Corsair's Vengeance RGB Pro DDR4-3200 combines the performance of a moderately high data rate at moderate timings with nine-LED RGB lighting.
Adata’s stunning “Liquid Cool” D80 covers match the hype, but can its DDR4-3600 specs match its rivals?
Kingston provided the fastest 4x8GB-kit memory we’ve ever tested under the cover of a DDR4-2933 RGB identity. You’re going to want to see this!
Corsair sent a 4x8GB kit of its Special Edition LED lighted DDR4-3466. Does it perform as well as it looks?
This HyperX Predator kit combines moderately high speed and capacity with low timings. The question is, how high can we push it and how low will it go?
The Ballistix brand finally adds RGB to its Tracer memory. Does its DDR4-2666 provide the compatibility, stability, and overclocking capability for which its parent company is known?
Adata brings us a 2x8GB DDR4-4600 kit for under the $500+ price we’ve seen pushed by competing products. Is it time to take the plunge?
Adata adds to the RGB-lighted memory race with its Spectrix D40 line. We check out the performance and tuneability of its AX4U300038G16-QRS to answer the question of value.
One of several newly decorated models in the Sniper X line, G.Skill’s F4-3600C19D-16GSXF offers two 8GB DDR4-3600 modules at moderate cost. How does it stack up?
Patriot Viper LED PVLW416G360C6K brings the buyer’s choice of red or white lighting to DDR4-3600, but what about its performance? We put it to the test.
Performance enthusiast are always looking for a way to go faster, and Corsair obliges in its CMK16GX4M2F4600C19 dual-channel memory kit. We test it!
Performance enthusiast are always looking for a way to go faster, and Corsair obliges with its CMK16GX4M2F4600C19 dual-channel memory kit. We test it!
Delta modules expand Team Group’s RGB line in time for Asus’ Aura update. Does the DRAM underneath those fancy lights live up to the T-Force performance label?
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?