Predator Vesta RGB DDR4 32GB 3600MHz Memory Review

There is no shortage of high-performance and great looking memory kits these days, with every major brand having some pretty exciting products to choose from for just about every budget. Predator is certainly more on the premium and high-end of the scale though, offering products that would appeal to the PC building enthusiast market. Plus, while Predator is an ACER brand, they’re actually made by BIWIN, and since BIWIN manufactures and designs the products in-house, they have greater control over the design and hardware, unlike some companies that stamp different logos on the same blank DIMMS. Furthermore, BIWIN uses Samsung B-Die ICs, meaning we know the Predator Vesta memory should be pretty great already!

Predator Vesta RGB DDR4

The Vesta is available in speeds of 3200 MHZ up to a nice and swift 4000 MHz. I have the 3600 MHz kit in for review, but with the Samsung B-die ICs delivering CL14 latencies, this is a nice sweet spot for performance. Furthermore, they come with a premium quality aluminium alloy heat sink, with built-in temperature sensors, a 10-layer PCB design with gold-plated contacts, and RGB integration too. Sure, a lot of these are pretty common features on high-end memory these days, but that doesn’t lessen their impact.


  • Samsung B-Die ICs
  • Main frequency up to 4000 MHz
  • CL14 Latency
  • Support XMP 2.0 one-click overclocking
  • Built-in RGB
  • 5-Year Limited Warranty


What Predator Had to Say

“Engineered with original preferred-quality ICs, Predator Vesta memory features a high frequency up to 4000 MHz and supports XMP 2.0. The built-in temperature sensor monitors the real-time operating temperature, ideal for overclocking. The upgrade of its lighting effect brings more brightness and a more lifelike color display. The bottom of its light guide bar adopts a saw-tooth design, allowing for a natural lighting effect.” – Predator

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Peter Donnell

As a child still in my 30's (but not for long), I spend my day combining my love of music and movies with a life-long passion for gaming, from arcade classics and retro consoles to the latest high-end PC and console games. So it's no wonder I write about tech and test the latest hardware while I enjoy my hobbies!

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