Monday, June 4th 2018

Gigabyte Enters the Memory Market With AORUS RGB DDR4 DRAM

In a bid to further extend their AORUS brand to other PC-critic components, Gigabyte is putting the finishing touches to another line of own-branded PC components - DDR4 memory modules. The new DDR4 modules, marketed under the company's gaming AORUS brand, feature a brushed aluminum heatspreader with AORUS' characteristic logo. Some artistic cutouts give the modules an aggressive look, and the top of the heatspreader houses an RGB diffuser that allows the modules to light up evenly. Gigabyte's tease is only that - a tease - and the company has said the final product will likely see the aluminum toned a few shades darker.
Source: ETeknix
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11 Comments on Gigabyte Enters the Memory Market With AORUS RGB DDR4 DRAM

That's some beautiful memory sticks!

I'd buy them.
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cucker tarlsonChickens are decent people.
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Chickens are decent people
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~Technological Technocrat~
altcapwn Chickens are decent people
They are also very deadly.

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FreedomEclipseThey are also very deadly.

LOL :laugh::roll::laugh:LOL
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I spot two typos in the O.P. ;)
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The Exiled Airman
GA-nope- garbage rma
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Is there any other vendor, except G-Skill, that can offer DDR4-3200 at CL14 and DDR4-3600 at CL15 ??
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Nice looking heat spreaders.
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Gigabyte are tired of RAM compatibility with their Aorus AM4 boards being super sketchy, so now they're ending the confusion by launching their own RAM that's guaranteed to not work :P
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