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.
COLORFUL CVN Guardian 8GB DDR4-3200 looks great and uses solid ICs - in our review, we'll be asking if it's worth the high price tag.
While we haven't seen many memory kits of late, today we are taking a quick look at the new value-focused TeamGroup T-Force T1 Gaming DDR4-2666 16GB memory kit. The T-Force T1 Gaming DDR4-2666 kit has quite slack latencies of 18-18-18-43 and operates at the low voltage of 1.2V. Is it worthy of a buy for those looking to build a good value, but well-performing gaming rig? Let's find out...
Recently, Micron sent over a 2666MHz 16GB kit of their all-new Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4 RAM for me to review. How could I refuse?
I was planning on having a break over Christmas and doing no Play3r work whatsoever… until I was asked “wanna take a look at a top secret new product, before any news of it has been broken to the public?”
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.
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.