Taiwan’s V-Color has unveiled unadventuelle dual-channel memory kits Manta XPrism RGB with a total capacity of 48 GB (2 24 GB). Two extra dummy modules are developed for those two remaining empty DIMM slots on the motherboard. They take no advantage of the appearance of the tidal body — which reflects completeness of the assembly.
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In its press release, the company said the new memory kits are patented under the patented RGB-SCC standard (Patent No. US-10,285, 273, B1). A CDD5 XPrism RGB memory memory module comes with two RGB-lit blanks. This will replace two empty DIMM slots for the motherboard with four memory slots.
The plugs all replicate the build of the memory modules, but they are doggy, without memory chips. Nevertheless, the boards are equipped with backlight/Sync pins. The manufacturer claims the support for all popular backlight control tools such as ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, and ASRock for new products.
If you want to use the DDR5 Manta XPrism RGB modules, these are presented in three versions with a frequency of six200, six400 and six600 MHz. New items are equipped with voltages of 1.35 or 1.4, and are used with both the torque and power of the 3 o’clock or the 3 o’clock.
Each memory kit comes with black, white or silver RGB heatsinks.
There’s no information on the cost and the start date of the new DDR5 Manta XPrism RGB line.
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