Apacer releases Blade Fire DDR4 memory

Apacer releases Blade Fire DDR4 memory

A year after Apacer announced the Blade DDR4 memory modules for the Intel X99/LGA2011-3 platform, the Taiwanese memory maker has released the Blade Fire DDR4 memory, which is designed for the Intel Z170/LGA1151 hardware combination.

The new Fire Blade memory is available in memory sticks with capacities of 4 GB, 8 GB and 16 GB, which offer speeds from 2400 MHz at 1.2V to 3200 MHz at 1.35V. The memory works with latencies of 16-16-16-38 clocks and features LEDs on top, which pulsate while the memory is working, thus giving a cool look to the entire computer system. In addition Blade Fire comes with black heat spreaders that are made of quality aluminum with matte finish.

The new Apacer Blade Fire DDR4 memory supports Intel XMP 2.0 and comes with lifetime warranty. The price of the new memory will become known later.

Source: Apacer

Related posts

Sony starts streaming the FIFA World Cup Collection to BRAVIA TVs and Blu-ray Disc

Sony announced that it will start streaming the FIFA World Cup Collection to BRAVIA TVs and Blu-ray Disc players across Europe via its BRAVIA Internet Video platform from late May. All current and prospective owners of a BRAVIA TV, BRAVIA Home Theatre or Sony Blu-ray player with BRAVIA Internet...

Monster demos new headphones

Monster demos new headphones

The US company Monster, known for making the Beats headphones, has introduced three new models at the Monaco Grand Prix. The novelties are now known as Diamond Tears, VEKTR and Inspiration and all three of them come with plenty of style and quality sound. Starting with the Diamond Tears...

Panasonic unveils Toughbook 53 semi-rugged notebook

Although the rugged notebooks are aimed at specific target auditory and are not very popular, the latest member with sturdy construction from the Panasonic's  rugged Toughbook laptop family, comes with a lots of extras that can be found in current generation "normal" notebooks, like Intel's new...

Leave a comment