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Silicon Power (SP) released today the Turbine RGB DDR4 memory module as a prominent addition to their growing product family. SP’s newest release is a strong advancement into the constantly evolving but always growing gaming market.

As a well-known influencer in the storage device industry, SP hopes to make its mark in the exciting gaming industry with today’s launch. SP’s Turbine RGB DDR4 memory modules were designed to provide gamers with the most affordable high-performance memory upgrade.

SP’s New Gaming Direction

After 15 years of focusing on storage products, SP stretches beyond the previously familiar ground of design and storage to make a new name for itself in the gaming market for 2019. The series is geared towards amateur and professional gamers who want to play their chosen games at the highest settings while adding a beautiful detail to their personal gaming computer. Driven by the need to give customers the best gaming performance, SP takes the first step toward becoming a serious gaming market contender. With eSports gaming rapidly gaining popularity and mainstream acceptance, SP focuses on one of its core customers’ needs. The company is excited for a number of gaming releases to come in 2019.

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An Aesthetic Memory Module for Extreme Performance

The new memory module is a key combination of high performance with dazzling, colorful RGB aesthetics. Additionally, this memory module supports the RGB lighting control software of the major motherboard manufacturers. Extreme performance is protected by the memory module’s heat sink, an intense set of teeth that appear to bite into the mesmerizing LED display glow.

Maxing out at speeds of 4133 MHz with low 1.4V power consumption, the Turbine RGB allows users to play their favorite games at the highest settings with automatic overclocking. Smooth, high quality renders, animation, and gameplay during League of Legends, Counterstrike, PUBG, and other popular games is an absolute must for gaming customers.

With support from the leading brands, the Turbine RGB stands up to fully optimized testing to ensure it is fully compatible on most leading high-end gaming motherboards. This memory module supports ASUS Aura Sync, GIGABYTE RGB Fusion, MSI Mystic Light Sync, and ASROCK-Polychrome Sync. It is the company’s first authentic and high-quality SP memory module combining high gaming performance with colorful RGB display to allow maximum DDR4 performance without lag.

XPOWER Turbine RGB DDR4 Features:

  • Authentic and high-quality SP memory module combining high gaming performance with colorful RGB display
  • High speeds (3200/3600/4133 MHz) with almost no lag time allow maximum DDR4 performance
  • 100% tested for stability, durability, and compatibility on major motherboard brands
  • Dynamic thermal heatsink mechanism to prevent overheating
  • Supports Intel® Extreme Memory Profile (Intel® XMP) Standards
  • Supports ASUS Aura Sync / GIGABYTE RGB Fusion / MSI Mystic Light Sync / ASROCK-Polychrome Sync
  • Up to 10-layer PCBs to ensure stability and reliability
  • 4133 MHz QVL:
  • GA Z370 AORUS GAMING 7 + i7-8700K"
  • Low voltage of 1.4V for less power consumption

To help professional and aspiring gamers achieve the ultimate rig aesthetic, the XPOWER Turbine RGB DDR4 is the perfect addition to a completely unique gaming setup. Backed by a lifetime warranty and available in 8GB and 16GB packs, customers can trust SP’s newest launch will reliably match their unique gaming demands.

For more information on specifications and ordering, please visit the Silicon Power official website:

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