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Tomshardware's Review on Predator Apollo RGB DDR4-4500 C19 2x8GB


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The Predator Apollo RGB memory modules sport an aluminum heat spreader for effective heat dissipation. According to the brand, the design takes after a cyberpunk theme. It features a two-tone paint job with a mixture of black and silver colors and is carved in such a way that it exposes the majority of the LED diffuser. However, one thing to consider is that the Predator Apollo RGB measures 51.4mm (2.02 inches) tall, so you'll need to make sure you have the necessary clearance space for the memory modules, especially if you're using a large CPU air cooler.

As with any modern-day gaming memory, the Predator Apollo RGB is equipped with RGB lighting that you can configure to your heart's content. Software isn't provided for such purposes, but the memory is compatible with all the major RGB ecosystems, including Asus Aura Sync, Gigabyte RGB Fusion 2.0, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and ASRock Polychrome Sync.

Specifications16GB: 8GBx232GB: 8GBx4, 16GBx264GB: 16GBx4, 32GBx2
Frequencies3200 / 3600 / 4000 / 4133 / 4266 MHz4400 / 4500 / 4600 / 4800 /  5000 MHz
LatenciesCL14 / CL16 / CL17 / CL18 / CL19 / CL22
0°C to 85°C(32°F to 185°F)
1.2V / 1.35V / 1.4V / 1.45V / 1.5V
WarrantyLimited Lifetime Warranty
CertificationsCE, FCC, ROHS, VCCI, RCM, BSMI

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