A close up of the branding and timing information. With it’s subtle black matt finish and minimal lettering and stickers on the modules we think they look superb and would probably fit into any systems colour scheme. They do not compete with the Avexir Raiden Green Tesla 16GB 2666MHz DDR4 Kit plasma lighting effects, but if that is not your thing, this is a good alternative.
We used the Asus Rampage V Extreme Motherboard with its extreme range of memory settings as a test bed. We used the X.M.P. settings for all memory tests in this review. Selecting the XMP 3200Mhz profile for this set of tests, this was the only option available.
We have noticed the very latest Asus Rampage V Extreme Motherboard 3402 BIOS has reduced the XMP memory profiles available. Asus engineers may have instructed the new BIOS to only view Profile 1. Turbo was enabled by default, with 3.6Ghz as the CPU’s maximum speed.