Gigabyte set to announce AORUS RGB DDR4 DRAM at Computex

Gigabyte set to announce RGB DRAM at Computex

Gigabyte set to announce AORUS RGB DDR4 DRAM at Computex

Computex is set to start next week, giving PC builders and gamers an opportunity to take a glimpse tomorrow’s hardware, with every major PC gaming brand participating in the event.   

AORUS, Gigabyte’s Gaming Sub-brand, is set to expand significantly at this event, with coolaler reporting that branded power supplies, cases and accessories will be showcased at the event. Aorus Gaming RGB memory is also set to be showcased at this event, offering support for the company’s RGB Fusion control system and ship in both memory DIMM and Demo “Dummy” DIMM versions. 

The image below states that Gigabyte’s Aorus RGB memory will ship in 2x8GB 3200MHz kits, which will ship with two additional dummy modules to fill up the empty DDR4 memory slots on most ATX-sized motherboards. At this time it is unknown if these modules will support RGB control software outside of Gigabyte’s RGB Fusion software suite. 

Gigabyte set to announce RGB DRAM at Computex

Gigabyte’s Aorus Gaming Corner will be located on in a VIP room on the 36th floor of Taipei 101, where Gigabyte plans to showcase equipment which is designed for eSports players and other hardcore gamers. At this location Gigabyte also plans to showcase what is possible using their RGB Fusion software. 

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