Antec tries its hand at DDR4 memory

Posted on Wednesday, May 29 2019 @ 13:12 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
TechPowerUp spotted some new products from Antec at Computex. Besides a CPU water cooler and new PSUs, the thing that stands out a bit is the company's Katana ARGB DDR4 memory.

This marks the company's entry into the memory market.
Last, but not least, the Katana series of DDR4 memory modules cater to enthusiasts who want an Antec-specific memory design in their computer. The Katana feature ARGB lighting, and a subdued-design black heatsink with Antec and 7 Series embossed in a "contrasty" white. These are served up in an 2x 8 GB kit at 3600 MHz, with timings set at 18-20-20-44 and 1.35 V operating voltage.
Antec Katana ARGB DDR4

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