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Ballistix Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4 RAM Review

Micron does an amazing job with their latest memory in the Ballistix lineup. Not only does the Tactical Tracer RGB DDR4 kit look great, it has excellent build quality and the overclocking was excellent. The MOD software needs a little work and the price is a bit high, but still a very worthy kit.



Patriot Viper LED DDR4 3000 MHz Memory Review

Patriot has aggressively styled heat spreaders and LED lighting, making their RAM kits attractive. However, it's the overclocking potential of the Viper LED DDR4 that really shines. They only come in RED or White LED, but we're hoping for RGB in the future.



PATRIOT Launches New VIPER LED Series DDR4 Performance Memory

Patriot is releasing a new line of DDR4 memory with the Viper LED series. It comes in white and red LED options, but no RGB. They are also carefully selecting memory modules to help ensure greater compatibility, maximum performance, and the best overclocking headroom.



CORSAIR Builds the World’s Fastest 32GB 4x8GB DDR4 Memory Kit, Running at 4,333MHz

Worlds' Fastest...for now. Corsair takes the claim for a 4x8 GB DDR4 Memory kit at 4,333 MHz. It's important to realize that this is talking about four total sticks of RAM working at this speed. Two sticks are easier to push speeds than all four.



GeIL Super Luce RGB Sync AMD Edition 4x8GB DDR4-3000MHz Memory Review

GeIL does a great job with their RGB lighting and high out of the box frequencies. Where their RAM falls a little short though is in the overclocking department. Since many choose not to overclock their memory, the Super Luce RGB Sync AMD kit might be just right for you.



GeIL Announces SUPER LUCE RGB Series Gaming Memory Featuring RGB Illumination

Fluid lightening on SUPER LUCE RGB SYNC and SUPER LUCE RGB LITE Available in 2133MHz to 3200MHz Frequencies Verified by combinations of AM4 motherboards and AMD Ryzen processors Taipei, Taiwan — September 19th, 2017 GeIL – Golden Emperor International Ltd. – one of the world’s leading PC components & peripheral manufacturers announced SUPER LUCE RGB Series Gaming Memory featuring RGB LED illumination – SUPER LUCE RGB SYNC, and SUPER LUCE RGB LITE. Inheriting the stylish design from the previous generation, SUPER LUCE RGB Series Gaming Memory upgrades the LED lighting effect from single color LED to RGB LED, providing the fanciest lighting effect for gamers looking for RGB memory products without cable management. Heat spreaders are available in black and white color themes to match different gaming PC build preferences. SUPER LUCE RGB Series Gaming Memory also available in AMD Edition modules that have been verified across a large number of AM4 motherboards and AMD Ryzen processors. With the demand for RGB illuminated PC components rapidly growing, not only hardcore gamers but also mainstream users are looking for fancy RGB gaming memory. GeIL SUPER LUCE RGB Series Gaming Memory comes in 2 versions, SUPER LUCE RGB SYNC and SUPER LUCE RGB LITE, targeting at different segments to provide full range of products and solutions. Perfectly supporting ASUS AURA lighting control app, SUPER LUCE RGB SYNC allows users to enjoy the seamless synchronization of R...



Ballistix Announces Tactical Tracer DDR4 RGB Gaming Memory Modules

Everyone is jumping on the RGB bandwagon for memory, but Ballistix added an interesting feature to their DDR4 sticks. The light bar is removable and you can 3D print your own custom design. Somebody make a dragon silhouette and slap it in their Tactical Tracer kits



GEIL EVO X DDR4 RGB DDR4 3000 32GB Kit Overview

GeIL brings RGB to DDR4 with some decent RAM sticks. The high stock clock speeds are great, but don't expect much for overclocking. Some boards might have compatibility issues, but most systems should be fine if they're meant o run high end memory. The red switch stands out a bit.



Crucial Announces Ballistix Sport LT DDR4 SODIMMs

Crucial Announces Ballistix Sport LT DDR4 SODIMMs   New modules give gamers more speed, more performance, and better gaming   Key Messages:   Increased performance and enhanced integrated graphics frame rates with speeds starting at 2400 MT/s Easy plug-and-play installation with Intel® XMP 2.0 profiles for simple configuration Black PCB design with digital camo features and limited lifetime warranty1 Up to 16GB on a single SODIMM     Multimedia Elements: How Crucial Ballistix is Made Crucial Image Gallery Boise, ID, and Glasgow, UK, — May 17, 2016 – Crucial, a leading global brand of memory and storage upgrades, today announced the availability of Ballistix® Sport LT DDR4 SODIMMs. Ideal for gamers and performance enthusiasts, the new modules accelerate gaming laptops and small form factor systems by packing faster speeds into every memory slot, enabling users to run demanding games and applications with ease.   With speeds starting at 2400 MT/s, Ballistix Sport LT SODIMMs offer better latencies, reduced load times, and improved frame rates with integrated graphics. The new modules also feature a sleek black PCB and digital camo design and support Intel® XMP 2.0 profiles for easy installation.   “We’re constantly seeking ways to empower gamers with affordable, easy-to-use products that help them gain that competitive, performance edge,” explained Jeremy Mortenson, product marketing manager, Crucial. “With new platforms supporting fast...



Memory Speed vs. Latency – Clearing up the Confusion

Introduction We love speed as much as the next performance seeker, and many of us spend great sums of money and loads of time trying to optimize our systems, find the best parts for a new build, and squeezing every bit out of components. Admittedly, some components are easier to overclock or extract maximum performance, some are more difficult, and some are, well, just plain misunderstood. It’s probably a fair and reasonable statement to say that memory performance is one component typically found in the last category. The crux of the issue often comes down to how we perceive and “rate” memory performance, and the two most critical factors which influence that performance: speed and latency. There seems to be some significant misinformation and misunderstanding, and we see it often in the forums, in review comments, and elsewhere. So we decided to go straight to the experts to find out how these two factors influence memory performance: we talked with Crucial. Crucial is a global brand of Micron Technology, one of the world’s foremost leaders in memory design and manufacturing. They not only produce their own performance products and memory lineups (as well as SSDs, flash drives, and all other things related to memory), but they are also OEM suppliers to some of the biggest names in the industry. Needless to say, Crucial knows memory. We briefly spoke with Jeremy Mortenson, who is the Worldwide Memory Product Marketing Manager at Crucial, and asked ...



HyperX 32GB DDR4 Fury Memory Review

Introduction With DDR4 Memory now starting to mature since its release with the X99 chipset, we are starting to see the market get flooded with more options and variety, many of which now providing great performance with high frequencies and lower cost. With more and more kits becoming available, the competition is getting more fierce everyday. Today we have the chance to take a look at the HyperX’s new budget friendly line up the Fury series DDR4 memory. At the launch of DDR4 memory, it primary features were offering lower voltage and higher native frequencies. DDR4 features a native speed of 2133MHz, which is really nothing to WOW over or about since we have seen these speeds with DDR3. However, the main updates are its newer JEDEC Culmination and Density, DDR4 memory components now provide better speeds and faster response while being more power efficient at the same time. The HyperX Fury memory we are going to be looking at today not only offers fast speeds of 2666MHz out of the box, but also offers the efficiency of lower voltage; with that in mind… we can see some great potential with additional performance once overclocked. We will be comparing results from Kingston’s (HyperX) previous line up from its DDR3 series all the way up to HyperX Predator DDR4 series we previous tested. But before we do that, let’s learn about who HyperX is.   Who HyperX is: “HyperX is the high-performance product division of Kingston Technology, the world’s la...



Crucial Ballistix Sport LT DDR4 2400MHz Review

The Ballistix performance series memory has proven popular for their stock performance, overclock-ability, quality and the ever changing style employed by Crucial. Recently we had the pleasure of reviewing the DDR4 Ballistix Elite 2666MHz kit, these featured beautifully crafted all black industrial heat spreaders with lines so rigid they invoked the presence of the Military Elite. This time around we will be looking at the latest addition to the Ballistix family, the Ballistix Sport LT. These should land right between the Sport model and the higher end Elite kits, hopefully netting us the best of both worlds, tighter timings and high clocks



Crucial Ballistix Elite DDR4-2666 Memory Kit Review

Crucial, a leader in all things memory has already released Jedec DDR4 2133 kits, the lower profile DDR4 Ballistix Sport variants and now look to the top end with the Ballistx Elite DDR4 2666. Ballistix Elite has been looked at as some of the best memory on the market as each chip is hand picked. This binning process allows Crucial to create a product that can withstand pressures of world class overclocking.



MSI X99S MPower Board Review

The X99 platform has introduced many great features and new levels of performance for overclockers and professionals. The MPower series of boards are at the top of the enthusiast market. Designed for serious overclocking beyond what standard liquid cooling can handle. Extreme as in LN2 and DICE. Frosty



Crucial Ballistix Elite DDR4 Memory Now Available

      Boise, ID, and Glasgow, UK, 27 January, 2015 – Crucial, a leading global brand of memory and storage upgrades, today announced the availability of Crucial® Ballistix® Elite DDR4 memory. Designed to enhance high-performance gaming environments and push performance limits, the new modules deliver introductory speeds starting at 2666 MT/s, and allow users to radically increase bandwidth to 21 GB/s. Ballistix DDR4 memory also delivers up to 40 percent better power efficiency than standard DDR3 memory.*   Ballistix Elite DDR4 memory is optimized for the latest Intel® X99 platforms with support for XMP 2.0 profiles, and features a custom-designed black PCB and anodized aluminum heat spreaders for improved heat dissipation. Supported by the exclusive Ballistix Memory Overview Display (M.O.D.) utility, which provides the ability to read information from the module, including real-time temperature from the integrated thermal sensor, voltages and more, all to aid overclocking efforts. “Ballistix Elite DDR4 introduces a striking new look for us while reducing the memory bottleneck further by delivering faster speeds and bandwidths, improved responsiveness, and enabling increased frame rates,” said Jeremy Mortenson, product marketing manager, Crucial. “Couple all those benefits with the latest X99-based platforms from Intel, and you get one unreal gaming experience.”   “Since its first public demonstration of the technology over two years ...







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