Avexir Blitz MSI Gaming Dragon Edition

Avexir Blitz Gaming Dragon Edition

Avexir Blitz Gaming Dragon Edition

Introduction

Because memory chips are usually produced by a handful of manufacturers the quality and colour of the heatspreader is a much greater factor when choosing which memory to equip in your system.

The fine folks at Avexir have taken this to heart and provide an enormous range to choose from, including custom colours and LEDs. Their latest Blitz range in particular is tailored to specific products, and the version we have to look at today is aimed at the MSI Gaming Dragon range.

Regular readers will know how much we like the performance and aesthetics of the MSI Gaming range, so to be able to complete the look with some matching RAM is almost too good to be true. As you can see it perfectly apes the MSI colour scheme and design, meaning it is likely to find a home in many systems, given the extraordinary popularity of the MSI motherboards.

Avexir Blitz Gaming Dragon Edition     Avexir Blitz Gaming Dragon Edition  

Avexir Blitz Gaming Dragon Edition     Avexir Blitz Gaming Dragon Edition 

Versions

There are two dual-channel kits available, a 1600MHz CAS9 model in either 8GB or 16GB capacity, and a 1866MHz CAS11 kit in 8 or 16GB.

Model NumberSpeedCapacityTimingsVoltageLED Colour
AVD3UH16000904G-2BZ1MGDDDR3-16004GB x29-9-9-241.5VRed
AVD3UH16000908G-2BZ1MGDDDR3-16008GB x29-9-9-241.5VRed
AVD3UH18661104G-2BZ1MGDDDR3-18664GB x211-11-11-311.5VRed
AVD3UH18661108G-2BZ1MGDDDR3-18668GB x211-11-11-311.5VRed

 

In Place

So if it looks that good on its own, of course we have to demonstrate it on a MSI motherboard. The LEDs breathe, which is something that tends to divide opinion. We feel that as the LEDs aren't searchlight intensity it actually just provides a nice focal point.

Avexir Blitz Gaming Dragon Edition     Avexir Blitz Gaming Dragon Edition  

Avexir Blitz Gaming Dragon Edition     Avexir Blitz Gaming Dragon Edition  

As well as MSI Gaming options there are ones to match the MSI MPOWER range, and the Asrock OC Formula. Whatever you requirements you're sure to find a model that fits your needs.

Thanks to MSI for supplying the Blitz Gaming Dragon RAM for us to drool over. Let us know your thoughts in our forums. 

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12-03-2014, 12:16:37

tinytomlogan
http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...115002376l.JPG

Avexir are well known for their highly customised RAM sticks. We take a gander at some tailored to the MSI Gaming Dragon range.

Continue ReadingQuote

12-03-2014, 12:29:55

StaticFX
i just got wood. Thats about the coolest thing ever!

*cough* giveaway please!?*cough cough*Quote

12-03-2014, 14:22:22

cooperman
Please MSI stop puting flashing lights on everything...or at least give me a way to switch them off.Quote

12-03-2014, 14:29:43

notcool
You put Avixir on the video title just to let you know, they look good none the less.Quote

12-03-2014, 14:43:08

Dark NighT
Nice looking stuf, might consider those a replacement for my red vengeance ram.Quote

12-03-2014, 17:03:28

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by StaticFX View Post
i just got wood. Thats about the coolest thing ever!

*cough* giveaway please!?*cough cough*
Please dont let this start on the forums too.... Ill seriously ban people.Quote

12-03-2014, 19:35:39

Excalabur50
I don't normally like blingy PC stuff but I really like this Ram and TBH I'm not normally a fan of red either BUT I'm starting to change my mind with MSI's way of using it, it's really winning me over, to the point I'd quite happily put any of their gaming stuff in my own rig!Quote

13-03-2014, 05:26:35

ander01se
Looks quite nice, but... won't the 11 cl on the 1866 mhz just drag them below the 1600 mhz ones?Quote

13-03-2014, 07:00:45

StaticFX
Quote:
Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
Please dont let this start on the forums too.... Ill seriously ban people.
Sorry got excited (and if MSI was watching.. maybe plant the idea lol)

wont happen again...

Is there a price point and any word on availability (in the States) ??

Thanks!Quote

13-03-2014, 07:48:10

tinytomlogan
Quote:
Originally Posted by StaticFX View Post
Sorry got excited (and if MSI was watching.. maybe plant the idea lol)

wont happen again...

Is there a price point and any word on availability (in the States) ??

Thanks!
There is no news matey and sadly I wouldnt give away a memory kit. It would be a waste of time by our compo standardsQuote

13-03-2014, 08:23:59

StaticFX
Being 43 y/o, married, and a 15 y/o that gets the all cool stuff.. My upgrade budget is non existent! lol... Hes the one who got the gaming pc while mine creeps up on its 5th.. (6th?) year since an upgrade. I won a copy of Thief only to discover it brings my system to its knees. I get 100% cpu usage, 10 fps @ 800x600 , in the MENU! lol

So, since about a month ago, i have gotten into every pc contest I can find lol - I have actually won a few! (new Enermax case, new be quiet! cooler and PSU) so the more I win, the less I need to buy


But, yep.. I could see that being more work than it would be worth to do a giveaway.


(Side note: love your 'Orca' build - white pc builds are my fav)

Thanks!Quote
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