INNO3D Enters Memory Market with iCHILL RGB Memory Series

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅13.08.2018 12:09:17


INNO3D, known as a graphics card manufacturer in partnership with NVIDIA, is now entering the gaming memory market as it unveils its first ever high-performance DDR4 memory – the iCHILL RGB Gaming Memory Series. The new INNO3D iCHILL gaming memory will be offered in various capacities ranging 4GB to 16GB and at speeds of 2400MHz up to a high-performance 4000MHz. The INNO3D iCHILL gaming memory features ultra-low latencies of 15CL. The iCHILL Gaming Memory Series also feature RGB lighting that supports popular motherboard-based RGB control software including ASUS Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light and others.

“We have entered a new era of providing more system performance to the gamer and the demanding high-performance addict. Our memory products stand for a brutal gaming experience just as our graphics products and aimed to shock the gaming world with its high performance and adaptive design”. - Ken Wong, Lead Product Manager at INNO3D


INNO3D iCHILL Gaming Memory Features



Stunning RGB Lighting – The iCHILL Memory Series features RGB lighting that can be customized and personalized using motherboard-based RGB control software.

High Speed, Low Latency – The iCHILL Memory Series is available in speeds of up to 4000MHz and ultra-low latencies of 15CL.

Striking Aluminium Heat Spreader
Aside from RGB lighting, the iCHILL Gaming Memory also feature a highly-efficient and highly-aesthetic heat spreader that will fit any gaming or enthusiast setup.

Availability
The INNO3D iCHILL Gaming Memory Series will be available in the Asia and European region this August 2018. INNO3D covers the iCHILL Memory with a lifetime warranty. Learn more about INNO3D at http://www.inno3d.com/

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