Gaming oriented memory almost universally uses Intel’s XMP standard, which is a factory supplied overclocking profile. This takes a kit that would otherwise run somewhere between 2133MHz and 2666MHz and overclocks it for you to 3200Mhz or more with tighter timings. This works great for gaming most of the time, but can be accompanied by system instability and sometimes outright incompatibility that comes from overclocking.
TeamGroup is going the other direction with the T-Create memory and using JEDEC standard speeds and timings to give you memory that will run on pretty much any system with no fuss, and no guesswork. AMD’s Ryzen 3000 and the current Ryzen 5000 series CPU’s are rated for 3200MHz memory, and Intel’s upcoming 11th gen CPU’s are expected to natively support this memory speed as well. If you aren’t overclocking, you can pretty well guarantee rock solid stability and predictable performance, exactly what a creator needs.
Check out the review over at PCTestBench