Memory

T-Force Xtreem ARGB DDR4 Review

In December of 2019 Team Group released the T-Force Xtreem ARGB memory modules. This new addition to the companies’ gaming memory lineup features a radical new design with a mirrored heat spreader that is also opaque and illuminated from behind. In the modern DDR4 arena, companies are constantly breaking new ground with design elements to attract customers. They’ve done enough to attract our attention, but we’d also like to know how the memory performs. Read More

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ADATA Launches SE760 External Solid State Drive

ADATA Technology, a leader in high-end memory modules, has announced the release of the ADATA SE760 external solid-state drive (SSD). The SE760 features a sleek design with high-speed performance, with read speeds of up to 1000 MB/s when using the USB 3.2 Gen 2 interface. At this time it comes in three sizes, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB. Pricing has was not mentioned. Read More

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G.SKILL Announces Trident Z Neo 256GB DDR4-3600 CL16 (32GBx8) Memory Kit

Just in case 128GB of RAM isn’t enough for your AMD Threadripper CPU, GSkill has announced a new memory kit, the Trident Z Neo DDR4 3600 256GB (32GBx8 – ) kit. The high-speed kit uses high-density 16Gb components across eight sticks and is said to offer the ultimate memory performance or a powerful workstation for content creators. Price was not mentioned, though we can imagine these will be expensive, these will be available in Q2 2020.  Please read on for the full Press release! Read More

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Team Group Dark Zα DDR4 Gaming Memory Review

Team Group recently released its answer to the ever-growing problem of XMP memory compatibility on AMD X570 series motherboards. Deriving it’s name in part from the Greek alphabet, the new T-Force Dark Zα, or Z-Alpha is poised to make a big splash in the AMD memory market. Team Group’s marketing assures that this memory has been tailor-made for the current generation AMD platform. We are going to put that claim to the test, as well as see what this memory has to offer in terms of overclocking headroom. Come join us as we explore this memory and see what it has to offer. Read More

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Crucial Ballistix Elite DDR4 3600 Review

Today we have the opportunity to test something a little different in the modern DDR4 memory market. For high-end computer builders and enthusaiasts, Samsung B-Die has remained the undisputed champion in recent years. Although other options have always been available, when it comes to overclocking and performance, there is simply no competition. Today, we are testing the Crucial Ballistix Elite, which is running a new breed of Micron memory IC’s. With very high XMP ratings, and moderately tight timings, it promises to be a contender in this space. Please read along to find out more. Read More

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G.SKILL Trident Z Neo For AMD X570

AMD’s new X570 platform introduces enhanced memory speed capabilities. The integrated memory controller in previous generations of Ryzen CPU’s severely limited the frequency and range of timings. To take advantage of the all new memory capabilities, G.Skill introduced the Trident Z Neo. The Neo’s built-in XMP memory profile is optimized to work with AMD Ryzen 3 series CPU’s and X570 motherboards. We got our hands on the new G.Skill Trident Z Neo, so join us as we evaluate this memory using an X570 motherboard. Read More

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Team Group T-Force XTREEM 4133 DDR4 Review

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. Read More

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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