Glowing RAM from G.Skill to match all your other RGBs

Subject: Memory | May 4, 2017 - 02:01 PM |
Tagged: G.Skill, G.Skill Trident Z, 32GB, ddr4-3200, RGB

What is the point of light emanating from all of your components from keyboard to PSU if your RAM doesn't match?  G.Skill realized this is a pressing issue on the minds of enthusiasts everywhere and infected their Trident Z RAM with RGB-itis.  The four modules in this 32GB kit have a total of 16 LEDs which can glow together or separately using the G.Skill control utility, which is still in Beta and caused some minor headaches for Kitguru.  You can see the lights here, as well as some benchmarks if you are more into that kind of thing.

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"Take a really close look and you will see the G.Skill logo is carried on a plastic diffuser that covers the LEDs, instead of the aluminium heat spreader, however that is the only clue that this DDR4 memory packs four RGB LEDs on each module."

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Source: Kitguru

Corsair Vengeance LPX 3200MHz 32GB, a lot of space in more ways than one

Subject: Memory | October 17, 2016 - 02:37 PM |
Tagged: corsair, Corsair Vengeance LPX, ddr4-3200

This particular Corsair Vengeance LPX kit comes with the Airflow kit, active cooling for your DIMMs which does require a fair amount of clearance around your CPU socket if you intend to install it.  If you do not use the active cooling the low profile DIMMs stand a mere 31mm tall, which should fit alongside even the largest heatsinks.  This 32GB DDR4-3200MHz kit has default timings of 15-15-15-36, Overclockers Club managed to squeeze out an overclock of 14-16-16-36 @ 3261MHz on this particular kit.  Drop by to see the effect that had on performance in the full review.

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"Right out of the box, this set of modules delivered excellent performance across each of the tests I ran. From synthetic to real world and finally in the gaming test, these modules delivered better performance overall than even the Dominator platinum modules I just looked at. The tighter primary timings and SPD tuning really brings out the performance potential of this Vengeance LPX 3200MHz 32GB set of modules."

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The Shiny Chinpokomon of RAM; CORSAIR's DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition DDR4

Subject: Memory | September 28, 2016 - 01:07 PM |
Tagged: DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition, corsair, ddr4, ddr4-3200, DHX

Corsair's DOMINATOR PLATINUM Special Edition series comes in 32GB kits, either four 8GB DIMMs or a pair of 16GB DIMMs, in your choice of Chrome or Blackout finishes.  All kits are DDR4-3200MHz but with the 10-layer PCB and DHX heatsinks Corsair feels that reaching 3600MHz will be trivial and higher frequencies possible for talented tweakers.  They will be available directly from Corsair, $330 for the quad-channel kit and $300 for the dual channel.

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You can read the full PR by clicking below.

Source: Corsair

Corsair's Dominator Platinum, 64GB of DDR4-3200

Subject: Memory | August 17, 2016 - 04:15 PM |
Tagged: Corsair Dominator Platinum, corsair, ddr4-3200

It will certainly cost you quite a bit to pick up but if you have a need for a huge pool of memory the 64GB Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4-3200 kit is an option worth considering.  The default timings are 16-18-18-36 and the heat spreader and DHX cooling fins keep the DIMMs from heating up, even when Overclockers Club upped the voltage to 1.45V.  Part of the price premium is the testing which was done before these DIMMs left the factory, as well as the custom PCB and hand picked ICs which should translate to a minimum of issues running at their full speed or even when overclocked.  Pop by to see how this kit performed in OC's benchmarks.

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"If I break it down, you get a set of modules that have been through an extensive binning process that hand selects the memory ICs being used on these modules. There is a custom designed, cooling optimized PCB that those memory IC's are mounted to so that we can enjoy a trouble free user experience. The DHX cooling solution on these modules is easily up to the task of keeping the modules cool with minimal airflow. The heat spreader and DHX cooling fins are designed to use convective cooling in the absence of any airflow over the modules."

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New kit on the block; the KLEVV Cras DD4-3200MHz 16GB kit

Subject: Memory | November 5, 2015 - 04:17 PM |
Tagged: klevv, Hynix, ddr4-3200, cras

KLEVV is an unfamiliar brand but it falls under the purview of SK Hynix so they are not completely without a background in the field.  They have released a 4x4GB DDR4-3200 kit with timings of 16-18-18-36 @ 2T.  The plain exterior of the DIMMs is appealing but make note of the top strip of transparent looking material, that is for the LEDs which shine when the RAM is powered on and which Kitguru could not disable.  The kit did not like having its frequency increased however the timings can be improved, in Kitguru's case to 16-17-17-36 @ 1T though this had negligible inpact on performance.  If you are thinking about picking them up, be aware they are taller than many DIMMs and may interfere with larger coolers.

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"You may not have heard of KLEVV – the newest player on the consumer memory scene. KLEVV’s parent company, Essencore, falls under the same SK Group umbrella corporation as semiconductor giant SK Hynix. We are looking at KLEVV‘s flagship DDR4 memory line – the Cras series."

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G.Skill's Ripjaws 4; fast and relatively affordable memory for your Haswell-E system

Subject: Memory | April 27, 2015 - 04:45 PM |
Tagged: ddr4-3200, G.Skill, Ripjaws 4, 16GB

At $450 for 16GB of DDR4-3200, G.Skill's Ripjaws 4 kit is very well priced for DDR4 of that speed, especially if you like the active cooling fans.  This particular kit is has timings of 16-16-16-36 with a 2T command rate. It also requires an impressive 1.35V to hit full speed, well above the 1.2V specification but in line with many of the other DDR4 enthusiast kits.  Indeed when Hardware Canucks started their overclocking tests they raised that to 1.4V and managed a variety of tighter timings with reduced clock speed; worth noting is that all of those overclocks were successful when using a 1T command rate.  Check out their full review here and don't forget to sign up for our contest!

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"G.Skill's Ripjaws 4 DDR4-3200 16GB kit gives Haswell-E buyers an excellent combination of price, out-of-box performance and overclocking abilities. It has everything you could possibly want in a DDR4 kit."

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