Saturday, October 7th 2017

Apacer Introduces the COMMANDO DDR4 Memory Sticks, up to 3466 MHz

After giving users the chance to have an M4-powered M.2 drive in the form of the PT920 Commando PCIe NVMe SSD, Apacer is looking to allow users to put even more figurative firepower inside their rigs. The new COMMANDO DDR4 memory sticks seemingly take a page from the G36c rifle's looks, which Apacer says "brings a real body blow to your opponents." The design "features a distinctive tactical rail which comes with effective heat dissipation. With COMMANDO DDR4 at your disposal, you will enjoy the exciting game play."

Apart from marketing talk, specs are pretty par of the course for DDR memory, with XMP 2.0 support, as well as AMD and Intel platform support. There are a number of configurations available, scaling in both clockspeeds and memory capacity, which you can check in the below table. Speeds for the Apacer COMMANDO DDR4 top out at 3466 MHz at 1.35 V, with timings of 18-18-18-42.
Sources: Apacer, via ETeknix
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14 Comments on Apacer Introduces the COMMANDO DDR4 Memory Sticks, up to 3466 MHz

#1
RejZoR
These rifle shaped products are so hilarious. I still remember that Gigabyte mobo that had rifle magazine shaped chipset heatsink. I mean, COME ON.
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#2
Chaitanya
RejZoR, post: 3735755, member: 1515"
These rifle shaped products are so hilarious. I still remember that Gigabyte mobo that had rifle magazine shaped chipset heatsink. I mean, COME ON.
Atleast its not RGB.
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#3
Durvelle27
Chaitanya, post: 3735819, member: 93474"
Atleast its not RGB.
It’s translucent RGB :laugh:
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#4
Mistral
Durvelle27, post: 3735882, member: 107186"
It’s translucent RGB :laugh:
No RGB, no sale!
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#5
Chloe Price
RejZoR, post: 3735755, member: 1515"
These rifle shaped products are so hilarious. I still remember that Gigabyte mobo that had rifle magazine shaped chipset heatsink. I mean, COME ON.
Agree. I had G.Skill Sniper DDR3 memory back in the day, those looked as stupid as these.
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#6
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Should of made it look like an M60 and call it 'Arnie edition'
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#7
StrayKAT
Honestly, I hate the company name more than anything. Just like I hate all Taiwanese company names. Even the silly gun aesthetics are better compared to that. :P
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#8
hat
Enthusiast
RejZoR, post: 3735755, member: 1515"
These rifle shaped products are so hilarious. I still remember that Gigabyte mobo that had rifle magazine shaped chipset heatsink. I mean, COME ON.
I can agree with you there. I'm not a fan of these aesthetics either.
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#9
Sabishii Hito
18-18-18 at 3466? What kind of crappy ICs are they using for these things/??
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#10
Fouquin
Apacer made some bitchin' DDR2 modules back in the Core 2 days. I've still got a 2GB kit of their PC2-8500 modules that'll do 1120MHz with the right board.
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#11
StrayKAT
I noticed they have a similar PCI SSD.

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#12
[XC] Oj101
Fouquin, post: 3736108, member: 157604"
Apacer made some bitchin' DDR2 modules back in the Core 2 days. I've still got a 2GB kit of their PC2-8500 modules that'll do 1120MHz with the right board.
I still have a kit of their PC2-9600 :D
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#13
Ferrum Master
Bad choice...

Okay... even if as a design... it should look like stacked bullet rounds not a gun. It even would work fine as a heatsink.

They fail even in the cuckoo design.
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#14
Athlonite
Sabishii Hito, post: 3736106, member: 85720"
18-18-18 at 3466? What kind of crappy ICs are they using for these things/??
Probably Hynix or Elpeda either that or the cheapest Samsungs you can buy and get away with these speeds
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