You see Kingston, Corsair, G,Skill, Adata, Mushkin, Crucial and I can't recall some others. Those will have plenty of reviews coming from business and thousands of reviews coming from individuals. It is a consumer's responsibility to make an informed choice. That Elixir(is it named after a cough medicine because it's sick?) RAM doesn't allow the consumer to adequately inform themselves. That is why I say no.
Ok, I won't buy it. I am on a REALLY tight budget of only €340,- and I've managed to get a sharkoon vg4-w, coolermaster b600 600 watt psu, sapphire radeon nitro r9 380, fx 6300, coolermaster hyper t4 and the asrock mobo i just mentioned, so i have only €30,- left on ram, i guess i'll just wait to upgrade with better quality then. But thanks for the advice
i would get a faster cpu, because the gpu you chose is quite powerful, ut his maximum potential in terms of frames per second can be reached only if the cpu also pushed as fast as possible, the fx6300 is not strong enough to make full use of the r9
so for example, instead of get 100 fps on a game, perhaps you will get 70 or 80 fps
what psu are you going to buy for that gpu, you need good psu, 500 watts minimum
if you can get 16 gbs of ram, in a good price, i would get it, if not, a 2x4 ddr3 1600 or 1866 will be great