HyperX®, the gaming division of Kingston® Technology Company, Inc., today announced the industry’s first memory modules featuring synchronized RGB lighting with IR (infrared) technology – the HyperX® Predator DDR4 RGB. HyperX has designed IR communication channels onto each memory module, allowing multiple modules to sync LED lighting and produce an exceptional color and pattern display. Powered directly from the motherboard, this patent-pending technology provides an enhanced visual experience of RGB memory for gaming, overclocking PCs and DIY system builds.
In addition to IR synchronized RGB lighting control, the Predator DDR4 RGB modules also support multiple lighting profiles when plugged into motherboards with compatible RGB control software. HyperX is working with motherboard partners to test and qualify the HyperX Predator DDR4 RGB memory with their control software, including ASUS Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion and MSI Mystic Light Sync. In addition, chassis vendors like In-Win are also adding features to support RGB lighting and control.
HyperX will demonstrate the new LED lighting management and expanded color and pattern display features on the Predator DDR4 RGB at CES, Jan 8-11, 2018 in Las Vegas at the Venetian Hotel, Tower Suite # 30-335. HyperX will also be showing and expanded line of gaming gear including:
• HyperX Cloud FlightTM Wireless Gaming Headset, HyperX’s first wireless gaming headset, with 30 hours battery life1, the longest battery life available in the gaming market.
• HyperX™ Alloy Elite RGBTM keyboard is HyperX’s first full-featured RGB keyboard. Customize your keyboard or individual keys by simply using the HyperX NGenuity® software.
• HyperX Pulsefire SurgeTM gaming mouse is HyperX’s first RGB mouse with Dynamic 360° RGB lighting effects. The Pulsefire Surge uses a Pixart 3389 sensor with support up to 16,000 DPI.
The Predator RGB Memory is scheduled to ship in Q2 2018. Additional information regarding pricing, memory compatibility and kit configurations will be available at shipping timeframe.UPVOTE