Apacer Rolls Out Commando DDR4 Overclocking Memory Module

/ 6 years ago


Apacer has recently launched their brand new generation of Commando DDR4 Overclocking Memory Modules with the newly designed weapon-styled assault rifle heat spreader to display the aggressive speeds. The new series is tailored for the latest Intel X99 chipset and Haswell-E processors and the whole series supports the latest Intel XMP 2.0 standards for maximum compatibility.

All but one model in the new series run with 16-16-16-36 timings while the frequency ranges from 2400MHz to 3200MHz. The 2400, 2666 and 2800′ modules consume the default 1.2 volt while the 3000 and 3200MHz models consume a little more: 1.35 volts. The series adopts Quad-Channel packaging and supports different capacity combination of 16GB (4GB x4) and 32GB (8GB x4)


Apacer’s design team pointed out that they adopts“maximized capacity and flexible tactics” as the design philosophy of Commando Series DDR4 Overclocking MemoryModule, and have balanced maximized heat dissipation effect and brilliant appearance. Hence, this series provides stable and excellent efficiency for long-standing e-sports battles as well as an amazing visual effect of e-sports equipment platform.

Apacer-Commando-DDR4 specifications

No word on pricing or availability yet.

Thanks to Apacer for providing us with this information

Images courtesy of Apacer

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