DDR3 memories have came a long way since its release in 2007. While the main underlying design have not changed, we have seen manufacturers experiment with different visual concepts to to make the modest memory more attractive. Today the module we have for testing is a result form one of those experiments; presenting the Avexir Raiden Series DDR3.
Before we begin, lets hear what Avexir has to say about the Raiden lineup
Raiden series is, a high performance DDR3 gaming memory modules, using world exclusive patented technology of plasma tubes to mimic lightening effect for gamers who seek true stimulation and real excitement, also proves the product making philosophy of AVEXIR once again: “What we believe is how we behave.”
The kit we are testing today is the modest 16GB kit running at 1600MHz C9 with 1.5V.
Before diving into the pictures and benchmarks lets see what we know about the kit, straight form Avexir.
Avexir has done a lot of RnD as per their own declaration, and I must say the end result looks really good.
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