Wednesday, December 6th 2017

Inno3D Launches iChill High Performance DDR4 Gaming Memory

INNO3D, a leading manufacturer of pioneering high-end multimedia components and various innovations including the recent addition high performance gaming iCHILL Memory. Its introduction to the market has been very well received due to the various capacities that the iCHILL memory series offers including 4GB to 16GB at speeds of 2400MHz to 4000MHz and with ultra-low latencies up to 15CL.

INNO3D has done wonders with the iCHILL series over the last decade in the graphics department so wanted to apply the same principles, intricacies and devotion to creating a series of performance gaming memory with the ice cool touch. The iCHILL memory modules are equipped with a unique heat spreader design that optimizes system performance for smoother gaming experience with that extra kick to your PC.
The iCHILL memory modules are a perfect combination with any iCHILL's graphics card such as the iCHILL X3 coolers with the vibrant RGB lighting. The RGB LED's magnificent display of intensive hues provide a powerful visual cue for the gamer to be ready and play to annihilate, possessing our core message of being 'Brutal by Nature.'. The RGB LED's can be tuned by the gamer to heart's desire to any setting with a color scheme to sync with the gamer to become one with the machine.
"We have entered a new era of providing more system performance to the gamer and the demanding high-performance adrenalin junky" said Ken Wong, leading Product Manager at INNO3D. "Our memory products equal to a brutal gaming experience just like our graphics products and aimed to shock the gaming world with the high-performance and adaptive design".

Years of R&D has allowed INNO3D to make technological advancements, continuously pushing the boundaries and bolster their expertise in the graphics card industry. It has elevated iCHILL to a point that makes a difference for high-end gamers and design creation professionals achieving high performance with outstanding temperature control and at super quiet noise levels.
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9 Comments on Inno3D Launches iChill High Performance DDR4 Gaming Memory

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
years of R&D? :laugh::laugh::laugh:

All they really do is relabel stuff technically.:roll::roll:
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#2
phill
Adding RGB is years of R&D?? I must be missing something.. Although I suppose adding RGB does speed up the ram I guess.... :kookoo::kookoo:
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#3
randomUser
FreedomEclipse said:
years of R&D? :laugh::laugh::laugh:

All they really do is relabel stuff technically.:roll::roll:
They are talking about graphic cards, so i guess R&D paragraph is not related to DDR RAM in this article.
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#4
Object55
Funny, when you want your ram to go faster but instead he says - iChill :D
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#5
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Mayclore said:
We're nearly to the point where everyone's gonna be like "nah, I'll wait for DDR5", so expect fifty times more RGB and heatspreaders made of iridium.
Not even in the slightest.
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#7
bonehead123
perhaps they should just CHILL out on the hyped-up marketing techno-babble and just concentrate on making good stuff that folks can afford without sacrificing an arm, leg, kidney, & their 1st born child... geez, what a concept.... me thinks that's worth a patent application, heheheh :D :D :D
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#8
kastriot
They should make colors in light blue to add chill effect..
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#9
Arjai
quiet? I have never heard any of my memory sticks make any noise. IS there actually anything noisy about them, aside from those goofy ones, a few years ago with the buzzing lighting bolt crap?

Quiet memory, what a concept!:kookoo:
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