Today, we are evaluating Team Group’s T-Force XTREEM 4133 MHz DDR4 memory modules. The XTREEM line of memory from Team Group doesn’t have any flashy RGB or wild color schemes. What it has instead is rock solid performance and legacy of legendary overclocking results. Exceptional build quality, high XMP speeds, and performance are its major hallmarks. Join us as we take a look at these features and investigate the XTREEM memory’s overclocking potential.
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.
I ordered these stick from ewiz to go with my HTPC upgrade. The other components of the upgrade included a Phenom II X2 545 (currently running at 3GHz and unlocked to an X4) and MSI 760GM-E51. But since this kit is labeled “Performance Series,” I figured I would see how much performance I could get out of them.