Kingmax Launches Zeus DDR4 Gaming RAM at Taipei Game Show 2016

Kingmax is one of the more popular brands when it comes to budget PC components with their affordable range of RAM modules and SSDs, among others, and at the 2016 Taipei Game Show the company launched its latest line of affordable memory modules designed for gamers. The new Zeus DDR4 Gaming RAM features high-profile heat spreaders, overclock support, low CAS latency, low voltage, and dual channel support.

The Zeus DDR4 sticks come in several frequencies from 2800MHz and 3000MHz all the way up to 3200MHz in 4GB, 8GB, or 16GB capacities. The heat spreaders on the Zeus DDR4 modules are made of aluminum alloy and are available in three color options including Ruby Red, Turquoise Blue, and Stylish Gold. Additionally, DDR3 variants of the Zeus RAM sticks will also be made available in the same capacities but with frequencies ranging from 1866MHz up to 2133MHz.

Kingmax did not announce price tags or kit availability for the new Zeus line of DDR4 and DDR3 memory modules but it should be safe to assume that the kits will be given a fairly affordable price tag and will be available in dual-channel kits up to 32GB in total memory.