Apacer released flagship DDR4-memory BLADE

Apacer released flagship DDR4-memory BLADE

Apacer company announced the release of the new flagship memory modules BLADE. DDR4 memory type differs compatibility with processors Intel Haswell-E and chipset Intel X99 Express, as well as the effective frequency up to 3300 MHz.

Looking at the trends we can immediately understand that they are aimed primarily at gamers and PC enthusiasts. Radiators with high efficiency heat dissipation are the original form and design modules makes them stand out among other solutions. The series includes models with an effective rate of 2400, 2666, 2800, 3000, 3200 and 3300 MHz. Also, the support profiles Intel XMP 2.0. Kits are available with a total capacity of up to 32 GB (with the effective frequency up to 2800 MHz) and a capacity of 16 GB (3000 MHz or higher).

Apacer released flagship DDR4-memory BLADE

The new modules are now on retail sales channels. Recall, as the curtain fell last year Apacer also presented overclocking modules DDR4 Commando with the effective frequency up to 3200 MHz. It is interesting to learn their overclocking potential. A few days ago the PC enthusiast with an alias Toppc managed to subdue the frequency of 4350 MHz with a single 4GB module Kingston.

Apacer released flagship DDR4-memory BLADE updated: February 4, 2015 author: John Malkovich