T-Force VULCAN α DDR5 6000MHz 32GB (16GBx2) Review

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A Closer Look

The latest T-Force memory is a very simple and toned-down design and frankly, I’m happy about that. I think we can mostly agree that larger memory with funky RGB lighting is great, but there’s a lot of it out there, and it’s nice to see something more… basic. It’s just a stamped aluminium heatsink clamshell design,

T Force VULCAN α DDR5 6000MHz 32GB 16GBx2 Logo

With it just being a matte black, it’ll blend into most systems easily enough, but it’s also available in a nice red if you did want something with a little more flair, but even then, it should still be pretty understated. The heatsinks are also suitably low-profile, so if you do have a larger CPU cooler or any other hardware in that space, it shouldn’t cause any major conflicts.

T Force VULCAN α DDR5 6000MHz 32GB 16GBx2 Back

The heatsink is more than enough too, people think they need huge heatsinks, but honestly, these modern DDR5 chipsets run at 1.25v are surprisingly efficient, and should never get particularly hot anyway. I do like the design they’ve stamped into it though, subtle but it’s just enough to jazz it up without drawing too much attention.

T Force VULCAN α DDR5 6000MHz 32GB 16GBx2 Display

They’re nice and slim, and the black metal on the black PCB looks neat and tidy.

T Force VULCAN α DDR5 6000MHz 32GB 16GBx2 Flat

Overall, slim, low profile, and no RGB may not sound particularly exciting, but honestly, it ticks all the right boxes for what I want in my RAM kits. It’s not like T-Force doesn’t make plenty of flashy kits if that’s what you desire though.

T Force VULCAN α DDR5 6000MHz 32GB 16GBx2 Side by Side

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