Kingston helps you choose how much RAM you need if you are building your PC, according to your needs, so you don’t spend more and always have the best performance. In this note!
Kingston knows that building a PC is better than buying it off the shelf. This is because we can personalize the experience and adjust to our budget in the best way. But… What do I need for my computer? Well, that depends on what you are going to use it for. One of the key components is RAM, especially to improve the gaming experience. That’s why for every type of computer, Kingston has a product to fit your needs.
A lot of RAM for a PC that will only run Word, Excel and some other programs of the Office suite, it’s probably like putting on a jacket three sizes too big. It will fit you, of course, but it won’t look like it would if worn by someone in the right size. Exactly the same thing happens on the PC and you will be paying more for something that you are not going to use. In these cases from 4GB of RAM, it is more than enough to run it. If you need to run design programs, it is recommended that you look for one with a minimum of 8GB of RAM.
If you are not going to use your computer for video games, you do not need to purchase specialized RAM for them. For this category Kingston has the SODIMM DDR4 8GB, 32000 Mgz memory starting at $7,000 or the Kingston Value DDR4 – 4GB 2666 Mhz starting at $4,000.
PC GAMER “Casual”
Casually played multiplayer games are meant to be run on a wide variety of PCs. So, if you are a player of League of Legends, Fortnite, Valorant, CSGo, Apex Legends etc, between 8GB and 16GB of RAM is ideal for you to do so. It will also suit you very well to run games in the cloud.
If, for example, you are a parent who wants to buy his son a PC to play these games, an 8GB will give you the necessary resources so you can play comfortably without performance problems. A good option is Kingston Fury Renegade DDR4 8GB 3600, which starts at $10,000. DDR5 versions of this memory are also available from special Kingston resellers, starting at $14,000.
PC GAMER MEDIUM RANGE (Content Creator)
If yours are the single player with high graphics requirements, but your budget cannot afford a high-end, 16GB RAM PC it will be more than enough to give you a great gaming experience. if you are content creator, you need the same amount of memory. This is because you will require the computer to have several programs open at the same time. For example, the OBS along with the game and the browsers. Or the game and the recorder on top of it…and let’s not even talk about the rendering of the video editors.
A powerful memory from this range is lto Kingston Fury Beast DDR4 16GB 3200Mhz, which starts at approximately $14,000 -or its RGB version starting at $16,000-. DDR5 versions of this memory are also available from special Kingston resellers, starting at $25,000.
From here, in addition to a good RAM memory, it will be essential that you think about a solid state drive. The SSD It is an ideal complement for any computer you have, but from this level it will be completely impossible for you to work with an HDD. A Kingston recommendation for this is the M2 Pci-E SSD Kingston Fury Renegade. version of 500TB starts at $23,000.
LATEST GENERATION PC
When you are looking for maximum performance to play hardcore with high-end resources, you need memory to spare, to be comfortable and ready for the challenges ahead. In this case, 32GB memories are what you need. And not only that, to get more potential from overclocking the board, what you are looking for is a memory with DDR5 technology.
In this range, Kingston can offer you memory kits Kingston Fury Beast 16 GB starting at $49,000.
Do not forget!
Remember that you can buy the memories of “Kits” whose capacity is added, therefore, if you are “in the process of changing your PC”, you can start by buying a single memory and then add the same one.
It is also important to understand that every time we add a part to our PC, it is necessary to take into account that it is compatible with our motherboard -the memories Kingston They are compatible with both Intel and AMD. In turn, a new, more powerful part will demand more power from us, so before you install memory, you need to make sure your power supply and cooling meet the requirements.