Inno3D Release High-Performance ‘iChill’ DDR4 Memory



/ 2 weeks ago

Inno3D Release High-Performance ‘iChill’ DDR4 Memory

In terms of outright aesthetics, Inno3D is one of my own personal favourite brands. My colleagues at eTeknix may disagree, but I like how they produce some nice styling to their products and particularly their exceptionally bright and vivid RGB lighting effects. That is, incidentally, coming from someone who isn’t particularly a fan of too many flashing lights in a system.

It is, therefore, great to see that in a report via Techpowerup, Inno3D has officially launched their ‘iChill’ series of high-performance DDR4 RAM.

Series!

Rather than a specific set of chips, Inno3D has provided types and speeds that will suit almost any requirement. With memory sizes ranging from 4GB to 16GB (per chip) and with speeds as standard as 2400MHz (well, for DD4 standards) all the way up to a blistering 4000MHz. All of which includes amazingly low latencies of around 15CL.

When Is It Out?

Well, as far as we can ascertain this is available to buy right now. The slight snag is that we haven’t been able to actually find it, so presumably, it’s on it’s way to stores right now! If you are, however, in the market for some fast and exceptionally pretty RAM, you would struggle to do better than the Inno3D iChill series.

This would especially look great if you have one of their graphics cards. Just a suggestion!

What do you think? Are you looking for a RAM upgrade? – Let us know in the comments!

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