Final Thoughts and Conclusion
TeamGroup produces another solid memory kit with its newest addition the Dark Z FPS. Even though we could not hit its blistering 4000MHz speed on our testbench it still performed great with a 3600MHz clock. In our benchmarks, the Dark Z FPS found itself among the top of the pack or comfortability in the middle. In addition to great scores in the AIDA/SiSoft bandwidth benchmark, it also posted an incredibly snappy 46.2ns latency.
In the aesthetics department, the Dark Z FPS does not disappoint with its all-black design and white sci-fi accents. Since TeamGroup stuck with neutral colors black, white, and silver the Dark Z FPS can easily match many themes whether it be off the wall RGB or something clean/professional. I like the fact TeamGroup excluded RGB from the Dark Z FPS which makes them perfect for many different-looking builds.
So if you’re looking in the market for a new memory kit that performs great and looks good doing it, be sure to check out TeamGroup’s Dark Z FPS
Great Job, TeamGroup!