Some people ask me why I like baking, and I often reply with the fact that baking is much more of a science, while cooking is an art. This is not to say good or bad things about either side, but baking is a lot more reproducible. It is why I can follow along recipes and instructions, because they tell me practically everything I need to do. There might be techniques I can change in regards to how I perform some actions, but I can get a generally favorable result if I just add the right ingredients and follow the instructions. On the other hand, cooking can be more subjective in terms of its instructions. Changes can be made on the fly regardless of what you may have done, which can alter the end result drastically. For example, if there is not enough salt or you want to add a certain flavor, you can add it in the middle of the cooking process or even at the end. My baking preference is also biased by the fact baking often involves sugary results and I have a sweet tooth. All in all, I think baking with the right ingredients and process will result in a good product. However, can that be said for other things too? For example, for review we have a Ballistix Elite DDR4 memory kit. While this is not even the first one we reviewed this year, today's Ballistix Elite kit offers a higher operating frequency at 4000MHz. We have already found our original set to perform quite favorably, but how does this Ballistix Elite DDR4-4000 2x8GB compare? With the already good recipe in our first kit, does increasing the RAM frequency make for an even better end result? Let us read on to find out!