Tuesday, December 13th 2016

ZADAK511 Announces the Shield RGB DDR4 Intel 200 Series Chipset Compatibility

ZADAK Lab announces its state-of-the-art RGB gaming memory modules, SHIELD RGB DDR4. The patented SHIELD fully supports the latest high-end motherboards, Intel 100 and 200 series. It starts at a clock speed of 2400MHz, going up beyond 3000MHz. SHIELD RGB DDR4 comes with single channel packaging as well as kit of dual-channel one, and along with the highest capacity of 64GB.

It is overwhelming to know that with the software ZArsenal, you can regulate the preferable colors and manage the LED flashing patterns, including color cycle, rainbow, dash, etc. Full compatibility with the most recent Intel platforms, it works superbly with all types of 100 and 200 series gaming motherboards.
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17 Comments on ZADAK511 Announces the Shield RGB DDR4 Intel 200 Series Chipset Compatibility

#2
Hood
The heat spreaders look great, although way too tall, but I don't see the point of placing the LEDs down on the side where they can hardly be seen instead of on top. But maybe that is the point, you really don't want to see LEDs on your RAM, because you might end up like the 5 geeks in that picture, staring at hardware like they want to marry it...
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#3
AsRock
TPU addict
Made me think of transformers :|.
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#4
Chaitanya
hellrazor said:
Good God, that last image.
That is one weird photo to include with press release. Other than that the ram does looks good.
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#5
lZKoce
Not as cool looking as Trident for me, but second best thing around. The last image though....oh boy...
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#7
Blueberries
Chaitanya said:
That is one weird photo to include with press release. Other than that the ram does looks good.
Not really.
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#8
R-T-B
hellrazor said:
Good God, that last image.
I know right? You'd think they'd never seen a mobo with a stick of ram before...
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#9
lanlagger
good that it is Intel 200 series Chipset Compatible... will have toss out my other dd4 that I have used for LG 1151... but question remais - is it win 10 compatible (previously I used ddr4 for win 8.1 - obviously in the bin for those - now useless sticks)..... then is it dx 12 compatible..... then is it K-series cpu compatible.... then is it RGB ligthing compatible
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#11
Caring1
Most people will only see the top edge of the Ram, as mentioned, it's pointless having pretty lights on the sides.
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#12
xpredator_13
yup, so will the very first ddr4 ram module...what a need for attention...
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#13
EarthDog
What brand is this? I take it not sold in the US?
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#14
buildzoid
EarthDog said:
What brand is this? I take it not sold in the US?
It's Zadak511 they are a new RAM/SSD manufacturer that started this year. They are one of the few manufacturers to offer Samsung B-die ICs on their memory kits and they do actually do a lot of OC capability testing. As for availability I think for now they are limited to Asia.
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#15
sneekypeet
EarthDog said:
What brand is this? I take it not sold in the US?
It was a rep from Apacer who sent me the press release. I am assuming it is a secondary brand for them?!?!?
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#16
bug
s/gaming/pimping/g
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#17
arterius2
Last image:
"HEY GUYS ITS A RAM!!!!!"
"OMGGGGGG ARE YOU SERIOUS!?!"
"GUYS LOOOOOOK!!"
"RAAAAAAMMMMM"
"DAAAAAAMNNN"
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