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Antec reveals their Katana series of DDR4 memory modules

RGB memory from an unlikely source

Antec reveals their Katana series of DDR4 memory modules

Antec reveals their Katana series of DDR4 memory modules

At Computex 2019, Antec has unveiled its Katana series of DDR4 memory modules, offering their users RGB lighting and sleek black heatsink covers. Non-RGB versions of their Katana series memory modules were also shown

Antec, who are primarily known for their PC case designs, entered that DDR4 memory market last year, where they have seemingly found enough success to continue their investment in the standard.

At Computex, Antec showcased 16GB dual-channel DDR4 memory kits which ran at speeds of 3600MHz with CL18-20-20-44 timings at 1.35V. Other memory speeds are likely to be released, though the manufacturer didn't release a detailed list of planned memory specifications. Pricing-wise, Antec's offerings are expected to be priced similarly to their competitors. 

Antec's Katana series memory is expected to release sometime in 2019. 
   

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