DDR4-4266 and DDR4-4600
Kingston has released two new HyperX Predator 16GB high-performance memory kits with 4266MHz and 4600MHz frequencies.
Ranging from 3000MHz to 4133MHz
ADATA has released its latest XPG SPECTRIX D60G DDR4 memory that will feature RGB lights on over 60 percent of module surface area and come in various kit configurations and frequency ranging from 3000MHz to 4133MHz.
GAMMIX S5 SSD and GAMMIX D30 DDR4 in tow
ADATA has unveiled three new products in its storage and memory lineup, the new XPG SX8200 Pro M.2 SSD, as well as the GAMMIX S5 M.2 SSD and GAMMIX D30 DDR4 memory.
Up to 32GB per DIMM and only for select Asus motherboards
In addition to announcing 16GB 4,800MHz and 32GB 4,500MHz memory kits for Intel Z390 motherboards, G.Skill has also announced a rather interesting Trident Z RGB DC series DDR4 64GB (32GBx2) memory kits based on the "Double Capacity DIMM" technology.
In partnership with Asus and TUF Gaming Alliance
ADATA has unveiled its newest XPG Spectrix D41 TUF Gaming Edition RGB DDR4 memory which was developed in partnership with Asus in order to fit their TUF Gaming motherboards.
The 16GB DDR4-5066 Trident Z RGB kit and 32GB DDR4-4600MHz kit
In addition to hosting the 7th Annual OC World Record Stage 2018 at the Computex 2018 show, which led to a world memory frequency record on the first day, G.Skill also unveiled a couple of extreme new DDR4 memory kits at the show floor, including the fastest 16GB DDR4-5066MHz kit and the fastest high-capacity 32GB kit running at DDR4-4600.
Team MSI managed to break the world record
G.Skill is quite present at the Computex 2018 show and while it brought some impressive memory kits to show, including the first DDR4-5066MHz 2x8GB kit and the fastest 32GB (4x8GB) DDR4-4600 kit, it is also hosting the 7th Annual OC World Record Stage and the 5th Annual OC World Cup, where another world record was broken by Team MSI by hitting DDR4-5543 on LN2.
Also has dummy modules for extra RGB bling
Gigabyte has decided to expand its product portfolio and go for the memory market with its newest Aorus RGB DDR4 memory.
With a hybrid liquid-air heatsink
ADATA has pushed its XPG Spectrix DDR4 line of memory kits to a whole new level with the new D80 modules which will be available with frequencies of up to 5,000MHz and use a unique hybrid liquid-air heatsink.
Coming in 8GB and 16GB modules and up to 3,000MHz
Crucial has unveiled its latest Ballistix DDR4 memory modules and kits, which will offer RGB LEDs and come in module capacities of 8GB and 16GB with frequencies of up to 3,000MHz.