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V-Color enters the DDR5 market with its XPrism RGB SCC line. This DDR5-6200 2+2 kit offers higher compatibility among Intel motherboards and edges out the competition with XMP timings of 36-39-39-76. In this review, we will compare, overclock, and thermal test to find out if v-color has something special.
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Author:ir_cow
In:Memory
Winner of the Red Dot and iF 2021 Design awards, HP gives low latency RGB DDR4 memory a new lease of life. With an XMP profile of DDR4-3600 and 14-15-15-35 timings using the infamous Samsung-B Die, it is worth a closer look. Join me as we test this HP V10 RGB memory kit in hopes of striking gold twice!
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Author:ir_cow
In:Memory
G.SKILL is testing waters with the Trident Z5 DDR5-6400, an ultra-low latency kit. With impressive timings of 32-39-39-102, G.SKILL is pulling out all the stops. Tag along as we put the Trident Z5 DDR5-6400 through its paces!
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Author:ir_cow
In:Memory
Neo Forza Faye brings to market a high-capacity kit that features a neutral, RGB-free aesthetic. With a 3200 MT/s memory profile and modest timings of 16-18-18-36, Neo Forza aims to compete in the prosumer sector. Follow along as we dive into this review and see what Neo Forza has to offer!
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Author:ir_cow
In:Memory
XPG takes DDR5 one step further with its Lancer RGB kit rated for 6000 MT/s CL40. Using a stylish, modern design, XPG is blurring the lines between performance and enthusiast-grade memory. Follow along as we thoroughly test the X.M.P profile and overclock this memory kit!
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Author:ir_cow
In:Memory
The Neo Forza DDR4-5000 Faye memory kit is DDR4 pushing into unknown territories. Are you up to the challenge? It has been said patience is a virtue. Let's see if that holds true. Follow along as we see what it takes to break personal records and beyond!
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Author:ir_cow
In:Memory
Team Group is ready for the DDR5 market with their high-performance T-Force Delta RGB 6400 MT/s kit. Sticking to a sleek design, this memory kit is ready to be put to the test. Follow along as we look into what Team Group has been cooking up in its R&D department.
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Author:ir_cow
In:Memory
XPG has partnered with ASUS to bring the well-reviewed SPECTRIX line back into the spotlight with a twist. This time, the memory is certified for Intel ASUS ROG-based motherboards. Rated for 3600 MT/s, we will be looking at exactly what this partnership means and how it could benefit you, the consumer!
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Author:ir_cow
In:Memory
addlink is a fairly young player in the DRAM market, but their Spider X4 line of memory looks very promising. Today we're reviewing the DDR4-3600 version, which sits at the sweet spot between price and performance and has tons of OC potential in it. Priced at $85 for the 16 GB kit it's super affordable, too.
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Author:ir_cow
In:Memory
Are you ready for a challenge? Neo Forza has released a dual-rank kit that is pushing the limits of what is possible with DDR4. If you want the best DDR4 has to offer, come check out the overclocking results and see if you have what it takes to run these in your system!
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Author:ir_cow
In:Memory
XPG takes DDR5 to a whole new level with its Lancer line and an XMP profile of 5200 MT/s. It is time to test the waters and see how it performs compared to contenders. We will also take a look under that heatspreader and do some overclocking.
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Author:ir_cow
In:Memory
DDR5 has finally reached the hands of the consumer, and Corsair has prepared their Vengeance lineup! With an XMP profile of 5200 MT/s, let's see how it performs alongside Intel's flagship Alder Lake i9-12900K. We will also figure out which ICs are under that heatspreader and how far this kit can be overclocked.
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Author:ir_cow
In:Memory
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.
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Author:ir_cow
In:Memory
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!
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Author:ir_cow
In:Memory
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.
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Author:VSG
In:Memory
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.
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Author:ir_cow
In:Memory
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!
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Author:Nate
In:Memory
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!
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Author:Nate
In:Memory
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.
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Author:Nate
In:Memory
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!
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Author:Nate
In:Memory
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!
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Author:Nate
In:Memory
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.
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Author:Nate
In:Memory
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!
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Author:Nate
In:Memory
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!
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Author:Nate
In:Memory
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!
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Author:Nate
In:Memory
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