ZADAK 16GB 3600 MHz DDR4 Memory Review

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ZADAK511 DDR4 3600 MHz Memory Review


There’s a lot of cool RAM on the market right now, and it’s hard to pick a set that isn’t pretty fantastic in one way or another. However, there are so few brands out there right now, and there’s certainly room for one more. With that in mind, I’m super excited to bring you our very first ZADAK review, as we take a look at their high-end 16GB memory kit, which operates at 3600MHz!

What ZADAK Had to Say

“There were a few LED memory modules on the market yet nothing is like what we think about SHIELD RGB DDR4 today. It reinvented what we think of as LED memory module. Believe me, you have never seen this kind before. The patented SHIELD RGB DDR4 fully supports the latest high-end motherboards, Intel® 100 and 200 series. It starts at a clock speed of 2400MHz, going up beyond 3000MHz. It is overwhelming to know that with the software ZArsenal you can regulate the preferable colors and manage the LED flashing patterns.”


As you can see, the kit delivers four speeds, and we have the 3600MHz kit in the office today. The 3600 will deliver good timings of 18-18-18-42, and runs at 1.35v. Overall, it’s pretty straightforward and obviously competitive, so let’s take a look at what else it has to offer.

Product Trailer

Memory performance is easy these days, so the aesthetics and bonus features are the main selling tools available to ZADAK. As you can see, it delivers some stunning RGB LED lighting and effects, thanks to its top and side mounted RGB LEDs.

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One Response to “ZADAK 16GB 3600 MHz DDR4 Memory Review”
  1. Calvin Summerlin says:

    Something about the PCB layout these sticks use makes clocking them higher than 3866 very difficult on Asus and Gigabyte boards.

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