EVGA Enters Memory Market With Black DDR3 and DDR4 Modules
Bohs Hansen / 2 years ago
EVGA wasn’t happy with just producing high-end PSUs, motherboards, and graphics cards, they want more. The next region they are venturing into is the realm of memory with the launch of their Superclocked and Super Superclocked high-performance DDR3 and DDR4 memory modules.
The new EVGA SC and SCC are built with both black PCB and black heat spreaders, something I’m sure a lot of our readers like. The complete black design allows for a great contrast or simplistic setup in your system.
There are two sad moments in this news, the first being the phrase “unbeatable combination of price and performance”. That usually means that we won’t see any speed barriers broken and the specifications confirm that.
The DDR3 SC and SCC kits come as dual-channel kits of two pieces with either 4GB or 8GB modules and speed ratings from 1600MHz to 2400MHz. The DDR4 modules don’t go all the way either with just two quad-channel 16GB kits with either 2666MHz or 2800MHz clock rate.
The second sad news is that these modules are exclusively available at Micro Center in the US, at least for now.
The cool thing is that you now are able to build a system almost exclusively with EVGA components. Power supplies, motherboards, graphics cards, and peripherals were already available, and now the RAM modules were added. Now they just need to create their own SSDs and the setup is complete, flash drives are already available so it wouldn’t be that much of a stretch.