T-Force Xtreem 16GB DDR4-3600 Dual-Channel Kit Review

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Metteec

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Thanks for the review. The benchmarks tell quite a story. For the extra money and faster DRAM speed, you get a one extra FPS in speed for gaming. At least they look cool!
 

xvegan

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You guys at Toms are bleeding away your core audience with this excessive 'game' stuff.

Please realize you are becoming irrelevant to the average techno felon.

Stop with the game crap long enough to take a look around.
 

Crashman

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We review the stuff we're sent, same as always. We still try to overclock the crap out of it. I personally try to remain neutral to stuff that doesn't exceed expectations, but you'll notice the glee when stuff actually does.

If you want to change what we get, you'll have to pressure the industry.
 

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The vast majority of build requests, in the forums, are for gaming rigs, so I would have to disagree.
 

Metteec

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I have used TH for over five years. I am primarily a gamer with a curiousity for how things work. TH has focused on gamers and hardware related to gamers for as long as I can remember. If TH stopped the focus on games and benchmarks, I would probably regular another website like Anandtech. So TH, keep up the good work.
 

Crashman

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I think his is a marketing complaint. You know, overclock something to its limit, set that as an XMP profile, slap the name "Gaming" or some variation of "Extreme" on the label, sell it to people who can't be bothered to do their own overclocking. Well, we covered the slower stuff, and overclocked that as well, so readers are just seeing a wider array of marketing tactics. And we really can't blame companies for wanting to send MORE of their enhanced-marketing labels.
 
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