After the release of the Zeus Dragon DDR4, Kingmax have been working on a new RGB variant of its Zeus Dragon DDR4 memory kit. A short video clip of the Zeus Dragon RGB was spotted earlier today, showing the newly designed heatsink and RGB lighting of the memory kit. Unlike the previous Zeus Dragon DDR4, the Zeus Dragon RGB more aesthetically appealing to most users nowadays.
There’s not much details available on the Zeus Dragon RGB at the moment, but it is expected that the Zeus Dragon RGB DDR4 is built with Samsung B-die chips which is known to have better overclocking headroom and better compatibility with AMD Ryzen CPU.
Despite its first attempt on RGB, the Zues Dragon DDR4 doesn’t seems to require any external cables to power its RGB LED like the GeIL Evo X DDR4. As for the compatibility with RGB lighting solutions – ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, ASRock, etc, it is unsure whether Kingmax is able to achieve result that is similar to existing DDR4 memory kit i.e G.Skill Trident Z RGB, GeIL Super Luce RGB Sync, Corsair Vengeance RGB, etc, but it’s good to see that Kingmax stepped up its game in the ‘gaming memory’ market.