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Kingston Shows Off HyperX Predator LED DDR4 Memory

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  1. btarunr

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    Kingston showed off its HyperX Predator LED DDR4 memory, featuring RGB multi-color LED lighting elements lining the top of the modules. At this point it's not clear how the colors and lighting schemes are set, but from the looks of it, these seem to support ASUS Aura Sync software. The modules feature soft-glow prismatic bars. The company is initially launching these modules in DDR4-3000 MHz speeds, in densities of 8 GB and 16 GB, and in dual-channel kits. It didn't mention pricing or availability.

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    I hope it can be controlled via ASUS AURA software this will make matching color with strix motherboard and peripherals very easy..
     
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    Watch video posted pn Bitwit or pauls hardware on Msi booth coverage. These rams are fully compatible with Msi mystic. Also from it does say the rams are compatible with asus Aura suite.
     
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    Moar RGB! Although, it is confirmed that the RGB feature of this RAM helps it overclock like mad. Depending on what color you choose.. :rolleyes:

    True story..
     
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    the one on the white bench case are using a aorus board, so they might be compatible with gigabyte spectrum,
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    Someone PLEASE make this fad die already!
     
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    God stop hating on it. Why does it bother you so much? No one is forcing it down your throat and making you buy it.

    Personally I love it. I love being able to change the color scheme of my computer on the fly whenever I want without having to buy new shit.
     
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    And to be honest, to add on to my previous point, the RBG lighting looks much better than just a solid color LED light. More vibrant and you can choose a better color spectrum usually with the software.
     

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