Gigabyte ships Aorus RGB memory

Rodney Chan, DIGITIMES, Taipei 0

Gigabyte Technology has shipped its first XMP supported DRAM, the Aorus RGB memory, with DDR4 XMP 3200 16GB (8GB x 2)memory modules and two RGB infused demo modules. Gigabyte RGB Fusion or RGB Fusion Link software allows users to control over five new lighting effects available only for DDR.

Gigabyte introduced its Aorus RGB Memory at Computex 2018. Aorus RGB memory modules feature aluminum heatsinks with anodized hairline surface. A standout feature of Aorus RGB Memory is the addition of two brand exclusive RGB infused demo modules for pure RGB illumination and lighting effects. This feature makes it unnecessary for the user to purchase a completely different set of memory modules with RGB functionality to fill out the DIMM slots of the memory configuration, according to the vendor.

Gigabyte Aorus RGB memory supports a multitude of RGB lighting effects with a light diffuser on the heatsink. All new light models and effects provides the user with plenty of customizability and RGB lighting displays to configure. For software, RGB Fusion allows users to customize and sychronize lighting effects while RGB Fusion Link allows users with third-party boards to do so as well.

In terms of hardware specifications, Aorus RGB memory enters the market with 16GB (8GB x 2) DDR4 3200MHz specifications. For current high-end PC systems, lower frequency memory setups do not take full advantage of the performance these systems are capable of while higher frequency setups can be quite cost heavy for many users. Aorus RGB memory offers a balance between performance and price to fulfill the potential of these high-end PC systems, Gigabyte said.