Product on Review: ZADAK Spark RGB
Street Price: USD $249.99 (4133MHz – 16GB)
ZADAK are, in the grand-scheme of things, brand new to the PC industry, being founded in the latter half of 2015, so you’d be forgiven if you hadn’t heard of them until now. ZADAK produce some of the wackiest and coolest computer cases we’ve ever seen and have since moved into producing memory modules and AIO cooling loops.
Sent over to us for evaluation is their latest DRAM modules, the Spark RGB DDR4, which is aimed firmly towards enthusiasts and competitive gamers thanks to its overclocking ability and attractive design. Available in speeds ranging from 2666MHz through to 4133MHz and capacities of 8GB to 64GB, ZADAK offer their Spark RGB kits for a variety of budgets. Today we’re examining their fastest kit, the 16GB 4133MHz with latency ratings of 19-21-21-42 at 1.4V.
ZADAK’s Spark RGB supports ASUS Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion 2.0, ASRock Polychrome Sync and Razer Chroma RGB to enable system-wide lighting effects and have verified performance with ASUS, MSI, GIGABYTE and ASRock on their Z390 and Ryzen platforms.
ZADAK are currently emerging into new markets so aren’t yet available in the UK but US pricing is currently $249.99. Let’s see how the high frequency kit fairs with our 3800X and if it offers a speed improvement.
ZADAK on the Spark RGB:
Firmly aimed at the high-end PC enthusiasts and gamers market, the SPARK RGB DDR4 brings together powerful memory module, overclocking capability and top-notch design elements to form a valuable addition to the ZADAK DDR4 family that is compatible with high-end motherboards. Overclocking is made simple with XMP 2.0 support allowing users to select their preferred profile for stable and reliable overclocking.