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Apollo DDR4 Leads the Predator Memory Lineup


Apollo 64 GB (16 GB x 4, 32GB x 2) DDR4 4400 MHz C14, LED Lighting RGB Desktop Memory

In the gaming jungle, the Predators always rule. And the Apollo DDR4 memory module tops the Predator memory lineup with speeds from 3200 up to 5000 MHz. 


High quality components make a difference and the Apollo features Samsung B-die ICs, the world’s No. 1 choice for memory ICs for performance. With these top-of-the-line ICs, Apollo superbly navigates very tight timings at lower frequencies as well as very high frequencies. 


The Apollo modules work with flawless compatibility with Intel and AMD platforms, exacting the best performance of the CPUs to guarantee a stable, reliable performance. 


Designed for gamers, the Apollo’s unique visual identity reflects the popular cyberpunk style. Light up your jungle with the built-in LED-lighting which can be controlled via typical motherboards with RGB-lighting software. 


Interested in overclocking? Pre-programmed Intel XMP Profiles guarantee an easy Apollo overclocking experience: it’s just one-click to activate the XMP profiles in the bios of most major motherboards. 


Available with 8 GBs up to 32 GBs per single module, dual- and quad-channel options let the Apollo offer more memory options to improve your gameplay. 


All Predator Storage memory modules come with a limited lifetime warranty: you don’t often find that in the jungle.

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