Its all about the lights for the Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO but with an OC headroom so great, we had this kit going from DDR4-3200 to DDR4-3866 with almost zero effort. If you've got the experience and hardware, this may be the best budget RGB performance kit you may get. Read on to find out if the Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO is for you in this #B2G review! Read More
For those with extreme OCD that can't handle seeing their memory slots not gleaming in RGB lighting, GIGABYTE's got the solution for you. For around Php12k, you can populate your DIMM slots with 16GB DDR4-3200 with the new AORUS RGB Memory with two free demo light modules. Of course the other option is buying a full 32GB quad-channel kit at Php22k. Its up to you. Read on to find out more about the AORUS RGB Memory DDR4-3200 16GB dual-channel kit in this #B2G review! Read More
KINGMAX releases their first RGB memory in the market as well with their new ZEUS DRAGON RGB enthusiast memory kits. Available in speeds up to DDR4-3466 and 16GB single-stick capacity, KINGMAX is looking to compete with the big boys in this field. Find out more about the KINGMAX ZEUS DRAGON RGB DDR4 memory in this #B2G review! Read More
With G.Skill saturating every price point and segment in the memory space, its a tough call on which to select. If you're a content creator on the newer Intel platforms, density matters more than RGB or performance and with DDR4-3000/3200 proving the sweet spot for DDR4 kits, we have this 32GB kit from G.Skill which aims squarely at people looking to max out their boards. Read on to find out more about the G.Skill Trident Z DDR4-3200 32GB Quad-Channel kit in this #B2G review! Read More
We take a closer look at the OG of all RGB memory modules, the GeIL EVO X. With performance similar to the top-end memory modules in its class, its RGB implementation has the highest compatibility of everything out right now. If you don't mind a bit of cabling, the EVO X is a great choice. Find out more about the GeIL EVO X memory module in this #B2G review! Read More