Wednesday, June 6th 2018

GALAX Hall of Fame Extreme Series Limited Edition DDR4 Memory Pictured

GALAX unveiled its Hall of Fame (HOF) Extreme series limited edition DDR4 memory with a staggering speed rating of DDR4-5000. Featuring a gold-plated heatspreader, this 16 GB (8 GB x2) dual-channel kit ticks at DDR4-5000 with timings of 21-36-36-46, and at 1.50V. If that's a little too much to handle, there's also an identical-looking kit with DDR4-4700 speeds, with tighter timings of 19-26-26-46, at 1.50V.

There's also chrome/silver colored kit clocked at DDR4-4500, with 19-19-19-39 timings and 1.40V DRAM voltage, though it lacks the limited edition tag. Getting into the mid-range of this series, we find the HOF Extreme DDR4-3600 kit, with a similar design, but matte-white heatspreaders, 17-18-18-38 timings, and safer voltages of 1.35V. The gateway to this series is the HOF Extreme DDR4-3200, with 16-18-18-38 timings, at 1.35V, and a matte-black heatspreader.
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7 Comments on GALAX Hall of Fame Extreme Series Limited Edition DDR4 Memory Pictured

#1
Caring1
Those gold heat spreaders Le Sigh, I want.
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#2
Chloe Price
And I'm kickin' with 32GB (2x8 + 4x4) of DDR4-2400. :D
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#3
altcapwn
They're so so beautifulll.
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#4
Hossein Almet
Everyone jumps on the memory bandwagon these days. Apparently, there's good money to be had...
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#5
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Looking at "DDR4-5000" makes me realize that looking at DDR5-10,000 is gonna be weird.
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#6
Prima.Vera
I agree. The gold and silver design are just plain beautifull.
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#7
Blueberries
From GALAX's website: (Click for image)

Hard to read but the IC reads:
SEC 637
K4A608
5WB BCPB
JEC89618C
Translation: Same Samsung B IC's used in G.Skill's TridentZ and Corsair's Dominator series.

If the price was right I would definitely use these, the heat-spreaders are absolutely beautiful. Well done!
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