Memory

ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D60G DDR4 3200 Review

Today we are evaluating a new offering in the RGB DDR4 world. ADATA just released the XPG SPECTRIX D60G, which promises more RGB lighting surface area than any other module on the market. A whopping 9,497mm2 of the module’s surface area is covered in visible RGB light, which turns out to be over 60%. It’s clear that ADATA is making a bold statement with RGB lighting, but what does that mean for the performance? With a newly acquired test sample, we are going to investigate the performance and overclocking capabilities of the all-new D60G. Read More

Team T-FORCE XCALIBUR RGB DDR4 3600 Review

When blistering-fast Samsung B-DIE performance and trend-setting style are not enough, Team Group goes and steps up their game by adding RGB lighting! Today we are reviewing some DDR4 memory which has already gained a strong footing in the market, just a few short months after launch. Team Group sent us their flagship RGB memory, the T-Force Xcalibur RGB. Released in 2018, this memory has disrupted the premium RGB DDR4 market by offering aggressive styling, faster speeds, and lower price points. Read More

Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB DDR4 3200 Memory Review

The premium DDR4 memory market just became a whole lot more interesting! A new kit of memory from Corsair has landed in our hands, and we are going to take a good look at this memory to see what makes it noteworthy. Corsair has added a new member to their flagship Dominator line. Today, we are looking at the Corsair Dominator Platinum RGB. This new Dominator module, which was first introduced back in 2010, has been redesigned from the ground up to achieve the highest Intel XMP standards for modern DDR4 memory. Read More

Mushkin Redline Ridgeback DDR4 3466 Memory Review

Mushkin might not be the first name you think of when you are looking for super performance, overclockable memory, but we are reviewing something today that just might change your mind about that. With an emphasis on high-quality IC’s and XMP 2.0 compliance, Mushkin offers a high-performance product without being overtly flashy about the design. We are going to put this memory through a gamut of overclocking and benchmarking tests to find out how well this memory performs and whether or not its suitable for computer enthusiasts. Read More

G.SKILL Trident Z Royal DDR4 4000 Memory Review

The Trident Z Royal is G.SKILL’s attempt at a high-end, premium RGB memory that is guaranteed to add a luxury element to your next build. There are several different XMP’s available and two different color options, but today we are looking a the DDR4 4000 CL17 kit in silver. Read More

ADATA XPG Spectrix D41 DDR4 3000 Review

ADATA Technology is widely known for DRAM Modules, desktop and notebook PCs, Solid State Drives, External Storage (HDD, SSD, Enclosures), USB Flash Drives, and other media/memory related accessories. In recent years, they have gained recognition as one of the global leaders of top-tier DRAM products. With annual earnings of $680 million USD in 2017, they were ranked number two out of all DRAM sellers globally (Taipei Exchange October 2017). When one of the world leaders in DDR4 memory offered their product for torture testing, we jumped at the opportunity. Read More

G.Skill Sniper X 2x8GB DDR4-3600 CL19 Memory Kit Review

G.Skill has recently released Sniper X DDR4 memory series. As with any new memory kit, we are interested to test it and see how it performs. G.Skill sent us a 16GB dual channel kit specified to run at DDR4-3600. It’s also the highest current speed of the Sniper X memory kits. The Sniper X is designed for gamers and computer enthusiasts so DDR4-3600 speed lands in the higher end of the sweetspot. Let’s take a look at specifications, features, and performance of the tested kit. Read More

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