( 4.5 Average / 2 Ratings )
I wanted at least 16GB because I planned on gaming and doing amateur video editing/streaming.
I referred to the officially accepted RAM GB had noted that should work with the Gaming 7.
Most every name brand ram I initially wanted was sold out at the time. So I gambled on A-Data. Was a little worried that its voltage was a tad higher but hey I wanted 2400 so I think most voltages are 1.65
Installed easy and the heatsinks seem REALLY sturdy. Not that bad looking in the board adds a metallic flair that I like. Got it setup dual channel and it was recognized as 1600 when I put it in. Went in the bios, found the XMP profile 1 and its all good now