In a relatively sudden transfer, Antec introduced its first reminiscence modules at Computex. The Antec Reminiscence DDR4 DIMMs are supposed to stretch Antec’s designs to DIMMs, rising the corporate’s income per person, however whether or not the latter are going to have an interest is one thing that continues to be to be seen.

Antec goes to march into reminiscence enterprise in a fairly critical approach with 5 households of DIMMs to be supplied initially. There would be the 1-series for system integrators, the Three-series for entry-level DIY builds, the 5-series/5-series TUF Gaming for mainstream DIY builds, and the 7-series for lovers. The 5-series and the 7-series reminiscence kits/modules from Antec will characteristic stylish RGB lighting, whereas the 1-series and Three-series DIMMs will preserve a extra informal look.

Antec’s DDR4 reminiscence modules will probably be based mostly on DRAM chips from varied suppliers, relying on efficiency and overclocking necessities for specific sequence of merchandise.

In terms of efficiency, don’t count on Antec’s modules to supply something excessive at the least initially: the 5-series (pictured) will high at ~3000 MT/s, whereas the 7-series will go greater, however don’t count on considerably greater information switch charges. Antec but has to finalize all the main points about its top-of-the-range reminiscence choices, however throughout our dialog at Computex, the corporate made it clear that proper now it doesn’t plan to compete in opposition to higher-end DDR4 kits from established gamers like Corsair or G.Ability.

Antec’s reminiscence modules will hit the market this summer season, however precise availability timeframes for every sequence remains to be TBD.

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