Holy Crap this RAM is Cheap! Patriot Signature Premium

Patriot Signature Premium DDR4 RAM News

It was almost hard to figure out where the Patriot Signature Premium RAM fits. The Viper brand is killing it with great performance and awesome designs. Releasing a plain looking kit with a simple black heat spreader seems odd, but that is exactly what Patriot is doing. Then I saw the pricing and the new series made a lot more sense. The Signature Premium is supposed to give great performance quality at a great price, but if overclocking is good then value can be through the roof. Continue reading “Holy Crap this RAM is Cheap! Patriot Signature Premium”

GeIL Super Luce RGB Sync DDR4-3200 16GB Memory Review

RGB + Samsung B-die A2 = Winning!?

Are you looking for performance? Are you possibly looking for style? Maybe both. GeIL looks to set some of the competition aside with a slightly less traditional look whilst still retaining that performance we all crave. I’ve been informed that there’s an added bonus to these Super Luce modules that’ll help with the performance aspect…

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AMD Ryzen 2000 Series Memory Stability Issues? Try This!

AMD has been well-known for its memory stability issues with Ryzen, especially when it first launched. Since then,  however, the AGESA updates have allowed myriads of different memory combinations to finally become usable. I changed my R7 1700 for an R7 2700X on launch, and even went so far as to pre-order the CPU. I was that stoked for it… but I was never able to fully stabilize the memory, even though it was as solid as could be on the R7 1700 I had previously. So, how did I solve the issue? I guess… I’ll tell you a ‘little’ story…

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Ballistix Sport AT RAM Review

Ballistix Sport AT RAM Review

But Why is the RGB Gone?

It seems like the only new RAM is RGB RAM. In the midst of this, Ballistix makes the bold move to release “normal” memory. The new Sport AT modules arrive with a simplistic design, while partnering with Asus TUF branding. In theory, we should be able to expect some impressive performance. We’ll find that out soon, right after a quick word from Ballistix. Continue reading “Ballistix Sport AT RAM Review”