HyperX Predator DDR4 3200MHz Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅27-09-18
It’s a little while since we tested any memory that wasn’t plastered with RGB, but it made for a refreshing change. HyperX haven’t lost any style or design points by leaving the RGB off this model, though they do offer the same memory modules with lighting on top, if that’s your bag. We really liked the gunmetal colour of the DIMM sticks, they looked fantastic in our build with the aggressive angles and two-tone colour.

Performance was exactly where we expected it. Slightly slower than the 3400MHz G.SKILL Sniper X and higher than the rest. There’s not much more to memory than the latencies and the MHz, unless you plan on overclocking or require them to fit a specific build-style.

In terms of overclocking, we’re perfectly happy with an increase from 3200MHz to 3600MHz with a small bump in latency timings. 3500MHz was fine at the XMP Timings, however.

At today’s pricing, the 32GB kit that we tested is GBP £379.99 / USD $414.99 / AUS $498.00 which is there or there-about with other kits of similar speed but there are cheaper kits on the market.

There's not much which sets one set of RAM apart from any other, but this stuff looks fantastic and gave us a decent overclock.

+ Good performance
+ Modules look excellent
+ Colour scheme should fit almost any build
+ Decent overclocking

- Price

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