When Fast Memory Can Even Go Faster: Gigabyte AORUS RGB Memory 4400MHz 16GB

Gigabyte has recently introduced its AORUS RGB Memory 4400MHz 16GB kit globally. And if you think that your DDR4 4133* is already fast enough, well think again. This new memory module features a Hynix D die, which provides high bandwidth and high performance of DDR4 XMP 4400MHz under an 8GBx2 setup. The AORUS RGM Memory 4400MHz is spec’ced with a 19-26-26-46 timing on its dual channel 8GBx2 setup. This allows overclockers to take full advantage of its potential.


Shown is the Aida64 Memory Benchmark Results of the RGB Memory 4400MHz

AORUS RGB Memory 4400MHz 16GB is verified with both Intel and AMD chipsets, offering these platforms the best performance. It is the perfect partner for Gigabyte select motherboards with Shielded Memory Routing. The high bandwidth and high performance specialty of this memory kit can be fully utilized. As always, Aorus’s memory modules adhere to Gigatbyte Ultra-Durable standards, and have been tested under rigorous testing conditions. Furthermore, with the promise of a lifetime warranty, users can get everything right at one time and have nothing to worry about.

Also Read: GIGABYTE Intel Z490 AORUS Motherboards Announced

Aesthetic Features

The memory module features aluminum heatsinks with an anodized brushed metal surface, along with printing on top, creating a sleek, metallic look. The heatsink is chamfered so users won’t scrape their fingers when seating the memory kits.

Supporting RGB lighting, the AORUS RGB Memory 4400MHz 16GB takes it up a notch by offering a more fluid and robust lighting display. Exclusive diffuser and lighting effects illuminate the AORUS design patterns to give the memory sticks a more vivid and soft lighting glow. By using the GIGABYTE exclusive RGB Fusion 2.0 App., users can apply custom lighting set-ups for their components. By customizing the memory lighting along with motherboard and peripherals; users can showcase their own RGB style.


Gigabyte AORUS RGB Memory 4400MHz 16GB will be available at the end of 2020 Q2.

* the fastest DDR4 I could see from my favorite vendor’s listing

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