Product on Review: Apacer NOX RGB DDR4
Street Price: 32GB @ 3200MHz - $279.99 USD
Apacer are a Taiwan-based company specialising the development and manufacture of industrial solid-state-drives and consumer-level memory modules since 1997. Their largest audience is in the far-east but their products are slowly emerging into western markets.
Today we look at their latest RGB modules, available in a range of capacities, starting at 4GB per module and extending all the way up to 32GB. Speeds vary from 2400MHz to 3200MHz with 2666 and 3000 included between.
Helping to improve performance, Apacer have equipped the NOX RGB modules with an aluminium-alloy heatsink to keep temperatures in check and include Intel XMP 2.0 support for one-click overclocks. All DRAM ICs are meticulously screened for excellent stability and compatibility.
RGB Synchronisation is compatible with all major motherboard manufacturers with ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion 2.0, MSI Mystic Light Sync and AS Rock Polychrome Sync. This allows full control of the 16.8M colours through your motherboard.
Today were looking at Apacers top of the line NOX RGB, rocking a 3200MHz frequency at 16-18-18-38 timings.
Apacer on the NOX RGB DDR4:
The mysterious black and minimalist designed high-class aluminium heat sink, not only with great heat dissipation, but also showing the gamer's bursting energy instantly.