the Platinum series with only the highest quality ICs being used, but that doesn't mean you get low quality ICs on Vengeance Pro kits either.

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Did you not start more than enough threads about this already?

 

To answer the question anyways: It is not really a question of better. If you look at images of the modules side by side you see the biggest difference right away: the Dominator Platinum series features a very extravagant heatpreader with integrated lighting and a custom PCB (with a LINK connector). Corsair advertises the Platinum series with only the highest quality ICs being used, but that doesn't mean you get low quality ICs on Vengeance Pro kits either.

 

I am still confused.

I saw the ram, which support the MSI Z97 Gaming 9 AC.

how MSI determines that the ram is compatible with the MSI Z97 Gaming 9 AC. whether to test the stability like memtest86. or what?

because I want maximum performance.

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Official compatibility testing for a QVL is limited to a certain amount of kits, for practical and economic reasons. What type of kits get tested varies quite a bit from one motherboard manufacturer to another. That does however not imply untested kits are not compatible and it does not say anything about performance at all.
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