Monday, October 26th 2020

PNY Announces XLR8 Gaming EPIC-X RGB DDR4 3600MHz Desktop Memory

PNY Announced today the addition of the new XLR8 Gaming EPIC-X RGB DDR4 3600 MHz Desktop Memory to the Company's assortment that will deliver the overclocked performance demanded today combined with the brilliance of RGB lighting and unmatched style. Life today demands speed and performance in everything that we do. Whether for work, content creation, learning, or gaming - and we do game - the demand for speed and performance has never been greater and as such, to count on components that deliver this speed and performance is not a luxury but a must. Consider it delivered.

Winning in extreme game titles demands higher framerates allowing for faster on-screen loading letting gamers perform at their best. Faster memory means less bottlenecking for modern CPUs and GPUs that thrive off high speed RAM. The PNY XLR8 Gaming EPIC-X RGB DDR4 3600 MHz Desktop Memory delivers the required Overclocked Performance and supports XMP 2.0 technology to provide a superior gaming experience.
PNY XLR8 Epic-X DDR4-3600
Unmatched Style
Keep the heat on the game and the modules cool under pressure. The PNY XLR8 Gaming EPIC-X RGB DDR4 3600 MHz Desktop Memory is designed with our most advanced heat spreader yet which offers improved cooling and an aggressive faceted 3D geometric design. To keep any mod or system looking its best, the dual-sided 5x2 LED configuration housed inside a frosted light guide lens provides brilliant RGB lighting that eliminates shadows and dark spots. The RGB is compatible with major motherboards and is ready-to-sync with ASUS AURA SYNC, Gigabyte RGB FUSION 2.0, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and ASRock Polychrome SYNC1 for the ultimate RGB experience.

Product Specifications
  • DDR4 RGB enabled Desktop Memory
  • Built-in heat spreader
  • Frequency: 3600 MHz (PC4-28800)
  • Timing: 18-20-20, CAS 18, tRas42
  • Voltage: 1.35 V
Availability
PNY XLR8 Gaming EPIC-X RGB DDR4 3600 MHz Desktop 16 GB Kit (2 x 8 GB) will be available by Mid-November via our partners Amazon.com and Best Buy.com as well as at www.pny.com/shop.
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8 Comments on PNY Announces XLR8 Gaming EPIC-X RGB DDR4 3600MHz Desktop Memory

#1
basco
i really think its time we get this speed with "these" timings on 1,20volt
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#2
Turmania
DDR5, is coming next year, they will never invest on improving ddr4.
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#3
Slizzo
Those are some terrible timings. Unless this is dirt cheap I'll continue to stick with my G.Skill DDR4-3600 rated at 16-16-16-36. And this stuff wasn't even all that expensive either.
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#4
BArms
Slizzo
Those are some terrible timings. Unless this is dirt cheap I'll continue to stick with my G.Skill DDR4-3600 rated at 16-16-16-36. And this stuff wasn't even all that expensive either.
3600C16 Micron E Die kits can be had with slightly worse subtimings and much cheaper still, at least in the 32GB kits. They'd be my go to for a best bang for buck at the midhigh end.
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#5
bonehead123
If it's so "NEW", then why does it look so much like Corsair's RGB Vengance Pro sticks, and why only in 8GB size ?

Oh do tell pleeze :laugh:

And with DDR 5 just around the corner, why waste time/$$/resources on yet ANUTHA set of DDr4 sticks anyways "_
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BArms
bonehead123
If it's so "NEW", then why does it look so much like Corsair's RGB Vengance Pro sticks, and why only in 8GB size ?

Oh do tell pleeze :laugh:

And with DDR 5 just around the corner, why waste time/$$/resources on yet ANUTHA set of DDr4 sticks anyways "_
DDR5 is still at least 1.5 years away.
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#7
Sabishii Hito
basco
i really think its time we get this speed with "these" timings on 1,20volt
Pretty sure it's not electrically possible, otherwise we'd have seen it by now. Faster data transfer simply requires more voltage.
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