ZADAK SPARK RGB DDR4-4133 16GB Memory Kit Review and more
Posted on: 09/02/2019 10:12 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

Lian Li Bora Digital Review
Thermaltake Premium Level 20 RGB Gaming Mouse Pad Review
Thermaltake Riing Duo 12 Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition Review
ZADAK SPARK RGB DDR4-4133 16GB Memory Kit Review

Lian Li Bora Digital Review
Today we look at Lian Li's latest 120mm fans, featuring, you guessed it, RGB lighting; supported by ASUS Aura Sync, MSI's Mystic Light Sync, ASRock's Polychrome Sync and GIGABYTE's RGB Fusion Ready synchronisation systems, they're ready to be plugged into almost any system, but there's also an in-line RGB controller included for those without RGB headers on their motherboard.


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Thermaltake Premium Level 20 RGB Gaming Mouse Pad Review
Today I will be reviewing the Thermaltake Level 20 RGB Gaming Mouse Pad. Lets start off, by me saying, I am a huge fan of a great mouse pad. I want a good base for my gaming, especially FPS games. I prefer a cloth mouse pad but that is just preference over performance really. I have played around with a few hard material mouse pads and the mouse really does travel well on that material and it is easy to clean. For me, though I am partial to cloth. This particular mouse pad is indeed a hard plastic, so I will do my best to keep my personal bias out of the evaluation of the mouse pad.


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Thermaltake Riing Duo 12 Radiator Fan TT Premium Edition Review
The Riing Duo 12 is designed for a high static pressure output, suitable for tightly-packed cooling radiators or cases where air vents aren't optimally located or wide enough for easy airflow. Hydraulic self-lubricating bearings within the central hub of each fan lower noise output while increasing efficiency for a quieter system and longer lifespan.


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ZADAK SPARK RGB DDR4-4133 16GB Memory Kit Review
A year or so ago, we reached out to ZADAK when we saw the release of the SHEILD kits. At that time, we were told that ZADAK preferred for the reviewers to be in countries where the RAM was sold at that time. However, since then, times have changed, as ZADAK has seen the light of the popularity they have amassed by allowing reviewers on this side of the pond to get a look at what they are capable of. Even though we missed out on the opportunity to bring you the SHIELD memory, we are pleased that we got access to their latest series, so we can show you what ZADAK is all about. When it comes to choices, the product page for this new memory shows us that kits start at 2666MHz, and following speeds are 3000, 3200, 3600, and 4133. Timings of the first three speeds are the same at 16-18-18-38, but the 2666MHz kit needs just 1.2V, while the other two need 1.35V. At 3600MHz timings increase to 17-19-19-39 at 1.35V, but the 4133MHz kit needs 1.40V and uses 19-21-21-42 for timings. Density starts with single 8 and 16GB sticks, and kits are sorted into 16, 32, and 64GB kits. Out of the group, we have the 16GB kit of 4133MHz DDR4, which like the rest of the ZADAK memory, is backed with a limited lifetime warranty.


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