TeamGroup T-CREATE 64GB 3200MHz DDR4 Memory Review




/ 5 months ago

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A Closer Look

The T-CREATE range is a nice move from TeamGroup, as it distances this product range from their usual gaming customers. I will say, to a certain extent RAM is RAM and this memory will game just as well as it should, and gaming memory will do the creative jobs just fine too. It’s all a branding, style and image thing, but hey, I’m cool with that 100%.

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The memory has been very well made though, and uses a 10-layer PCB to ensure there’s less cross-talk from the memory chips and traces. It’s just more durable too, which is never a bad thing as you don’t want the memory to flex while it’s being handled. Plus, the extra bulk helps it handle heat and power better too.

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The matte black PCB has become somewhat expected in the memory market these days, but it’s still nice to see it regardless. What I do love is the powder coated appearance of the matte white. The two tones contrast really well, and the front on T-CREATE looks crisp and stylish.

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I mean, I don’t want to go all Patrick Bateman over it, but I think they’ve styled it just right for the creative market.

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It’s not all show and no go either, as the memory still has a good chunk of aluminium on each side to ensure the cooling performance is still there. The modules are a low profile design still, so compatibility in slimmer cases, rack mounts, or with larger CPU coolers should not be an issue.

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The memory has a few bumps, ridges and a couple of cut outs at the top too, which increases the overall surface area, amount of heatsink material and offers a little more airflow too; all of which should improve the cooling performance.

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The spine of the RAM has a little channel as the heatsink is made from two parts that I’m guessing are fixed with some adhesive pads.

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You can actually close that gap if you squeeze it, but it’ll open up again when you let go. That’s not a fault by the way, it’s a pretty common design for memory.

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So there we have it, 3200 MHz, two 32GB DIMMS, and a lovely classic design. Let’s get this in a test bench and see what it can do!

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