ZADAK 16GB 3600 MHz DDR4 Memory Review

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A Closer Look

As you can see, we have two modules in our set, giving us a total memory count of 16GB (8+8GB). The kit runs at 3600 MHz, so it should be no slouch when it comes to our performance testing. However, I’m expecting that huge heatsink design to bring the largest performance benefits.

The heatsink design is simply gorgeous, with a tri-tone design, offering a matte black on the left, brushed metal on the right, and a soft aluminium finish on the top rails. Without a doubt, it’s one of the best looking kits I’ve seen pretty much ever, with just the Corsair Dominator Platinum edging the lead, albeit also costing more, so take that as you will.

The metal design gives it a super high-quality look and feel, and it’s sure to be a huge compliment to any system build. Of course, the colour neutral design is a huge help too, as it’ll fit with any colour scheme. It’ll also help better show off the colours from the LED lighting, allowing you to enjoy the effects options to their full potential.

Other little details, such as the screw on heatsink design, and the all-black PCB add up too. There’s not a whole lot that can be done with memory, but all the boxes have been ticked here.

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