Apacer announces Panther DDR4 memory

Apacer announces Panther DDR4 memory

Apacer has announced new memory that complies with the DDR4 standard and that carries the rather interesting Panther brand name. The new DDR4 by Apacer comes with full support for Intel XMP 2.0 and runs in motherboards that support Intel’s Haswell-E and Skylake processors.

The Panther DDR4 memory comes with style – it features black PCBs and gold and black colored heat spreaders that have an image of a panther. There are modules with capacities of 4 GB and 8 GB but Apacer also offers kits that reach 64 GB of capacity (8 x 8 GB modules). Apacer Panther offers 2133 MHz, 2400 MHz and 2667 MHz of clock speed as well as latencies of 15-15-15-35 or 16-16-16-36 clocks but despite the high clock speed all Panther memory modules require 1.2V of voltage, which is in full compliance with JEDEC’s requirements. Apacer also says the memory chips inside Panther have been specifically selected for overclocking.

No word on pricing as of now, which is kind of sad.

Source: Apacer

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