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G.SKILL Announces Adding DDR4-4000 CL14 to Trident Z Royal Elite Series

Today, G.Skill announced the addition of DDR4-4000 CL14 and DDR4-3600 CL14 kits to its highly popular Trident Z Royal Elite Series. These new kits feature capacities of 2x 8 GB and 2x16GB for the 4000 MHz set and will range all the way up to 8×16 GB 3600 MHz kits. While pricing has not been disclosed at this time, availability is slated for later this month. Below is G.Skill’s press release. Read More

Silicon Power XPOWER Zenith RGB DDR4 Gaming Memory Review
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Silicon Power XPOWER Zenith RGB DDR4 Gaming Memory Review

If you’ve read our recent memory reviews, then you know we’ve been exploring the performance and overclocking characteristics of Samsung-based dual-rank memory modules. It’s been an enlightening dive down the performance rabbit hole, but the high price of those kits means that they’re out of reach for the average user. So, are dual-rank memory kits only for those with deep pockets? The new XPOWER Zenith kit from Silicon Power proves that you can have 32 GB of dual-rank magic and have money left to spend elsewhere.  Read More

Team Group T-Force XTREEM ARGB 32GB Review
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Team Group T-Force XTREEM ARGB 32GB Review

Last December we reviewed G.Skill’s acclaimed Samsung B-Die-based dual-rank performance memory kit. Today, it remains one of the best performing kits on the market, but there’s a new challenger to the dual-rank 2 x 16 GB throne. Team Group quietly released their own ultra-performance Samsung B-Die-based dual-rank kit. The Team Group T-Force XTREEM ARGB is rated for 3600 MHz at shockingly low primary timings of CL14-15-15. Read More

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G.Skill Announces Trident Z Royal Elite Series DDR4 Memory

G.Skill announced the all-new Trident Z Royal Elite Series DDR4 ram. Continuing the legacy of the Trident Z Royal family, the Royal Elite Series will feature the same crystalline light bar with 8 RGB zones, but will now sport a matching crystalline-shaped gold or silver heat spreader. The Royal Elite isn’t just a cosmetic upgrade. As the new premium DDR4 memory, the Royal Elite Series boasts speeds from 3600 MHz all the way up to 5333 Mhz. Availability is slated for May of 2021 but pricing is not listed at this time. Here is the official press release from G.Skill. Read More

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Mushkin Announces Redline Lumina RGB Series DDR4 Memory

Today, Mushkin announced its new Redline Lumina RGB Desktop memory line with capacities up to 64GB and frequencies ranging between 2666MHz to 4133MHz, the new Redline Lumina RGB series should be placed in line with most kits. Each module also features 16 RGB LEDs to help accentuate your rig.  Pricing wasn’t listed, but below are the full specs along with a few words from Mushkin. Read More

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Thermaltake releases TOUGHRAM RGB and TOUGHRAM XG RGB Memory kits

Thermaltake announced today the official release of the TOUGHRAM RGB and TOUGHRAM XG RGB memory kits. The XG variant is the premium option and is available with speeds ranging from 3600 Mhz to 4600 Mhz with 16 GB (2x8GB) capacity while the TOUGHRAM RGB (Non-XG) features a painted aluminum heat spreader painted in either metallic gold or racing red. The RGB for the Non-XG is more subtle with only 10 LEDs and will only be available as a 3600 Mhz 16 GB (2×8 GB) kit. Pricing for the Non-XG kits starts at $155 (links below). Below is the Thermaltake press release. Read More

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CORSAIR Launches New VENGEANCE RGB PRO SL Memory

Corsair just announced the launch of the Vengeance RGB PRO SL line of memory kits. Initial availability will be for frequencies up to 3600Mhz with capacities of up to 128GB (4x32GB). What sets these apart from the existing Vengeance RGB Pro line, is the height. The SL versions will measure 44 mm tall as opposed to 51 mm and should allow for more compatibility with CPU coolers. Available in black or white, the Vengeance RGB PRO SL also features 10 addressable RGB modules. At the time of this writing, pricing was only available for the 3200Mhz 2x8GB kit, it has been set at $104.99. Read More

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G.SKILL Memory is The Most Used DDR4 For Breaking AMD Vermeer OC Records

Today, G.Skill proudly announced that a whopping 51 AMD Vermeer overclocking records were accomplished (in part) by its TridentZ and Ripjaws DDR4 memory. A few notable records include Lucky_n00b’s 6.123Ghz with a Ryzen 7 5600x, Shar0750’s sub-2sec WPrime32 run with a Ryzen 7 5800X, and Splave’s 118873 score on Geekbench 3 Multi-core with a Ryzen 9 5950X.  Below is the official press release from G.Skill along with all 51 records held at Hwbot. Read More