Computex 2018: GIGABYTE Launches AORUS DDR4 RGB Memory

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It seems like all of our favorite manufacturers are expanding into new markets, and well, produce just about everything these days. GIGABYTE is following this trend, launching their first AORUS DDR4 3200 MHz 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) RGB memory kit.

Although, RGB memory is far from unique, this memory does actually feature an industry-first. Each kit will come bundled with two “dummy” memory modules, in addition to the two 8GB modules. The “dummy” modules feature full RGB compatibility and prevent that awkward look of only filling half of your four RAM slots.

From GIGABYTE Press Deck

For full specifications, have a look at the slide below:

According to GIGABYTE, this kit should be available towards the end of June with a suggested retail price of $229.

Matt Ring (mdcomp)

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  1. MaddMutt
    The bad part.... I have gotten to LOVE my G.Skill 2x8GB TridentZ DDR4-3200 @ CL14. If the competition can't hit this speed, then it's to slow.


    That's some good stuff, there. But I may be a little biased... :D
    3200 CL16 is quite standard I can say ... but well, it has RGB LEDs so who cares about the frequency, I only hope it works with Gigabyte motherboards as they had a lot of issues with some memory series in past 2 years

    But really it looks nice. Somehow I think that availability will be limited to couple of countries.