Team Group T-Force Xtreem ARGB 3600C14 16GB

Undeniably, the styling of Team Group’s T-Force Xtreem ARGB memory modules is a distinguishing feature. The sticks use a black aluminium heatspreader in combination with 15 zones of LEDs pumping out light through a mirror-finish type diffuser. Personally, I like the LED styling which I would describe as well-balanced and surprisingly subtle in terms of light intensity.

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G.Skill Trident Z Neo DDR4-3600 C16 2x16GB

Hailing from the distinguished Trident lineage, the Trident Z Neo DDR4-3600 memory kit that we have today aims to seduce even the pickiest buyers. The days when you had to use four or even six memory modules to get the capacity you want are behind us. Nowadays, the best memory comes in large capacities. The emergence of 16GB and 32GB DDR4 memory modules have really optimized how we use the memory slots on our motherboard; even mainstream platforms can use up to 128GB of memory with only four memory slots.

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Crucial Ballistix DDR4-3600 2x32GB

As you can see in our photo above, the Crucial Ballistix’s retail box design is quite different. For one thing, the Crucial branding is back. Other Ballistix kits I have reviewed the last few times all had their Crucial branding removed. The predominantly navy blue card stock packaging is as compact and simple as it gets.

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HP V8 DDR4-3600 MHz CL18 1x8GB

The HP V8 kit I have for testing today is one of their mid-spec kits: 8 GB (1x 8 GB) 3600 MHz at 18-20-20-40 timings and 1.35 V. 3600 MHz has become the new gold standard for Ryzen builds, driving new focus into memory kits targeting a previously obscure specification. Let’s see how the HP V8 holds up in this ultra-competitive segment!

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Patriot Viper RGB DDR4-3600 2x16GB

Today’s review unit of the Patriot Viper RGB DDR4-3600 2x16GB arrived from Patriot’s American offices in Fremont, California. Traveling with UPS and their Standard ground service, this package arrived in great condition with no real issues to speak of. This shipment came to our APH Networks offices in Calgary, Alberta. 

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Patriot Viper 4 Blackout DDR4-3600 64GB

We’ve said it time and time again that it is hard to find a solid DDR4 memory kit that does not have RGB lighting. Well Patriot wants to change that with their new Viper 4 Blackout DDR4 memory. This modules feature an all black design (hence the Blackout name), which will more or less match any build out there. The kit we are taking a look at today is the PVB464G360C8K which is a 64GB (2x16GB) kit running at 3600 MHz with timings of 18-20-20-40 at 1.35V.

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Crucial Ballistix MAX RGB DDR4 32GB 4000MHZ

The only other model which was able to exchange blows with the Ballistix MAX kit is the equally fast (slightly faster actually if we also take timings into account) Trident ROYAL kit by GSkill. Unfortunately, due to motherboard limitations the X299 system wouldn’t boot no matter what i did at frequencies over 4GHz so i had to use the Z390 system for overclocking, even though it ended going up to just 4200MHz (i was expecting a stable 4400MHz which didn’t happen, not with 1.4V and CL19)

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T-Force Dark Z DDR4-3600

Team Group has been in business since 1997. However, they’ve really been making a name for themselves lately with their T-Force Gaming line up. Team Group does all their own research and development in house. This helps to keep production costs down which helps the consumer in the end.

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