Silicon Power has added a series of DDR4 memory modules to its Xpower Zenith line of gaming PCs. Silicon Power Xpower Zenith DDR4 memory modules are available with or without backlit. The series includes models from DDR4-3200 to DDR4-4133.
The Xpower Zenith RGB backlight is compatible with the control system promoted by the motherboard manufacturer. The backlight diffuser is topped with a metallic gray aluminum heat spreader.
Modules support Intel XMP. They are available in sizes 8, 16 GB and 32 GB one by two. DDR4-3200 modules operate at CL16 latency at 1.35V supply. DDR4-3600 modules operate at CL18 latency at 1.35V supply. DDR4-4133 modules operate at CL19 latency at 1.4V supply voltage. Prices Manufacturer does not lead.
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