CES 2018: HyperX presents the world’s first DDR4 RGB memory synchronized by infrared


HyperX®, Kingston’s gaming division, announced the industry’s first memory modules with RGB illumination synchronized by Infrared (IR) technology: the HyperX® Predator DDR4 RGB.HyperX has designed IR communication channels in each memory module, allowing several modules to synchronize LED lighting and produce exceptional color and visualization pattern.Powered directly from the motherboardthis technology, which patent is still pending, offers an enhanced visual experience of RGB memory for games, PC overclocking and system versions that you can build yourself.

“As a leader in performance and overclocking memory for 15 years, HyperX is pleased to bring to the CES 2018 and the market this uniqueinnovation on RGB memory.”said Kristy Ernt, HyperX commercial manager.”Synchronizing the HyperX Predator DDR4 RGB memory with IR technology creates a new way to experience RGB lightingon a PC and allows players and overclockers to further customize their gaming experience.”

In addition to the RGB lighting control synchronized by infrared technology, the DDR4 RGB Predator modules also support several lighting profileswhen connected to motherboards with compatible RGB control software.HyperX is working with associated motherboard producers, such as ASUS, Aura Sync, Gigabyte.

HyperX is demonstrating the new management of LED lighting and the expanded display features of Predator DDR4 RGB colors and patterns at the CES, from January 8thuntil January 11th 2018 at the Venetian Hotel, Tower Suite # 30-335 in Las Vegas.