Today, I am going to be taking a look at the HyperX Beast 2133MHz kit. With this kit aimed at high performance, lets see how it does.
The HyperX Savage range is a performance kit for enthusiasts and gamers coming in at 2400MHz, DDR3 and has latency timings of CL11.
Looking for a unique red and black themed memory kit? Well, the Avexir Blitz 1.1 Original 2133MHz CL9 DDR3 memory kit might just be up your street!
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
Our Crucial Ballistix RGB DDR4-3600 review looks to see if Crucial's tight vertical integration can help this cheap kit beat pricier b-die.
Recently, Micron sent over a 16GB kit of their all-new Tactical Tracer RBG RAM for me to show you an overview of. The video is linked inside so check that out too.
The Kingston HyperX FURY 1866MHz memory features latency timings of 10-11-10-30 and is available in four striking colours; red, blue, black and white.
The Kingston HyperX Savage range is a direct replacement for the outdated "Genesis" range and has latency timings of CL11 but with these being comparable to the HyperX Fury, how do they compare in performance and price?
Introducing the HyperX Predator DDR4 memory which is available in 2133MHz to 3000MHz kits and features large aggressive black heat sinks for a mean system
The latest addition to the Ballistix memory range from Crucial comes in the shape of the Ballistix Sport LT which is of course part of their new DDR4 line up; worth your hard earned money? Read on to find out...