With looks fit for a king and performance to match, the Trident Z Royal from G.SKILL is back. This time featuring even better XMP specifications with impressive CL15 timings at 4000 MHz. This kit is not only fast, but also looks glamorous on your shelf or when installed.
HyperX Fury DDR4 memory kits are designed to offer cost-effective performance. Featuring a wide range of speeds and capacities, there is a HyperX Fury kit to suit almost any build. So how cost effective and performant is it? Let's find out!
A brand-new line of performance memory from none other than HP. Featuring a black aluminium heat spreader, a RGB LED light bar, and a trusted brand name, the HP V8 could be a great start for the company's move into the DIY market.
Thermaltake is back with a refresh to their TOUGHRAM memory, this time around with non-RGB options. Replacing the RGB LED diffuser is a premium cast aluminium insert that lends the TOUGHRAM an appealing two-tone look. Let's see how this non-RGB TOUGHRAM performs!
Thermaltake is back with a refresh to their TOUGHRAM RGB memory. This new revision uses SK Hynix D-die memory ICs to drive frequencies up to 4600 MHz. With the top spec kit ready for testing, it's time to see what the TOUGHRAM does with this newfound performance!
ADATA brought a new level of illumination to the memory market with the XPG SPECTRIX D60G which boasted more RGB LEDs per square millimeter than any other kit out there. Now, they've released a Ryzen optimized spec with Samsung B-die, running at 3600 MHz with tight timings of 14-15-15-35.
The Trident Z Neo is back again! This time in a pair of 32 GB kits. With a striking new take on the award winning Trident Z design and specifications that are as good as it gets for Ryzen, the Trident Z Neo just might be the ultimate Ryzen memory kit.
Today Corsair is launching a new stunning white and gold edition of their Dominator Platinum RGB memory, which has previously only been available in black. Specced at 4000 MHz, this high-end DDR4 memory kit should be a top performer on Intel. How will it fair with AMD? Lets find out!
A brand new line of performance memory from none other than HP. Featuring a black and brushed silver heat spreader, wide range of specifications, and trusted brand name, the HP V6 could be the perfect foothold for the company's move into the DIY market.
Crucial's new Ballistix Gaming Memory has something for everyone. With options for both RGB and heat-spreader color, along with a wide range of specifications, the Crucial Ballistix Gaming Memory could be a classic in the making. Only time and our benchmarking suite will tell!
TeamGroup has transformed their excellent T-Force Xtreem memory kit into a modern marvel of RGB LEDs. The new TeamGroup T-Force Xtreem ARGB boasts the same top-tier performance and brand new fully addressable RGB LED lighting. Is it the best of both worlds?
Corsair delivers the worlds fastest memory kit: the Corsair Vengeance LPX 5000 MHz. Validated for high-end MSI X570 motherboards, this groundbreaking kit promises to test the idea of what makes a good Ryzen memory kit. Can it overcome the infamous IF latency penalty?
A close sibling to the recently reviewed Team Group T-Force Dark Z, the T-Force Dark Zα is specifically tailored for AMD system compatibility. Team Group aims to maximize Ryzen performance without the need to max out any credit cards. Let's find out what makes the T-Force Dark Zα different.
With a market that is flooded with "Ryzen Optimized" memory kits, it can be hard for a particular kit to stand out. The G.SKILL Trident Z Neo does just that. With a striking new take on the award winning Trident Z design and specifications that are as good as it gets for Ryzen, the Trident Z Neo just might be the ultimate Ryzen memory kit.
Team Group presents another entry into their high-performance memory line-up with the T-Force Dark Z. An anodized red heat spreader, no RGB lighting, and an XMP profile of 3600 MHz could prove to be an attractive package to the old school crowd.
With a polished silver heat spreader and a pastel RGB LED diffuser that is available in seven different colors, the PRISM II RGB kit from V-Color certainly has flair. This premium kit has the perfect sweet spot for Ryzen performance with a 3600 MHz XMP profile and is affordably priced to boot.
Thermaltake dives into the memory game with the TOUGHRAM RGB memory kits. Speeds of up to 3600 MHz, a sleek design, and, of course, RGB LEDs. In fact, Thermaltake is introducing a whole new level of control with their own proprietary software that even includes Alexa voice control.
Memory prices are finally back in a reasonable range, and there is no shortage of affordable high-performance DDR4 kits to choose from. That's why Mushkin went old school with the new Redline DDR4 3200 MHz kit. A bright red heat spreader and eye catching profile combined with a reasonable price tag make the Mushkin Redline a great choice for the RGB LED averse that still want a little spice in their build.
The T-Force Xtreem could be the answer all the RGB holdouts have been asking for: a high-performance memory kit that doesn't have a single RGB LED. You asked and Team Group delivered once again—this time with a 4133 MHz XMP spec!
Apacer is targeting the premium memory market with the NOX RGB DDR4 Gaming Memory kit. Boasting up to 32 GB at 3200 MHz and a premium aesthetic, the Apacer NOX RGB has plenty to catch your attention. Does it have the performance to keep it?
Team Group is back with an aggressively priced memory kit: the T-Force Vulcan Z. The Vulcan Z has respectable specifications, a low-profile design, and a price that can't be beaten. How much memory can US$70 really get you?
Premium performance at a premium price, the Ballistix Elite has high aspirations. Can a simple, rugged design hold its own on a stage crowded with the latest in flashy finishes and RGB LEDs?
A-DATA has brought a new level of illumination to the memory market with the XPG SPECTRIX D60G which boasts more RGB LEDs per square millimeter than any other kit on the market. It's shiny, but does it perform?
Ballistix is now offering their Sport AT memory in speeds of up to 3200 MHz and densities of up to 16 GB per stick. At CL16, the timings are decent, too. Is "Sport" just nomenclature or can this kit truly compete?
The T-Force Xtreem could be the answer all the RGB holdouts have been asking for: a high-performance memory kit that doesn't have a single RGB LED. You asked, Team Group delivered.