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I've seen a lot of hype over Kingston FURY as well! Apparently majority of their kits are Hynix and they're super cheap.
I haven't heard anything good or bad about Patriot or PNY. Again, before purchasing any kit, Google search them to find out what kind of chips they have. If it's Hynix? Buy. Samsung? For a good price, sure. Micron? Nope.
Adata was used a lot early in DDR5 when there was zero availability. I don't remember anything specifically bad.. I do remember them being cheap, and some coming with no heatspreaders, which appealed to watercoolers.
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