In January, I won a Montech Air 900 mesh mid-tower PC case from a New Zealand online retailer: Over the weekend just gone, I transferred all my PC components from my great but ageing Fractal case to the Montech case.
Everything went relatively smoothly and it has a tempered glass side panel so colour me intrigued when memory manufacturer PNY Technologies announced it has launched its new XLR8 Gaming RGB DDR4 Desktop memory range into Australasia.
PNY says the XLR8 Gaming RGB memory is compatible with major motherboards and is ready-to-sync with Asus AURA SYNC, Gigabyte RGB FUSION 2.0, MSi Mystic Light Sync and ASRock Polychrome SYNC for an ultra-high quality RGB experience.
The overclocked modules provide ultra-high performance and a superior computing experience thanks to the aggressive overclocking, built-in heat spreader and XMP 2.0 support, delivering PNY’s fastest speeds, highest bandwidth and lowest latencies These in turn maximise PC stability and responsiveness during memory-intensive gaming and application use, says PNY.
Backed by PNY’s limited lifetime warranty and supported by live tech support, the XLR8 Gaming RGB boasts 3200MHz frequency and is backwards compatible with 3000MHz, 2933MHz, 2800MHz, 2666MHz, 2400MHz, 2133MHz. The memory is timed at 16-18-18.
It might be time to start blinging up my case, eh?