Friday, March 25th 2016

KINGMAX Launches Stylish ZEUS DDR4 Gaming Memory

To welcome the spring flower season, KINGMAX has launched a line of stylish gaming RAM with a metallic look. Colors such as jewel red, star blue and cool silver are sure to catch your eye. The gaming community has rushed to test and evaluate the ZEUS DDR4 instant-cooling heatsink since its release. It provides a number of high-performance gaming RAM combinations with speeds of 2800 MHz, 3000 MHz and up to 3200 MHz and single module memory of 4 GB, 8 GB and up to 16 GB.

That amount may even go up to a maximum of 32 GB as it also supports dual-channel memory with a heatsink. At the same time, the ZEUS DDR3 line has also been released with speeds of 1600 MHz, 1866 MHz and up to 2133 MHz, all possessing overclocking, low CAS latency and low voltage capabilities. This allows gamers to survive system upgrading waves brought about by Intel's new generation Skylake platform processors by comprehensively satisfying all system upgrade needs.

Another product debuting in the spring season is the ultra-thin PJ-05 OTG USB line. It is extremely small with dimensions of 3.2x1.2x0.7 centimeters and convenient to carry. No more fear of insufficient storage space for high-definition photos on flower viewing trips. The PJ-05 OTG also supports two interfaces in USB and micro USB, allowing it to be used in combination with mobile devices such as phones, tablets, laptops and desktop computers simply by plugging in.

Now you'll be able to save all your beautiful memories with the spring flowers! In addition, with the memory stick price war reaching its zenith, we also debut the ultra-cheap SATAIII SSD SMQ lines. They utilize TLC NAND Flash technology and come in three sizes of 120GB, 240GB and 480GB. It is the basic hard drive memory stick that gives you the most bang for the buck, a perfect fit for the general public, students, families and personal workshops to transfer files at a discount price this spring.
Add your own comment

17 Comments on KINGMAX Launches Stylish ZEUS DDR4 Gaming Memory

#2
Prima.Vera
Wake me up when we have mainstream 4 or 5Ghz RAM sticks..
Posted on Reply
#3
jabbadap
King...What some chinese kingston knockoff or what?
Posted on Reply
#4
R-T-B
jabbadap said:
King...What some chinese kingston knockoff or what?
My favorite ram brand in terms of funny names has always been "Super Talent"

Talent is one of those things where if you have to tell people it's super, it really isn't.... :laugh:
Posted on Reply
#5
jabbadap
R-T-B said:
My favorite ram brand in terms of funny names has always been "Super Talent"

Talent is one of those things where if you have to tell people it's super, it really isn't.... :laugh:
Well Super Talent is US based company, as such kind of reliable and well known brand. Not that I have personal experiences with it's rams, nor are they any good.

Kingmax seems to be established 1989, so very old company from information technology standards. Might be big in Asia, who knows? But haven't really heard it here in western Europe, so mostly OEM brand maybe?
Posted on Reply
#6
R-T-B
jabbadap said:
Well Super Talent is US based company, as such kind of reliable and well known brand. Not that I have personal experiences with it's rams, nor are they any good.

Kingmax seems to be established 1989, so very old company from information technology standards. Might be big in Asia, who knows? But haven't really heard it here in western Europe, so mostly OEM brand maybe?
Oh I know I actually like Super Talent (at least, on the budget end). But the name... a US company should know better, lol.
Posted on Reply
#7
dreamer2908
jabbadap said:
Well Super Talent is US based company, as such kind of reliable and well known brand. Not that I have personal experiences with it's rams, nor are they any good.

Kingmax seems to be established 1989, so very old company from information technology standards. Might be big in Asia, who knows? But haven't really heard it here in western Europe, so mostly OEM brand maybe?
Kingmax is pretty well-known here, in Vietnam. Their RAMs are quite common, and their USB flash disks are more popular than Kingston's.
Posted on Reply
#8
AsRock
TPU addict
Hayder_Master said:
nothing new, same design as 5 years ago.
Was thinking that too, remember those kick ass Transend sticks for X38, although these look more like if they of a castle wall lol.
Posted on Reply
#9
Hood
Yes, I can almost smell the spring flowers, no wait, that's the smell of burning circuit board, cheap RAM is cooking my PC! Should have stuck with a reputable brand instead of trying to save a few $ buying cheap stuff... Really, Chief Moderator? -
"Now you'll be able to save all your beautiful memories with the spring flowers!". Oh yeah, now my PC can save everything with the spring flowers! I don't know how I ever managed to save anything in the past, with no spring flower thumb drive!..... perhaps the Editor should not attend any more Martha Stewart writing workshops, it's affecting his review copy!
Posted on Reply
#10
TheinsanegamerN
Hood said:
Yes, I can almost smell the spring flowers, no wait, that's the smell of burning circuit board, cheap RAM is cooking my PC! Should have stuck with a reputable brand instead of trying to save a few $ buying cheap stuff... Really, Chief Moderator? -
"Now you'll be able to save all your beautiful memories with the spring flowers!". Oh yeah, now my PC can save everything with the spring flowers! I don't know how I ever managed to save anything in the past, with no spring flower thumb drive!..... perhaps the Editor should not attend any more Martha Stewart writing workshops, it's affecting his review copy!
Did you fail to notice the "press release" tag at the top of the screen? The company wrote this, techpowerup just publishes it.
Posted on Reply
#11
Hood
Sorry, but there is no "press release" tag anywhere on my screen, and I wondered about the origin of this ad copy, since it is so fanciful, and I read it carefully. Press release or not, it still sounds ridiculous, and TPU is under no obligation to print anything that makes them appear that they've taken leave of their senses! Apologies to btarunr... but if I want to read about spring flowers I'll click on the Better Homes and Gardens website. I read TPU for hard news about new PC products, not flower arangements. Please don't waste our time with any more floral "news" - why encourage people whose best efforts make them sound like kindergarten children with crayons creating their first Easter card?
Posted on Reply
#12
Prima.Vera
Indeed is a crappy Press Release, but the Editor guy should put all of that crap in quotes and start with a simple "Press Release from :"
Done.
Posted on Reply
#13
EarthDog
Hood said:
Yes, I can almost smell the spring flowers, no wait, that's the smell of burning circuit board, cheap RAM is cooking my PC! Should have stuck with a reputable brand instead of trying to save a few $ buying cheap stuff... Really, Chief Moderator? -
"Now you'll be able to save all your beautiful memories with the spring flowers!". Oh yeah, now my PC can save everything with the spring flowers! I don't know how I ever managed to save anything in the past, with no spring flower thumb drive!..... perhaps the Editor should not attend any more Martha Stewart writing workshops, it's affecting his review copy!
Just wow....... that amount of 'clue' you have is lacking so much, it has its own gravity and is taking away from the overall intelligence of others in the forum.

Friend... "cheap" memory does not kill your PC. Get a clue.
Posted on Reply
#14
arterius2
I can tell that the original press release is directly translated from Chinese (word for word, probably by google or a dictionary), which explains why it's cringe-worthy. I can see how they try to be poetic in Chinese but it just does not work that way in English.
Prima.Vera said:
Indeed is a crappy Press Release, but the Editor guy should put all of that crap in quotes and start with a simple "Press Release from :"
Done.
Posted on Reply
#15
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
EarthDog said:
Just wow....... that amount of 'clue' you have is lacking so much, it has its own gravity and is taking away from the overall intelligence of others in the forum.

Friend... "cheap" memory does not kill your PC. Get a clue.
While I agree there are nicer ways to put it. :P
Posted on Reply
#16
Hood
Sorry if my sarcasm/warped sense of humor offended anyone, I did say "apologies to btarunr" in my first post. @EarthDog - lighten up, I was only joking, as a way of pointing out how ridiculous this "press release" sounds, and to point out that TPU doesn't have to print everything they receive, especially when it makes TPU look like they're endorsing this silliness. And don't take yourself so seriously, "whatever I am reviewing, whatever I am reviewing, Faster than most of you! Bet on it!" ??? (quoted from EarthDog's system specs). NOW I understand why you're so important.
Posted on Reply
#17
EarthDog
Frick said:
While I agree there are nicer ways to put it. :p
I guess I missed the sarcasm...

You are right though... pretty rude... :(

@Hood - my apologies. For the record, if I thought myself as important, I likely wouldn't bust chops like that.
Posted on Reply
Add your own comment