Teamgroup joins the RGB battle: Does its Night Hawk stand up to those already entrenched?
With programable RGB LEDs, a high DDR4-3600 data rate, and solid CAS 16 timings, is G.Skill’s latest lighted RAM the best of everything?
Can Project X DDR4-3000 push the performance benefits of dual-rank DIMMs on Kaby Lake to new heights?
Team Group teamed with Asus to deliver ROG-certified RAM, but does that imply any true performance benefit? We test it!
Super Talent bursts back onto the performance DRAM scene with a pair of 8GB DDR4-3733 DIMMs at CAS 17 timings. Let's see if that returns the company to its former enthusiast glory.
Mushkin’s latest Redline Ridgeback modules look great in red. Does its MRB4U320LLLM8GX2 kit look equally good in our performance and value charts?
The Night Hawk line brings LED lighting to Team Group’s T-Force DDR4 series. Is its 16GB, DDR4-3000, CAS 16 kit a good value for both performance and lighting enthusiasts?
Team Group’s T-Force Xtreem DDR4-3600 comes with solid CAS 18 timings, but do these factory-overclocked modules provide the performance and value needed to win our approval?
Dazzle LEDs add light effects to Adata’s XPG memory, but what is the price of bling? We compare its DDR4-2800 16GB kit to some unlit rivals to see if it’s still a reasonable bargain.
G.Skill’s F4-3200C14Q-32GTZKW memory kit is black and white, but are the performance advantages of its DDR4-3200 C14 timings as stark as its appearance? We take a closer look.
Will the performance of enhanced DDR4-3200 timings and a moderate price get value recognition for Patriot’s Viper Elite PVE416G320C6KGY 16GB dual-channel kit?
Featuring 32GB on two 16GB DIMMs, G.Skill's F4-3000C15D-32GTZ offers the ultimate capacity for motherboards that can't accept four modules. Do these high density modules offer the performance or overclocking capability of their lower-capacity competitors?
Patriot’s PV416G340C6K kit offers DDR4-3400 at CAS 16, but at what price? Today we try to find a little more value in an overclocker-friendly memory kit.
Does DDR4 really offer better program performance than DDR3? We compare ASRock's Fatal1ty Z170 Gaming K4/D3 to its previously-reviewed DDR4 sibling.
What happens when we pair G.Skill's four-DIMM Trident Z 32GB kit with Intel's impressively-overclockable Core i7-6700K (Skylake) CPU? We set up the hardware to find out.
Skylake's advanced memory controller makes overclocking easier, but are memory modules keeping up? We put G.Skill's DDR4-4000 through its paces.
Following last year's price drops, is DDR4-3200 finally a good value? Corsair's Vengeance LPX helps us figure that out.
As the first consumer DDR4 kit available at 128GB, Corsair’s latest Vengeance LPX sets the trend for future 16GB-per-DIMM capacities.
Geil wants to bring us the best of everything, from looks to speed to timings, all in a single package. Can it succeed where other “deluxe” modules have failed?