I have asked this question already on mathstackexchange but got no answer (see https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/1795795/kazhdans-property-t-vs-residual-finiteness) and it was suggested that I may ask it here too.

There is a theorem that states that a discrete group $G$ with Kazhdan's Property $(T)$ **and** Property $F$ (so called *factorisation property*) is residually finite (see *Kirchberg, Discrete groups with Kazhdan' s property T and factorization property are residually finite*), i.e.

**Kazhdan's Property $(T)$ + Property F $\Rightarrow$ Residual finiteness**.

For the definitions of Kazhdan's Property $(T)$ and residual finiteness see e.g. the corresponding wiki-articles.

I am wondering if some kind of "converse" is true. More precisely, I am looking for some property, let us call it

Property X, such that:

Residual finiteness + Property X $\Rightarrow$ Kazhdan's Property $(T)$.

Maybe there is something similar in the literature?

Definition for Property $F$ of the cited paper.

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