Avexir Raiden DDR3 has plasma lightening tubes

Posted on Monday, Mar 09 2015 @ 16:04 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Avexir shows off Raiden, its new line of high-end DDR3 memory with 8-layer PCB. The memory modules have a white heatspreader with a plasma tube on top that generates a lightening-like effect. I can't find a video of it so a picture will have to make due.

The Raiden lineup will be available in dual-channel and quad-channel kits, with frequencies ranging from 1866MHz to 2400MHz. The 2400MHz versions run at 1.65V with 10-12-12-31 timings.
Raiden series is, a high performance DDR3 gaming memory modules, using world exclusive patented technology of plasma tubes to mimic lightening effect for gamers who seek true stimulation and real excitement, also proves the product making philosophy of AVEXIR once again: "What we believe is how we behave."

These high quality memory modules are built for your confidence which passed 16 hand picked AIST (Avexir Ic Sorting Technology) processes and 14 memory module functional, burn in, and compatibility tests for Intel chipset 7, 8, and 9 series motherboards. AVEXIR built top level specification of Raiden series by using 8 layers performance optimized design printed circuit board and industrial grade resistors and capacitors. It is also featuring Intel XMP technology, you could easily setup Raiden series memory modules to rated speed with zero hassle factor.

  • Exclusive patented technology of plasma tubes to mimic lightening effect
  • 8 layers performance optimized design printed circuit board
  • Exquisite packaging
  • Support XMP
  • Hand picked AIST(AVEXIR IC Sorting Technology)
  • Golden Finger Protector
  • Avexir Raiden DDR3


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