Tuesday, December 6th 2016

ZADAK511 Unveils Shield RGB Series - Cableless RGB DDR4 Modules and SSD

Remember Geil's EVO X? If you wanted some lighting phenomena going on inside your case with those DDR4 RAM modules, you'd also have to make do with unsightly cables, adding to the clutter of your chosen component holder. ZADAK511 has done away with those additional power cables, and now allows you to "pimp" your rig without them.

These two products were designed by the ZADAK Lab team, and ZADAK has developed a piece of software they named "ZArsenal" which allows the user to regulate the colors and lighting effects of both the memory modules and SSD, with a claimed nil performance impact on either. Details on the SSD refer only to its dual interfaces (SATAIII and USB 3.1, TYPE-C Gen2, updated from their Shield [sans RGB] series), while the memory kit's details are a little more scarce - we expect them to be on par with the companies' previously announced Shield line (sans RGB), which would mean at least DDR4-3000 speeds at timings of 16-18-18-38 (with 4 GB density modules) or the companies' top-of-the-line DDR4-4266 kit. No details on pricing for either of the products were given.
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5 Comments on ZADAK511 Unveils Shield RGB Series - Cableless RGB DDR4 Modules and SSD

#1
Vayra86
Use Red for extra OC potential, Green LED for eco-friendly and blue for extra low temps guys!
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FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Cableless SSD?? thats a first! I wonder if theyve patented it
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bogami
What is so revolutionary in a piece of metal and colored diodes, probably +30 C or more heating :laugh:
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ZoneDymo
bogami said:
What is so revolutionary in a piece of metal and colored diodes, probably +30 C or more heating :laugh:
nah led lights dont give off heat
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Caring1
FreedomEclipse said:
Cableless SSD?? thats a first! I wonder if theyve patented it
It makes no mention of cable less SSD's, only the Ram modules, in fact it says they are SATA111 and USB3.1C.
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