PNY gets into DDR4 with Anarchy X memory

PNY gets into DDR4 with Anarchy X memory

The US company PNY, which is well known for making video cards, has decided to get into the DDR4 memory business by releasing new DDR4 memory with the rather catchy Anarchy X brand name.

The new PNY Anarchy X DDR4 memory comes soldered onto black PCBs and features stylish heat sinks that have a touch of either blue or red color on top. The memory is exclusively available as 4 x 4 GB kits only that run at 2800 MHz at 1.2V with latencies of 16-16-16-36 clocks and supports Intel XMP 2.0.

The PNY Anarchy X DDR4 memory sells for USD 150 for a 16 GB kit. The memory comes with lifetime warranty.

Source: PNY

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