Clash of the RGB RAM! TridentZ vs. Night Hawk Modules

TEAM GROUP NIGHT HAWK RGB RAM: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820331023&cm_re=night_hawk_rgb-_-20-331-023-_-Product
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Comments

Islam Peace says:

What is the chipset of the Teamgroup Night Hawk Modules?

Gunzou says:

Yep definitely getting t-force now

Ryan Da_Hawaiian says:

Just a little FYI…both software (g.skill and Asus) will (in some cases-like me) will re-write the data stored on the ram (ie. XMP profile, and the original profile for the ram) and if u don’t catch it in time, will kill your ram (I got lucky and caught it in time), but I still had to use a software (thaiphonon) to re-write all the data to the ram and return it to factory settings..g.skill and Asus both know about the problem and I hope they fix it soon..for now, I just let my ram run in default. Just thought I would give everyone a heads-up and hope u don’t run into this problem. Here is the link to the YouTube video https://youtu.be/8Lfd-3fasik

rockyrod says:

i think i like the nighthawk now

Isaac Sabir says:

Night hawk RGP is working fine on my msi board.

Leon Adams says:

This is a coincidence, I’ve just bought some Trident Z. I’ve wanted it for ages, but it’s not playing nice with my ASUS X99 Deluxe. Considering its ASUS software and even their own mobo has issues. But I’ve got it running on an MSI Z370, with the ASUS software running along side Mystic, how crazy is that?
I think I’m gonna use Corsair Vengeance RGB instead. I know the Link software works on this mobo, and people seem to have less issues with it.

Renyatta says:

i have a MSI x370 Pro Carbon board with the Nighthawks, they work with the MSI Mystic Light software. The only thing i that couldn’t get to work in the program is the rainbow effect. But they have that effect on their own anyway without a selection being made.

tonkatoytruck says:

You need to do this test again against the Team Force Group Dark Pro 3200MHzCAS14. Who cares about RGB?

Dwain Leach says:

ASUS Aura Sync works on all RGB native motherboards. I have it installed on an ASRock

Jackson Goodfellow says:

‘monochromatic’…then goes on to say ‘RGB’

Jad Nassrallah says:

You really are an ignorant idiot u know that???
LOOK AT THEIR WEBSITE:
https://www.teamgroupinc.com/en/product/night-hawk-rgb-night-hawk-ddr4
ASUS AURA AND MSI MYSTIC LIGHT AND GIGABYTE RGB FUSION COMPATIBLE PLUS U CAN DOWNLOAD T-FORCE BLITZ SOFTWARE TO CONTROL THE NIGHTHAWK…
Pffff GO READ ABOUT THE PRODUCT AND LEARN ITS FEATURES BEFORE YOU MAKE A STUPID REVIEW LIKE THIS ONE OH MY F****** GOD! :@

LinhQuang Bạch says:

Hey man! Can you please, Share ưhere did you buy that mouse pad?
Thank you!

David Morris says:

3:30 the ram isnt matte. Its pressed aluminium dust. The brushed aluminium was probably machined making it more expensive.

Chris Tofer says:

just a junior question…

do i need 3200mhz,, or do i need 3000mhz?
this is 2018..
my spec is i5 8600k witn asus strix Z370-f…

forgeting about the brand,, which mhz do yout hink suit me?
is going with higher MHz bring advantage to me? i’m just gaming in a while, doing a simple task, browsing, watching movie..
thats all….

justdarylyeung says:

Is the g skill ram n night hawk ram compatible with Ryzen cpus? Or is it compatible with both ryzen and intel

Ian S. Rutter says:

Now, they do have their own software to control the RGB lighting. You can choose:
Cycle. Gradient. Speed. Static. Breathing. Colour Cycle. Rainbow. Comet. Flash and Dash. Wave. Glowing Yoyo. Starry-Night. Strobing and Music.
It allows you to Turn off and revert back to last settings.
The software allows you to control the lighting on each DRAM.
I’ve only just bought them. Visited their support page and saw the manual and software, so you don’t have to now rely on Asus.
Have fun.

Matthew Drake says:

Does anyone know how to get the RGB to function? I’m using a z370-E Gaming and the BIOS and Aura Sync are up to date.

DAFT PUNKIN says:

The Team Group ram uses the Blitz Software

Gregor Deissler says:

I have an Asus Board and I love the Team Group Night Hawk look, especially if you need white RGB Ram… Corsair Vengeance is also an interesting alternative, though

DrUIz Boi says:

I like the g.skill for its clean look and its non gamery design and i could se it matching any build but that nighthawk stuff is only 40 dollars less for 16gbs for a much uglier set of cheep looking sticks

Ethan says:

I already have 16gb of RAM but I badly want the RGB, I can’t afford the 32gb lol

eGAMING PC says:

This guy doesnt use ASUS MOBO’s and has an APPLE laptop doing a PC RAM REVIEW!!! wtf!

Felipe Mhk says:

How far the Night Hawk can go with overclock ? 3666Mhz ?

The TridentZ it`s more powerful to overclock!?

Leowo says:

I looked at this site and i saw 2 reviews of the night hawk and they both said that the lighting didn’t work after the second boot
which is bs sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
Is that true?

John Jones says:

75% to 90% of people use asus fact

Amlan Panigrahi says:

No performance test?

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