Maybe it's because I just finished watching the entire Star Wars movie lineup after finishing the Obi-Wan TV series but the name Skywalker evokes a little bit of nostalgia and is the last thing I would see as the model name for memory. But that is the name that V-color went with. We haven’t had anything in the office from V-Color but I have been seeing coverage about them pop up for the last few years and the company itself has been around going back to 2006. The Skywalker Plus lineup features heatspreaders with silver or golden plating on them which isn’t new but is rare to see and always stands out so I’m excited to take a closer look and see how they perform. Let’s dive in.

Product Name: V-color Skywalker Plus DDR4 2x32GB 4000MHz

Review Sample Provided by: V-color

Written by: Wes Compton

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Specifications

Model Number Test

TO432G40D818CSPSXK

Series

Skywalker Plus

Capacity Tested

64GB (2 x 32GB)

Speed Tested

DDR4 4000 (PC4 32000)

Speeds Available

3200MHz
3600MHz
4000MHz

4266MHz

4400MHz

CAS Latency

18

Timing

18-22-22-42

ECC

No

Buffered/Registered

Unbuffered

Multi-channel Kit

Dual Channel Kit

XMP

Intel XMP 2.0

Heat Spreader

Yes

Color Options

Silver or Golden

 

 

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