|Capacities||8 GB: 8 GBx1
16 GB: 8 GBx2, 16 GBx1
32 GB: 32 GBx1, 16 GBx2
64 GB: 32 GBx2
|Frequencies||2666 / 3000 / 3200 / 3600 MHz|
|Latencies||CL14 / CL16 / CL18|
|0 °C to 85 °C（32 °F to 185 °F）|
|1.2 V / 1.35 V|
|Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
|Certifications||CE, FCC, ROHS, VCCI, RCM, BSMI|
- Ultra-low Timing
- 2666 MHz~3600 MHz
- Zinc-alloy Heatsink
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
The Predator Talos DDR4-3200 memory kit has one XMP profile at DDR4-3200 and common nowadays timings of CL16-20-20-38. The required voltage is 1.35V, so a standard value for gaming memory kits.
Thaiphoon Burner sees the used IC as Samsung D-die. It’s not the best news for overclockers but still should perform well and provide some overclocking potential. About the same, we can expect from any non-B-die IC.
The tested memory kit has no problems with stability on ASUS and MSI motherboards with AMD X570, B550, and Intel Z590 chipsets. We used the Strix B550-I Gaming motherboard for performance tests, which is one of the best options for RAM overclocking for the AMD Ryzen platform.
Below is a screenshot from the AIDA64 System Stability Test. As you can see, there are no problems with the Predator Talos DDR4-3200 memory.
Now let’s take a look at the product and its package.