Hey friends, it is Mr. Fox again. We have another amazing product to look at. This time, it is from the good folks at Sabrent. They have provided ExtremeHW with a pair of 16GB DDR5 U-DIMM modules for review. By the time you are finished reading this review and watching the associated video you will understand why it is not a matter of if, but when, you will be using Sabrent products if you are not already.
Howdy, howdy! Mr. Fox here, and today I have the privilege of reviewing yet another wonderful product from our friends at Corsair. As a global leader in the development and production of world-class technology and gear focused on PC enthusiasts, gamers and content creators, Corsair needs no introduction. Their ever-growing ecosystem of products do need an introduction, and they were kind enough to send us a new memory kit to put through the paces. Join me while I take a look at the Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR5-6000 32GB Memory Kit.
Today we will be taking a peak at the latest RAM offerings from Team Group. The Taipei tech giant has been producing RAM, peripherals and storage solutions since 1997. They were gracious enough to supply EHW with a T- Force 6200MHz Delta RGB DDR5 kit. I have been reading about the OC potential of these sticks on various forums and I am excited to give them a spin. Read on to see what I find.
This marks our second look at a Gigabyte component. The Taiwanese tech giant was gracious enough to provide EHW with their newest RAM kit. The AORUS RGB Memory DDR5 32GB (2x16GB) 6000MHz is part of the manufacturers recent venture into the DDR5 arena. I don't want to spoil the fun, however this particular kit comes with some of that sweet, sweet Hynix DRAM chips. Read on to find out more.
Today we're reviewing a high-performance memory kit from Kingston Technology. The HyperX Predator DDR4 modules are part of Kingston's HyperX - Gaming series of products, which are unique products that have been created specifically with gamers and computer power users in mind. We've got our hands on the 4600 MHz CL16-26-26 kit and plan on giving it a thorough review from an overclocking perspective. So join us as we give you the grand tour of this memory and show you what makes it worth considering for your next purchase.
Crucial developed the Ballistix MAX series of DDR4 memory for gamers and performance enthusiasts looking to push beyond standard limits. Composed of the highest-quality memory ICs, the Ballistix MAX was born with overclocking and high-performance computing in mind. With overclocking at the core, the Ballistix MAX series has been optimized to work with both AMD and Intel platforms. Read on further to see what we find.
So the year is 2021, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 has already landed, showing us that 32GB of RAM could now be the new "sweet spot" for gamers moving forward, not to mention for those who use their machines for work and play. So it begs the question, is 64GB really all that overkill now that gamers are transitioning to 32GB? Remember, it is not so different from when 16GB was the sweet spot and people considered 32GB to be overkill, well look where we are now. However running 64GB has been known to come at a price. Not just what comes out of your wallet, but we are also talking performance. As 64GB Kits come in a kit of 4x DIMM Modules arrangement (sometimes more), it has been well documented that running a 64GB kit a its maximum rated XMP ratings and beyond that can be much more difficult due to additional stress on the CPU's memory controller. We figured it was time to delve into this topic to see if you can run 64GB and maintain performance. We reached out to TeamGroup who were kind enough to send us a 64GB Kit of XTREEM ARGB 4000 CL18 just for this purpose. Read on to see what we find.
Back in June of 2018, Corsair launched the Vengeance RGB Pro line of DDR4 modules. That product line was targeted at budget gamers and became popular because of its excellent price/performance for being RGB memory. If you didn't have deep pockets to get the Dominator series, then the Vengeance RGB Pro was your best bet within Corsair's product line. That memory, which is now iconic in the computer world, just got a makeover. Today we are reviewing the Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro SL, in black. Join us as we check out this memory and give you a full product tour.
In September, Team Group released a new product line that's targeted at creators. You might be used to seeing T-Force branded items from Team Group, but their new line is T-Create. They are marketing this line to content creators and creative professionals, but what exactly does that mean? Follow along and we'll give you a product tour with performance overclocking and attempt to answer that question for you.
Team Group has made a name for itself by delivering new and innovative designs for memory and storage solutions. Today we're taking a look an older DDR4 kit of theirs, but it's interesting to us primarily because it's the fastest kit they offer. In recent year's we've seen the gold standard for Samsung based memory modules increase from 4000 MHz all the way up to 4800 MHz in terms of XMP rating. The T-Force Xtreem doesn't fuss around with flashy RGB LED's, instead, the series delivers a super high-quality aluminum heat sink with speedy XMP ratings all the way up to 4500 MHz. We already hinted that they are Samsung based, but follow along as we put this memory to the test and see what kind of overclock profiles are possible.