More Details Revealed on ZADAK Lab’s SHIELD RGB Memory
Bohs Hansen / 4 years ago
It has been about a week since we first heard about ZADAK Lab’s SHIELD RGB DDR4 memory modules and while the concept was very interesting, the information provided was limited at the time. Now we know a little bit more and we will naturally share our knowledge with you.
The patented SHIELD series DDR4 memory modules will fully support the latest high-end motherboards from Intel, such as the 100 and 200 series, but there was no mention of Zen compatibility for those who already think in those directions. The SHIELD RGB memory series will be available with speeds ranging from 2400 MHz and up to 3000 MHz. While those are some moderate numbers, the initial press release mentioned OC performances all the way up to 4000MHz. Package wise, the modules will arrive in single channel packages as well as dual-channel ones where the highest capacity option will be 64GB.
The RGB LED features are what really set these modules apart from other memory modules on the market, besides the pretty cool looking heatsink. The LED features can be controlled through the ZArsenal software where you can regulate the preferable colors and manage the LED flashing patterns, including color cycles, rainbow, and dash, to name a few. The best of all with these LED features are that you don’t need to run any additional wiring, the modules will work as they are with all that this includes.
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