The XPG SPECTRIX series blurs the line between high-performance, high-octane DIMMs and the bedazzling light show powered by RGB LEDs. XPG doesn't miss a beat rounding out the experience with SK Hynix DJR ICs; this kit has overclocking has written all over it. Join me as we take a closer look at this XPG 4400 MT/s 16 GB memory kit.
Lexar continues to push into the system memory market with DDR4-3200 aimed at fulfilling the basic needs for OEM system builders and those looking for large-capacity kits that are compatible across a wide range of computers. Join me to find out if Lexar makes the cut!
CORSAIR may be getting ready to welcome DDR5, but that has not stopped the company from releasing two new DDR4 lineups. Today, we examine a VENGEANCE RGB RT kit with premium aesthetics and lighting backed by reasonable prices for those who are looking for an upgrade.
Lexar's first attempt at a brand-new line features an RGB LED light bar and high-density memory kits backed by a well-known company with a strong foundation in the flash memory market. Join me as we dive face first into this memory kit in hopes of finding gold.
With looks fit for a king and performance to match, the Trident Z Royal from G.SKILL is back, this time with the Trident Z Royal Elite featuring an updated look and even more performance. My test kit today is a 2x 8 GB, ticking at 4000 MHz CL14. Stunning looks and blazing performance await, so let’s dive in!
Featuring speeds up to 4133 MHz and capacities up to 32 GB per stick, the Silicon Power XPOWER Zenith RGB offers a broad range of performance in a sensible, modern package. The sample specification I have for testing today is a Ryzen-optimized 3600 MHz, so let’s see how it performs!
The Team Group T-Create Expert is a high-capacity memory kit available in a 3600 MHz specification with a low-profile design and 10-layer PCB for extra stability. This sensible design combined with great performance could be the perfect workstation memory kit.
The Neo Forza Faye is a performance-focused kit that features a neutral, RGB-free aesthetic. The specification I have for testing today is both high-capacity and blisteringly fast at 4400 MHz. Let's take a look at what the Neo Forza Faye has to offer!
The Neo Forza Mars offers a stylish modern design in either neutral gray or bold red, along with a sharp RGB implementation. This spec is rated for 3600 MHz, so let's see how it stacks up in our most competitive segment!
Acer is back, this time with a matching pair of new memory in their Predator line. The Predator Talos feature a hefty heatsink paired with bold white accents for a sleek, performant, and RGB-free kit. This spec of the Talos features a competitive 3600 MHz XMP profile.
Acer dives into the DDR4 market with the help of BIWIN Storage by introducing the Predator Apollo. Featuring a striking aesthetic and blazing-fast Samsung B-die ICs, the Apollo could be a strong first strike into a highly competitive market. Let's see if this kit is Predator or prey!
Thermaltake is back with another bold design! The new Thermaltake TOUGHRAM XG RGB features a sleek two-tone heatspreader with four distinct RGB diffusion zones. Of course, looks aren't everything, so let's dive in and see what kind of performance the Thermaltake TOUGHRAM XG RGB has to offer!
A cousin to the previously reviewed Team Group T-Force Dark Z and T-Force Dark Zα, the Team Group T-Force Dark Z FPS is designed to deliver maximum performance on both Intel and the new Ryzen 5000 Series CPUs. Let's find out what sets the T-Force Dark Z FPS apart from its predecessors!
Maintaining a balance between functional thermal design and flashy RGB aesthetics, the XPG SPECTRIX D50 Xtreme offers an alternative to the RGB spectacle of the SPECTRIX D60G. With speeds of up to 5000 MHz, let’s see if the XPG SPECTRIX D50 Xtreme lives up to its name!
A new take on the popular Vengeance RGB Pro, the Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro SL has the same great aesthetics and performance, but in a lower profile for improved compatibility. Is the new Vengeance RGB Pro SL as good as its big brother?
With looks fit for a king and performance to match, the Trident Z Royal from G.SKILL is back. With a 2x 16 GB specification at 4000 MHz, this kit is not only fast, but also looks glamorous on your shelf or when installed.
The Team Group T-Create Classic 10L is a high-capacity memory kit available in either 2666 MHz or 3200 MHz, with a low-profile design and a 10-layer PCB for extra stability. My sample consists of a pair of 32 GB sticks with the higher 3200 MHz specification—let's see how 64 GB of native 3200 MHz memory performs!
Thermaltake is back with a fresh look to their TOUGHRAM RGB memory. The new white edition TOUGHRAM RGB memory features the same performance and trademark profile giving consumers even more customization options. Let's dig into this 2x16 GB 3200 MHz CL16 sample and see how the new finish stacks up!
Striking a balance between functional thermal design and flashy RGB aesthetics, the XPG SPECTRIX D50 offers an alternative to the RGB spectacle of the SPECTRIX D60G. Let's see how the Ryzen-optimized XPG SPECTRIX D50 kit stacks up!
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.