HyperX, a company with fifteen years of experience in the performance DRAM industry, have announced their new Predator DDR4 RGB memory today at CES 2018. Featuring the most innovative integration of RGB lighting on DRAM to date, HyperX has designed each Predator DDR4 RGB module with an infrared communication channel that keeps the lighting between each DIMM in sync for an unparalleled visual experience. The dynamic lighting effects on the HyperX Predator DDR4 RGB look really clean and smooth, with adiffuse material featuring the HyperX text logo covering the LED strip and running the length of the heatspreader. The HyperX Predator RGB DDR4 modules are powered directly by the motherboard DIMM slot, requiring no outside cable connections.
Right now, HyperX is working with major motherboard manufacturers like Asus and Gigabyte to ensure full compatibility and control is available for the HyperX Predator DDR4 RGB. Case manufacturers have even been tabbed to add control for the HyperX Predator DDR4 RGB, with In-Win providing control through their RGB software.
The promotional video below includes a nice demonstration of the infrared technology of the new HyperX Predator RGB DDR4 in action and you can get a glimpse of some of the beautiful RGB transition effects available on the modules.
HyperX is a trusted name in the DRAM industry, so it is refreshing to see them take this step and bring forth a new product that RGB fanatics can appreciate. The HyperX Predator DDR4 RGB modules with infrared sync technology are expected to arrived in the second quarter of 2018. Right now, details on pricing and module specifications aren’t available, but I am going to assume that HyperX will make several different speeds to satisfy user demand. It is always good to see a proven DRAM manufacturer step into the ring with competing brands to offer a new product, as it gives consumers more options. I can’t wait to see these HyperX Predator DDR4 RGB modules in person and see how they look in my rig, as I’ve become addicted to RGB.
For more information on HyperX and their lineup of products for PC gamers and enthusiasts, check out the HyperX website.