Thursday, February 4th 2016

Apacer Announces the Blade Fire DDR4-3200 32GB Memory

Apacer is pleased to announce its groundbreaking achievement in DDR history, BLADE FIRE DDR4 with heartbeat LED, perfectly for gaming, overclocking, and M.O.D enthusiasts. It is astonishing to see speed at 3200 MHz with LED pulsing at 44 beats per minute yet it is still consuming low voltage at 1.35V. It is compatible with Intel Z170 platforms, providing unprecedented performance and energy-saving efficiency. Backed by the world's best technology in industrial memory module and storage, BLADE FIRE DDR4 makes users on fire in the gaming/ overclocking star-war.

The world-class BLADE FIRE DDR4 is an advanced generation of Blade DDR4 which was published in Feb 2015, featured a sensational armory design on heat spreader as well as LED lights heartbeat effect. The meticulously screened ICs allow the optimized stability and compatibility while playing in the heavy workload games. BLADE FIRE is available in 4 GB, 8 GB, and 16 GB capacities in dual-module package and comes equipped with total capacity of 32 GB (16 GB x2). The fastest memory kit available is clocked at 3200 MHz, and BLADE FIRE kits are ranged in four different clock speeds from 2400 MHz 1.2V to 3200 MHz 1.35V with 16-16-18-38. The XMP 2.0 support for simple overclocking setup delivers instant top-level performance for motherboards with Intel's 100 Series. Not only low latency for outstanding DDR4 performance but also lower power consumption with less heat and higher reliability provides users the fastest speeds and the highest stability when it comes to gaming and overclocking.

The heartbeat LED on top edge of the module undoubtedly brings out the spirit of BLADE FIRE, to win and shine powerfully on battlefield as every beat embodies the enhancing HP(health point). The four modules altogether on motherboard show various LED light patterns, just like a battling saber on fire in the battleground. The design truly adds some serious bling which offers the users gimmicks to show off while meeting their needs with respect to exceptional functionality.

When speaking of the design of BLADE FIRE, the black heat spreader is made from quality aluminum material with matte finish. The metallic silver saber in the middle shows an aggressive look of a gaming memory module. On top edge the serration part of a saber as well as shank at the rear displays an asymmetrical design which presenting an extreme aesthetics.

With distinguished speed and stability as well as a stylish design of LED light saber on motherboard, BLADE FIRE allows users to experience the most enjoyable and exciting game play ever. If you're looking for the fastest and coolest memory module available, BLADE FIRE is the one and only you have to look at. Feel the supremacy and prominence of Apacer BLADE FIRE.
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15 Comments on Apacer Announces the Blade Fire DDR4-3200 32GB Memory

#1
Sp33d Junki3
This has been the best looking ram I ever seen.
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#2
ZoneDymo
bit too high, but looks nice for the rest
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#4
GhostRyder
This ram...Now that is some seriously good looking ram!!! Heck I want a set to go with my MSI board!!!
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#5
Hood
A few years ago nobody ever looked at their RAM, except maybe to see what brand of chips it's made of. Now it's all about the bling factor, and performance is a secondary consideration. I like a decent looking heat spreader, but LED lights are too much - when the LEDs burn out, do you keep using them, or RMA the damn things even though they still run fine? This, and other first-world problems, like "if I change my system's LED color scheme, do I buy new LED RAM in the new color, or just go rainbow and hope it looks good?", and "my red LED RAM clashes with my new RGB case lighting, what should I do?". I'll avoid these problems and keep buying my RAM according to the chips used, and not by how it looks...
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#6
the54thvoid
Flashy bling bling but I'll spoil it for all of you by drawing attention to the awful silver colour screws protruding like an Nvidia demo day.
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#7
Chaitanya
Hood said:
A few years ago nobody ever looked at their RAM, except maybe to see what brand of chips it's made of. Now it's all about the bling factor, and performance is a secondary consideration. I like a decent looking heat spreader, but LED lights are too much - when the LEDs burn out, do you keep using them, or RMA the damn things even though they still run fine? This, and other first-world problems, like "if I change my system's LED color scheme, do I buy new LED RAM in the new color, or just go rainbow and hope it looks good?", and "my red LED RAM clashes with my new RGB case lighting, what should I do?". I'll avoid these problems and keep buying my RAM according to the chips used, and not by how it looks...
Corsair, and Crucial had LED RAMs since the days of DDR1. Although compared to todays rams sure they were ugle and had all the RGB lights.
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#8
[502]
Now where do I put those Ballistix Tracer...
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#9
jmcslob
My first thought was, wow those look great on that mobo...but why would you use the stock cooler?...
And then it occurred to me as to why...
They be tall...looks like these would compliment a nice H2o kit.
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#10
9700 Pro
How much extra FPS does that lighting give? :rolleyes:

Well, it's nice always to see something different, but does every component need to have LEDs on them..?
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#11
Prima.Vera
So let's see:
DDR was 400Mhz cheap mainstream
DDR2 was 800Mhz cheap mainstream
DDR3 was (is) 1600Mhz cheapest mainstream
DDR4 is 3200Mhz very expensive enthusiasts???

what gives?!???
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#12
Cybrnook2002
Prima.Vera said:
So let's see:
DDR was 400Mhz cheap mainstream
DDR2 was 800Mhz cheap mainstream
DDR3 was (is) 1600Mhz cheapest mainstream
DDR4 is 3200Mhz very expensive enthusiasts???

what gives?!???
Because DDR4 is 2133 (standard) not 3200.
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#13
9700 Pro
Well, those weren't the starting speeds of previous generations, more like fastest mainstream speeds. I'm sure that DDR4-3200's price will drop to equilent what DDR3-1600 is now.
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#14
jmcslob
Eh...Anyone remember 800Mhz and 1066Mhz DDR3?...Back when OCZ made those nice Gold and Chrome sticks?
Then 1333Mhz became the Standard...We are ending with 1600Mhz as the mainstream standard...
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#15
9700 Pro
Like DDR was 200 -> 266 -> 333 and DDR2 was 400 -> 533 -> 667 before the PC-3200 and PC2-6400 became standards.
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