On the test bench is a set of DDR4 memory from Ballistix, the Sport LT 2666MHz 16GB kit in white to be exact! Any good? Read and find out for yourself
On the Play3r test bench is the Ballistix Tactical 3000MHz CL15 16GB (4x4GB) DDR4 memory kit. Is this the 4 module DDR4 memory package you have been looking for?
We take a look at the overclocker focused Trident Z 3200MHz CL14 16GB dual channel memory kit from G.Skill. This particular kit features Samsungs new B-Die memory chips which should help them outperform the competition. Is this the case? We find out...
The HyperX Savage range is a performance kit for enthusiasts and gamers coming in at 2400MHz, DDR3 and has latency timings of CL11.
Memory has never looked better thanks to the new Crucial 2400MHz CL16 Ballistix Sport LT 32GB (2x16GB) in red; read the review and find out if they are worth your money...
On the test bench today is a subtle, yet stylish kit of DDR4; namely the HyperX Savage which sports 16GB (2x8GB) in dual channel mode, with speeds of 2800MHz and CAS timings of 14-16-16...
The KLEVV CRAS 3000MHz 16GB (4x4GB) kit of DDR4 memory is designed for enthusiasts who demand superb performance and tons of elegant style. Is it worthy of the £200+ price tag? Read the review and find out for yourself!
Looking for DDR4 memory with a certain aggressive look? Then look no further than the Patriot Viper 4 DDR4-2400 16GB Quad Channel Memory Kit!
A new revision of the HyperX Fury memory kit has arrived in the way of a DDR4 kit; the HyperX Fury DDR4 2400MHz CL15 memory kit. Is it any good though?
DDR4 is now available in the dual channel variety to support the latest Intel Skylake platform and our first kit comes in the shape of the Corsair Vengeance LPX 2666MHz 16GB kit!