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Inno3D debuts own-brand performance memory

  1. Inno3D, the Hong-Kong based company best known for its Nvidia-exclusive portfolio of graphics cards, has decided to expand its business interests and join the fray with its own brand of premium gaming memory.

    Marketed under the company's iChill range, Inno3D's RAM will come in DIMMs ranging from 4 to 16GB, DDR4 speeds of 2.4GHz to 4GHz, and latencies as low as 15CL. Putting to use its thermal design expertise, ubiquitously used throughout its graphics card line-up, Inno3D will equip the DIMMs with a unique heat spreader design to eke out every last droplet of performance. The DIMMs' heat spreader design will be enhanced by controllable RGB LED lighting (Asus Aura-compliant) for that extra level of customization.

    Inno3D also happens to offer a lifetime warranty on these products.

    “We have entered a new era of providing more system performance to the gamer and the demanding high performance addict” said Ken Wong, leading product manager at Inno3D. “Our memory products stand for a brutal gaming experience just as our graphics products and aimed to shock the gaming world with its high performance and adaptive design." We sincerely hope the so-called "new era" is one of cheaper DRAM.

    The first shelves to see Inno3D iChill memory will be Europe and Asia, says the company. In the US you're likely to find them on Newegg, when it arrives.

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  2. Uncle Al

    Uncle Al TS Evangelist Posts: 5,717   +4,050

    Yeah! We need more competitors in Memory and Graphics!!!!!
     
  3. Evernessince

    Evernessince TS Evangelist Posts: 4,184   +3,794

    Unfortunately they aren't a manufacturer of the memory ICs, which in turn means it doesn't affect the memory cartel Samsung, Hynix, Micron, and others employ. You can have a million RAM companies but it doesn't mean much if they all pay the same high price for the ICs.
     
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  4. misor

    misor TS Evangelist Posts: 1,397   +303

    We need lower prices. ;)
     

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