- About the AORUS 16GB 3200MHz RGB Memory kits...
- Testing Setup and Method
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The emphasis was on the RGB, but the key selling point is the Samsung B-die chips with out-of-the-box 3200MHz.
The LED effect is seamless and they’re not too bright which is a good thing as other components have a fair share of RGB LEDs to vomit through the sidepanels. Unless other memory makers decide to mention and guarantee specific sorted and tested chips, the purpose of purchasing premium RAMs is limited to stock speed and aesthetics. Its good to see one product (so far) from its newer product portfolio to look beyond RGB.
It is a very specific memory kit for people with very specific requirements like many RGB kits. These are customisable LED strips with a couple of dummy kits. The only possible kit (specs and visual-ish) that can be comparable would be the GSkill Trident-Z RGB series.
- Native 3200MHz profile out-of-the-box
- Dummy kits with addressable RGB
- Samsung B-Die
- Not sold without RGB dummy modules
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