Team Group Vulcan Gold 2400MHz 8GB Memory Kit Review

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2400MHz memory seems to be kicking 2133MHz kits out of the ‘price-vs-speed’ sweet spot. Today we take a look at an 8GB 2400MHz CL11 kit from Team Group. Is the Vulcan set of memory worth its sub-£70 asking price?

While the 3GHz+ Hynix MFR-based memory kits may have been grabbing most of the headlines in recent months, 2133MHz and 2400MHz sets still make up the bread-and-butter of the enthusiast and gamer memory markets. Past 2400MHz prices start to rise out of proportion with frequency, so many gamers refuse to pay the added fee. For that reason 2133MHz and 2400MHz are the new sweet spots for performance memory.

Available in both eight and sixteen gigabyte capacities, can Team Group’s Vulcan Gold 2400MHz kit prove that its value-orientated approach to a high-speed set of memory can please gamers and enthusiasts?

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Specifications:

  • PC3-19200 (2400MHz).
  • Timings: 11-13-13-35.
  • Voltage: 1.65V.
  • Dual Channel Kit: (2x4GB).
  • XMP V1.3 Ready.
  • Lifetime Warranty.

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  • Ben

    Great kit and super price. Memory prices fluctuate all the time and I have seen some good deals on various etailers from time to time.

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  • Eran

    Not so sure on the gold colour, only ASUS boards would suit that. good memory though, my friend has their kits and they are very well made.

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  • J

    As I am aware, there are several colors to choose from.
    Team Group is certainly getting lots of attentions right now.

    Their Xtreem series broke Super Pi world record couple days ago.

    http://hexus.net/tech/items/ram/65369-teamgroup-project-x-series-memory-module-created-super-pi-32m-new-world-record-air-cooling/

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