Final Thoughts & Conclusion
TeamGroup’s T-Force Vulcan Z kit offers the perfect balance of affordability and performance. The 3200MHz version of the Vulcan Z’s did fairly well in most of our tests battling it out with other 3200MHz modules. Not only did they perform well, but the black PCB and silver aluminum head spreader look great on our test bench.
For the few tests that the Vulcan Z’s did fall short on, this was made up with the available overclocking headroom they have. With no voltage increase, I was able to push the Vulcan Z’s to 3600MHz which garnered 7-12% in read/write/copy performance. Also if you're running a Ryzen system, this allows you to hit that 3600MHz that will match the stock infinity fabric perfectly.
Overall, The T-Force Vulcan Z’s met my expectations of what a memory kit should be, and would be a great affordable option for your next Intel/Ryzen based build.
Great Job, TeamGroup!