No matter you are a single-player gamer or a online gamer, all gamers have their own particular perks when it comes their favorite games. But what they do care is the need for powerful hardware!
The DDR4 Nano Gaming RAM overclocking memory module from KINGMAX is the best wingman a gamer can have! It supports Intel XMP 2.0 and can have 2 SPD settings so players can try more configurations.
Although DDR4 memories are not downward compatible with DDR2 and DDR3 modules, they offer more significant advantages. With higher clock frequency, DDR4 delivers a faster transmission rate; high performance with low-power consumption and low latency reflects the product’s eco-friendly features. Coupled with FBGA packaged memory die, the capacity of the memory module has also been increased from 4GB to 16GB to better accommodate consumers’ needs.
DDR4 Nano Gaming RAM uses high-performance, nano-grade compound as a thermal paste to rapidly remove heat from the surface of IC dies. The product is a light-weight alternative that offers superior cooling performance compared to typical heat sinks. Laboratory tests reveal that memory modules with traditional heat sinks can go up to 40~45°C in working temperature when overclocked. In contrast, memory modules with Nano Thermal Dissipation Technologies deliver significantly better cooling results at working a temperature of 38±1°C. The special cooling design on the DDR4 Nano Gaming RAM improves the performance of the memory module as well. Thanks to KINGMAX’s patented “Nano Thermal Dissipation Technology, ” the module has a lighter, sleeker appearance that reduces working temperature by 10% without extra cooling fins. The latest generation of DDR4 Nano Gaming RAM even comes with the option of data rate selection (2800, 3000, 3200, and 3400 MT/s) to provide enhanced performance and even higher speed!
To give back to the enthusiast market it started in, KINGMAX now offers high-end DRAM products are consumer-friendly prices so more people can experience the fun of gaming and the thrill of speed.