DDR4 memory modules you can choose plenty from, the cheap but dull all green Kingston Value memory for example works absolutely fine. Then the regular mainstream DIMMs, then step it up a little and say high-frequency memory is a hint faster and often cooler looking inside your PC with the fancy designs and heatspreaders. Then there’s enthusiast grade memory for the performance enthusiasts, which is what we will look at as Teamgroup has released T-Force Night Hawk memory. The DIMMs we received from them clock in at a 3000 MHz (effective), considering that a lot of you run your memory at 2133 MHz and for DDR3 actually 1600 MHz, that’s nearly double the memory frequency. But how will that relate to performance? Link