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G.Skill Trident Z DDR4-3200 32GB Quad-Channel Memory Kit Review

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!

GeIL EVO X DDR4-3200 Dual-Channel Memory Kit Review

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!

Apacer Blade Fire DDR4-3000 16GB Dual-Channel Memory Kit Review

We take a look at Apacer's flagship DDR4 modules and see what the company has to offer for enthusiasts with the Apacer Blade Fire memory kits. We've taken a look at the original Blade and Apacer reworked those excellent kits to create the LED-lit variants we have right now. Find out more about the Apacer Blade Fire in this #B2G review!

Kingston HyperX FURY DDR4-2666 32GB Memory Kit Review

Let's take a look at Kingston's latest addition to their DDR4 lineup, the HyperX FURY DDR4 memory kit. We have really high expectations for the FURY as we've seen these kits go 30% faster after overclocking. But the real highlight is the price. At $320 for a 32GB DDR4-2666 kit, you're getting a lot for your money. Read more about the HyperX FURY DDR4 memory kit in this #B2G review.

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