Apacer announced an all-new DDR4 desktop PC gaming memory with ultra-wide angle RGB lighting effects, built specifically for desktop gaming, overclocking and MOD enthusiasts. Designed with unique RGB lighting, high-class aluminum alloy heat sink, and based on high-quality memory technology from Apacer.
Apacer Announces NOX RGB DDR4 Memory Kits Announced – Compatible On Most Mainstream Motherboards
NOX RGB DDR4 uses high-class aluminum alloy heat sink and a mysterious-black minimalist style to provide extreme performance for gamers. Using Apacer’s memory module technology, their ICs maintain high stability under high-speed performance. It supports the Intel XMP 2.0 over-clock technology. These sticks are compatible with most motherboards as well.
Apacer NOX RGB DDR4 uses unique ultra-wide angle RGB lighting effects featuring exquisitely carved lighting bar with natural, flowing RGB colors displayed in full view. NOX RGB DDR4 is certified by the software of major motherboard manufacturers such as ASUS AURA sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and ASRock Polychrome Sync. The RGB can be controlled to match your other RGB parts in your PC. I have to say the matte black with the RGB looks quite nice and also provides a mysterious, sleek feel.
Speeds Up To 3200MHz – Up To 32 GB Packages
NOX RGB DDR4 has passed compatibility certifications of most mainstream motherboard manufacturers, ensuring that the product can operate stably on the motherboards listed on QVL. In order to cater to the different needs of all gamers, single-channel and dual-channel packages are provided from 4GB to 32GB, as well as four different speed range options from the 2400 MHz 1.2 V of 16-16-16-36 to the 3200 MHz 1.35 V of 16-18-18-38.
Pricing nor availability has been made available on Apacer’s website. The stick has not even been listed on their website. Pricing has to be similar to the G.Skill Trident Z RGB and other RGB RAM sticks to be a competitive product.
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