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ZADAK Announces the SPARK RGB DDR4 Memory

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ZADAK announced today the immediate worldwide release of their latest ultra-high-performance RGB gaming memory module, the SPARK RGB DDR4. Firmly aimed at the high-end PC enthusiasts and gamers market, the SPARK RGB DDR4 brings together powerful memory module, overclocking capability and top-notch design elements to form a valuable addition to the ZADAK DDR4 family that is compatible with high-end motherboards.

SPARK RGB DDR4 modules are available in kits ranging from 16GB (2x8GB) up to 64GB (4x16GB) with the top-end models running at 4133 MHz. Overclocking is made simple with XMP 2.0 support allowing users to select their preferred profile for stable and reliable overclocking.



The built-in aluminum alloy heatsink allows for rapid and effective heat dissipation, even during overclocking, allowing each module to remain cool to maximize performance and stability. In keeping with ZADAK's commitment to craftsmanship and original design, the module is capped with a brushed aluminum 'crown' complete with a jewel shaped RGB-lit cutout in the center. This unusual design makes the SPARK RGB DDR4 stand out from the crowd giving a more refined feel to the RGB lighting.

Dynamic Multi-Zone RGB
The jewel is the finishing touch on the five sections of the Dynamic Multi-Zone RGB lighting. With RGB zones also along the top, upper sides and upper corners, ZADAK has moved ambient lighting into a new realm. With a respectable 8 customizable lighting modes; Static, Breathing, Color Cycle, Rainbow, Comet, Flash, Wave, and Strobing, enthusiasts can easily take advantage of the vibrant and rich colors to put on a superb light show or simply enhance their gaming environment.

SPARK RGB DDR4 has full compatibility with Razer Chroma, Asus Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light, AsRock Polychrome Sync and Gigabyte RGB Fusion allowing users to control the RGB lighting, brightness and patterns with a wide range of motherboard software including the propriety ZArsenal RGB from ZADAK.

Motherboard Compatibility
Firmly keeping their users' needs in mind ZADAK's SPARK RGB DDR4 is compatible with Intel Z390 and AMD Ryzen platforms. Furthermore, ZADAK is a qualified partner of Asus, AsRock, MSI and Gigabyte.

Specifications
  • Type: 288-Pin DDR4 UDIMM
  • Series: SPARK MEMORY DDR4
  • Speed: DDR4 2666MHz (PC4-21300)
    o DDR4 3000MHz (PC4-24000)
    o DDR4 3200MHz (PC4-25600)
    o DDR4 3600MHz (PC4-28800)
    o DDR4 4133MHz (PC4-33000)
  • Capacity: 8GB Single
  • 16GB Single
    o 16GB (8GBX2) Kit 2
    o 32GB (16GBX2) Kit 2
    o 32GB (8GBX4) Kit 4
    o 64GB (16GBX4) Kit 4
  • CAS latency
    o D4 2666 C16-18-18-38 1.2V
    o D4 3000 C16-18-18-38 1.35V
    o D4 3200 C16-18-18-38 1.35V
    o D4 3600 C17-19-19-39 1.35V
    o D4 4133 C19-21-21-42 1.4V
  • Measurements: (W)13.6cmx(H)4.3cmx(D)0.8cm
  • Compatibility: Intel 100, 200, and 300 series and AMD Ryzen platforms
  • Availability: Immediate worldwide
  • MSRP USD$159.99 (8GBx2 3200MHz)

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