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GIGABYTE AORUS RGB Memory 4400 MHz announced

GIGABYTE AORUS RGB Memory 4400 MHz announced

by Vyncent ChanMay 22, 2020
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GIGABYTE has just announced the latest addition to their memory offerings with the AORUS RGB Memory 4400 MHz. While the memory run at a significantly faster than their previous AORUS RGB Memory kits that were offered in 3600 MHz kits, the new AORUS RGB Memory 4400 MHz are slated to deliver performance at a friendly price tag. Oh and it also comes with RGB, in case you didn’t realize it from the name.

GIGABYTE will be using Hynix D-die clocked at 4400 MHz and will sport decent 19-26-26-46 timings. The Hynix D-dies are optimized for gaming and are also apparently recommended for overclocking. GIGABYTE equipped the RAM with aluminium heatspreaders that are help to keep the memory dies cool while also complementing the design of GIGABYTE AORUS boards.

gigabyte aorus rgb memory 4400 mhz design

Above the aluminium heatspreaders is where you will find the light strip which can be controlled with the RGB Fusion 2.0 app, allowing you to synchronize the lighting effects across your system. The AORUS RGB Memory 4400 MHz are certified for both Intel and AMD platforms, ensuring easy drop-in upgrades for everyone. It will be available by the end of next month in 16GB kits.

Pokdepinion: I wonder if GIGABYTE will offer these in a kit with the dummy sticks down the line, like with the previous AORUS RGB Memory kits.

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Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy graduate. Strongly opposes proprietary standards and always on the look out for incredible bang-for-buck.