2017 is definitely the year of RGB everything! With that we’ve seen many RGB memory modules. HyperX brought their new Predator DDR4 LED Memory to CES, which features RGB lighting. These modules are designed much like HyperX’s Predator DDR4 memory, but they have a LED bar at the top.
To control the RGB lighting effects HyperX is relying on motherboard manufactures and their RGB control software. So this means that motherboards that have RGB control technologies such as Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion or MSI Mystic Light Sync will be able to control these modules. We were shown a demo using Gigabyte’s RGB Fusion software and we were able to select the color, change effects, and more.
HyperX plans to release 16-32GB kits with speeds up to 3000 MHz to start. Expect to see these modules sometime later this year.
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