Apacer Reveal Thunderbird Series OC RAM

/ 4 years ago


Chinese DRAM vendor Apacer have unveiled some pretty unique looking RAM modules that will be part of their new “Thunderbird” series of RAM. Apacer will offer these modules in four different colours, pictured above – black, orange, red and light blue.  Each module is themed with a Thunderbird sticker over a heatspreader with some additional shaped metallic heatsink designs across the top. In my opinion these modules are definitely an acquired taste but they do come in a wide range of high performance speeds that are sure to please enthusiasts.

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The Thunderbird kits are available in 8GB or 16GB dual channel kits with 1600/2133/2400/2666/2800/2933MHz kits available. Apacer claim a unique 8 layer PCB design on these modules for enhanced overclocking. If you can manage to pick these modules up from a retailer that stocks Apacer then you can probably expect some very high pricing on those higher frequency kits.

Image courtesy of Apacer

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  • Skidmarks

    It’s been yonks since I last clapped eyes on any Apacer RAM. The last time being when DDR was still fashionable.

    • Matthew Humpherson

      Yeah I was going to say I have never heard of them before I guess thats why; DDR was before my time 😛

      • Apacer have been around for DDR2 and prior DDR3 for older platforms.

      • Skidmarks

        Apacer have been long time players in the memory market.

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