KINGMAX Semiconductor Inc. announces the latest gaming series of memory and solid-state drive (SSD) products for COMPUTEX 2018, fulfilling the need of gamers and users for performance enhancement. With their adoption of the up-to-date 3D NAND stacking technology, the new series delivers larger capacities, higher stability and better performance than those with the traditional planar 2D NAND chips. The newly launched Zeus Dragon DDR4 Gaming Series products include DDR4 RGB gaming RAM(2666-3466MHz) along with the exceptionally fast PX-3480 M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe Gen3X4 SSD, offering the best solution for storage upgrade to the burgeoning competitive gaming trend in the market, and the associated demand for upgraded computer performance.
Now, everyone can enjoy gaming with blazing speed. The recently rolled-out series, Zeus Dragon DDR4 RGB Gaming and Overclocking RAM, comes in large capacities of 8GB and 16GB, and is available in the speeds of 2666, 3000, 3200, and 3466MHz. Moreover, the RGB LEDs offer a variety of lighting effects, and compatible motherboards with synchronization software can even create customized lighting effects and displaying unique, personal styles. In addition, all KINGMAX memory series provide three guarantees: high reliability, high durability, and high compatibility.
M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe SSD Gen3x4–PX3480
The new PX3480 M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe Gen3X4 SSD unveiled this month is the perfect solution for workers or gamers who seek blazing speed. The KINGMAX PX3480 M.2 PCIe SSD adopts original high-quality IC ships with 3D NAND stacking technology and delivers stability, durability, and high compatibility. The SLC caching and DRAM cache buffer technologies enable faster data transmission and processing speeds. Moreover, the advanced LDPC ECC error-correction technology ensures the accuracy and reliability of data. In addition, the wear leveling technologies of the RAID engine and data shaping also assist in the data integration and accuracy as well as extend the SSD’s service life.
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