/ 5 years ago

kingmax spring

Since the spring flower season is almost in full bloom, KINGMAX has decided to release its new ZEUS line of DDR4 gaming RAM equipped with colorful heatsinks. Available in speeds of 2800 MHz, 3000 MHz and 3200 MHz, these RAM modules come in colors such as jewel red, cool silver and star blue, and they’re each quite eye-catching in their own way. As far as capacity is concerned, we’re looking at single modules of 4 GB, 8 GB and 16 GB, and since these modules can work in dual-channel, gamers will be able to install up to 32 GB of colorful DDR4 RAM into their rigs this spring.

Apart from the ZEUS DDR4 lineup, KINGMAX has also revealed a similarly named DDR3 set, which features speeds of 1600 MHz, 1866 MHz and up to 2133 MHz. All of these modules impress with low CAS latency, low voltage capabilities and incredible overclocking potential, and they can definitely come in handy for those of you who are looking to upgrade to Intel’s Skylake platform processors, at least as far as the DDR4 offerings are concerned. The company has also unveiled its new PJ-05 OTG USB line and cheap SATAIII SSD SMQ lines. The SSD offerings make use of TLC NAND Flash technology and are available in 120GB, 240GB and 480GB variants.

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