As far as I can tell, the specs are identical. Although, they don't exactly list the same specs which confuses me a bit.
But I don't get why the Corsair is so much more expensive.
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We use Kingston RAM in client PCs almost exclusively when adding RAM to HP and other brands of computers. As long as we buy the module listed for the machine on their web site, we've never had an issue that I can think of in the last 10 years.
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Whatever's on the compatibility list for your motherboard.
Intel Nuc 6i5syh -- both are on the compatibility list although the corsair is intel tested and the kingston is customer tested....
I tear my hair out selecting memory haha -- in this case the listed specs are not totally comparable.
Usually I just google recommendations but the memory and nuc model are quite new and i couldn't find much info at all.
In general use i'm not going to notice any difference so leaning toward the kingston.
Buy the cheapest one. They'll perform the same.