Rainbow-colored RGB-lit RAM isn’t new in the world of computing. Companies like Trident have already bravely infused memory sticks with glowing lights going as far back as 2016.Gigabyte, which reported that it will get into the RAM business at Computex this year, is taking things considerably further. It is offering light-up LED-implanted RAM that doesn’t have any RAM in it.
Illuminate LED-Infused RAM that does not even have a RAM in it
So fundamentally, Gigabyte is offering its new AORUS RGB LED memory as a pack. Two of the sticks are 16GB (2 x 8GB) of DDR4 memory, yet the other portion of the package is two false RAM sticks that are made of a similar aluminum lodging with LEDs that can synchronize with the genuine RAM sticks. In any case, they have none of the functional memory bits.
The thought is that gamers who are hoping to finish their sweet, lit up gaming rigs won’t be left with empty memory slots on their motherboard deprived of LED lighting if they would prefer not to spring for an entire 64GB of RAM.
Gigabyte is additionally investigating the likelihood of simply offering the dummy sticks independently one day. That implies that there is around a 100 percent chance that somebody is going to unintentionally purchase an arrangement of pointless RAM to put into their gaming PC. Such are the penances we make for sweet, deceived out fight stations.
The Aorus RGB LED DDR4 pack will be out at some point in June for $229.
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