Back in January during CES week, Hyper X announced new Predator DDR4 which includes IR communication channels in each of their modules allowing multiple modules to synchronize their LED lighting. Today’s announcement simply confirms the DRAM modules are now shipping. The new Predator RGB uses Intel XMP-ready profiles and is available in one speed, DDR4 2933, and as 8 GB single modules or in kits of two or four with 16 GB and 32 GB capacities respectively. The uniquely synchronized DRAM modules have an IR sensor on it to detect the stick next to it. The master stick is determined during startup and is the module furthest away from the CPU. If the sensor gets blocked, the RGBs will be static. Hyper X implemented this...
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