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Team Group has been around for quite some time since the 1997. Established in Taiwan, Taipei, Team Group is known for their memory modules and flash products such as SD cards and flash drives. Today we will be looking at one of their newest memory module, the Delta DDR4, which was created in partnership with Avexir. This low-profile LED-lighted module looks cool indeed and are perfect for red-themed gaming rigs. How well will this perform and overclock compared to other memory kits out there? Let's find that out today.
Unmistakable thanks to its brilliant LED-lit top bar and aggressively styled aluminum industrial design, Vengeance LED is optimized for maximum performance on the latest Intel® X99 and 100 series motherboards. Available in both red LED and white LED variants, Vengeance LED lights up performance PC builds with bright integrated lighting designed to make your PC look as good as it runs, alongside blistering performance at frequencies up to 4,333MHz.
Some time ago we reviewed Crucial's Ballistix Sport LT 32GB (4x8GB) DDR4 2400MHz memory kit in gray and came away rather impressed. Since then, Crucial has expanded the line Ballistix Sport LT line to include white and red versions, on top of the original gray. Today we will be looking at their Ballistix Sport LT 32GB (4x8GB) DDR4 2400MHz memory kit in red. They are designed to offer great performance at a reasonable price. Crucial has fitted the Ballistix Sport LT with Digital camo heat spreaders that are clearing aimed gamers and performance enthusiast. Like all Crucial memory, they feature a limited lifetime warranty.
The HyperX Savage has become quite popular since the DDR3 version was released. The DDR4 version continues to offer many of the same features. They are available with black medium profile asymmetrical die-cast aluminum heat spreaders and black printed circuit boards. A sculptured design offers an aggressive look that is often lack in lower profile memory.
The Viper Elite is Patriot’s latest offering of DDR4 and is the most affordable DDR4 line in the Viper series. They are available with speeds from 2133MHz up to 3200MHz and in capacities ranging from 8GB (2x8GB) to 64GB (4x16GB). Today we will be looking at their 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz memory kit.
G.SKILL’s first entry into DDR4 market was the Ripjaws 4 series, which now offers speeds from 2133MHz all the way up to an impressive 3400Mhz. The Ripjaws V offers even more performance over the Ripjaws 4 line and a more subdued look. They feature 42mm high medium profile black, blue, sliver, gunmetal, or red aluminum heat spreaders. Speeds are rated up to 4000MHz and there are 4GB x 2 (8GB total) through 16GB x 4 (64GB total) configurations are available.
G.SKILL’s first entry into DDR4 market was the Ripjaws 4 series. They quickly followed up the Ripjaws V series. Most recently they debuted the Trident Z series. The Trident Z takes off where the Ripjaws V left off, offering speeds from 2800MHz all the way up to a mind staggering 4266Mhz. But performance is only part of the Trident Z draw.