Gigabyte launches Aorus RGB RAM at Computex 2018


At Computex 2018, which is underway in Taipei, each computer peripherals manufacturing company is showing their best line up of hardware. Gigabyte has introduced a memory kit named Aorus RGB RAM under its own brand Aorus, which includes RGB lighting

RGB lighting is one of the main reason, why the company has made a decision to produce the memory modules under their own hood.

In the industry, there is no specific set of RGB lighting system and each manufacturer follow their own standards, that is why memory modules from third-party manufacturers do not fit well with the hardware sometimes.

Gigabyte is trying to overcome this flaw, as the company has presented its own range of memory modules, which has perfect compatibility with its own RGB Fusion system, providing certain relief on buyers side, allowing them to trust the quality of the product.


These memory modules are 8 GiByte modules, having a frequency of 3200 MHz. The prices of these memory kits have not been confirmed yet. But the prices of the product will be found on the higher side, as the computer peripherals pricing is on the higher side currently. Addition of the RGB lighting and brand name Aorus will also add to the cost.

The company has not shared any official information regarding its availability yet and neither possible configurations.

At Computex 2018, we have also seen the launch of Asus Strix Scar 2 & Hero 2 which are a gaming laptop. Asus has also unveiled ASUS ROG Gladius II Wireless Gaming Mouse which can withstand 50 million clicks and has 6 programmable buttons. The mouse also has inbuilt RGB lightning and it’s DPI can be set up to 16000. The device also supports the latest Windows 10.

At Computex 2018, we will also be witnessing lot more interesting hardware from other brands and to keep yourself updated, keep checking the Computex 2018 updates on our website.