Gigabyte launches Aorus RGB MEMORY 16GB 3600MHz

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    The all new AORUS RGB MEMORY 16GB 3600MHz kit features a DDR4 XMP 3600 16GB (8GB*2) design. Users pairing the new AORUS RGB Memory with select GIGABYTE motherboards will be able to use the AORUS Memor...

    Gigabyte launches Aorus RGB MEMORY 16GB 3600MHz
     
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    Guess it will cost the same as 3200CL16, if not, awful specs...
     
  3. Dazz

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    I think they will be or slightly higher with the Arous Tax on it, from the specs they appear to be using Micron Chips which are quite cheap compared to Samsung and Hynix
     
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    Astyanax Ancient Guru

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    Memory that requires gigabytes garbage, unsafe, unstable, interrupt spamming software is memory i don't want to own.
     
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    DeskStar Master Guru

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    Man I guess I can stick with my two sets of 32gb 16cl 3600 @ 3800mhz T1 timings for 64gb's of amazing glory.

    Matched with an infinity fabric of 1900 it is pretty sweet to say the least......
     
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    Solfaur Ancient Guru

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    I can sadly confirm this firsthand with my recently bought X570 Aorus Master board. I ended up uninstalling everything gigabyte software related and disabled all the RGB in bios. The RGB Fusion thing almost bricked my board, as it wouldn't start anymore after I synced the RAM lights with the mobo's. Oh and that "Bios trough windows" software was not linking at all with my actual bios, any change I made in it would be overwritten by the other and vice versa, fan profiles, xmp etc.

    From a strict hardware point of view, Gigabyte stepped up their game and I am very satisfied by the raw performance, even the bios is decent. Everything else though "App center" related, horrible.
     
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