High Frequency TRAMsmission From Planet Zadak
You may not have heard of Zadak, but rest assured RGB fans, they know how to speak ASUS Aura, Asrock Polychrome Sync, MSI Mystic Light Sync and Razer Chroma. AMD and Intel fans can take a peek at this review over at The Guru of 3D as these DIMMs handle XMP 2.0 and are Ryzen Ready, though you might not hit the full DDR4-4133MHz on your your shiny new Threadripper or Ryzen.
The i7-8700K they tested was able to hit the full 4133MHz, though depending on the motherboard they needed to use manual settings as opposed to XMP, which also helped them discover they could tighten the timings a it as well. They will cost you a wee but but the performance is impressive.
Zadak is a high-end, custom water-cooled PC brand founded by a group of designers, modders, and engineers in the autumn of 2015 and, simply speaking, it’s a more premium variant of Apacer, whose memory (Panther Rage RGB) we already reviewed on Guru3D.