Wednesday, May 9th 2018

Kingmax Intros Zeus Dragon RGB DDR4 Memory Series

Kingmax expanded its Zeus Dragon line of DDR4 memory kits, with the new Zeus Dragon RGB. The new module looks significantly different from the Zeus Dragon, with a polygonal heatspreader shape with RGB LED diffusers, which borrows some design ideas from G.Skill Trident-Z RGB. You have RGB diffusers not just along the top of the module, but also through cutouts on the surface, illuminating the logos. The modules support ASUS Aura Sync RGB software control.

The Kingmax Zeus Dragon RGB series comes in four speed-based variants - DDR4-2666, DDR4-3000, DDR4-3200, and DDR4-3466; and in module densities of 8 GB and 16 GB, making up 16 GB (2x 8 GB) and 32 GB (2x 16 GB) kits, respectively. For whatever reason, the slowest variant also has the loosest timings, with CAS latency of 17T, while the other three variants are CL 16T. You enable the advertised speeds at the click of a button thanks to XMP 2.0 support.
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8 Comments on Kingmax Intros Zeus Dragon RGB DDR4 Memory Series

#1
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Never heard of these guys before. They good?
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#2
Fabio
why zeus and not poseidon while the leds are clearly some wave and there is an image of a dragon that have nothing to do with either? wow...
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#3
blobster21
No unicornis shaped HS ? Worthless then !
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#4
jmcslob
They look like Trident Z's with wavy plastic covering the LEDs instead of straight plastic.
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#5
Fx
It seems that they didn't try hard enough to make the name catchy. They should have added at least one more word like Zeus Dragon Slayer. I'm liking this branding so much, perhaps one more word would do. Zeus Dragon Slayer Wizard. Yeah, that's it. Now it all flows and complements each other.
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#6
RH92
ZeusDragon .... #when one mythology is not enough to build up the hype !
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#7
AnarchoPrimitiv
let's be honest, the brand name is never as important as the components used in the manufacturing, so, as long as they use those Samsung;s in there, I'll take a shot on a fly-by-night company
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#8
BadFrog
jmcslob, post: 3839733, member: 67555"
They look like Trident Z's with wavy plastic covering the LEDs instead of straight plastic.
Agreed. But more like their RGB versions. Don't hate on my photoshop skills with ms paint :p
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