Apacer NOX 64GB (2 x 32GB) DDR5 6000MHz Memory Review
Peter Donnell / 2 weeks ago
Apacer is one of the leading names for memory production, having many of the fastest kits on the market, and a vast range of products to choose from. We’ve got their latest NOX memory in for review today, a high-end DDR5 kit with speeds available in 5200, 5600, 6000 and 6400 variants. I’ll be putting the 6000 MHz kit through its paces today, which features timings of 40-40-40-96, however, there are a few variants of this memory with timings of 40-40-40-80/40-40-40-80/40-40-40-96/40-40-40-84 available.
Apacer NOX 64GB DDR5 Memory
Available in 8GB to 32GB kits, you can build a package to suit your needs, allowing for up to 64GB configurations. We have two of the 32GB kits at our disposal, so will be testing this in a 64GB configuration. Of course, they come with all the latest luxuries you would expect, such as a premium alloy heatsink to keep them running cool, on-die error correction to ensure stability, Intel’s latest XMP 3.0 for one-click overclocking, and they use their meticulously screened DRAM ICs to ensure you get the performance and quality you would expect from a premium brand like Apacer.
- Aluminum Alloy Heat Sink with Excellent Heat Dissipation
- PMIC Becomes More Stable and Efficient
- On-die ECC for Greater Stability
- IntelR XMP 3.0 Support
- Meticulously Screened DRAM ICs
- Low Power, High Intensity
- QVL Compatibility Certification