Style meets ultra-performance with Apacer's new LED-lit DDR4 RAM kits

Apacer announces its new Blade Fire 3200MHz DDR4 RAM kits with LED-lit pulse tech.

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Published Fri, Feb 5 2016 8:07 AM CST   |   Updated Sat, Aug 8 2020 10:29 AM CDT

With its new LED-lit DDR4 RAM kits, Apacer aims to inject a bit of stylish flair to enthusiast builds while maintaining ultra-fast performance.

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Apacer's new Blade Fire system memory configurations sport "heartbeat" LED's that pulse scarlet light up to 44 times a minute. The Blade Fire DDR4 kits are available in 4GB, 8GB and 16GB single-stick capacities and max out in 32GB configurations (16GBx2) with clock frequencies ranging from 2400MHz at 1.2V to 3200MHz at 1.35V, with tight 16-16-18-38 timings.

The striking-looking DDR4 modules are fully compatible with Intel's Z170 platform and feature XMP 2.0 support for easy overclocking, and maintain heat spreaders fashioned from high-quality aluminum with a matte black finish to ensure optimum heat dissipation.

Check below for the full specifications on each of Apacer's Blade Fire DDR4 configurations. The press release didn't mention pricing or availability, but we should see further announcements in the future.

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