Apacer has always been known for cost-effective computer components and memory solutions and with the rise of the new DDR4 standard it isn’t a surprise that the company has announced their own high-performance sticks, the Blade Fire DDR4 RAM modules.
The new Blade Fire DDR4 sticks come in 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB capacities and are available in dual-module kits up to 32GB (16GB x 2). The kits feature frequencies from 2400MHz at 1.2V all the way up to 3200MHz at 1.35V with timings of 16-16-18-38.
The modules are protected by black aluminum heat spreaders coupled with a strip of clear read plastic on top that houses the module’s LEDs that can pulse at up to 44 beat per minute. The Blade Fire DDR4 modules also support XMP 2.0 and are compatible with Intel’s Z170 platforms.
Apacer has yet to announce an official release date and price for the new Blade Fire DDR4 RAM modules but it would be safe to assume that the company plans to price their new RAM sticks quite competitively.