Teamgroup says it’s new T-Drive Xtreem ARGB DDR4 reminiscence package is the commerce’s first to have a mirror design, though that isn’t absolutely true—Corsair equipped up a mirror finish on its Dominator Platinum Particular Version DDR4 memory kits (restricted to easily 500 fashions), and G.Ability’s Trident Z Royal RAM is reflective as correctly. The Xtreem continues to be a significantly distinctive tools, though.
It combines a mirror finish with RGB lighting. So do Trident Z Royal kits, nonetheless on the Xtreem, the RGB lighting shines by the use of the whole thing of the heatspreader, as confirmed inside the image on the excessive of this textual content. If the lighting is turned off, here’s what the memory modules look like:
Apparently it took some “ingenious pondering” and explicit engineering to achieve the seen affect. It moreover required “spluttering,” a time interval I not at all heard of sooner than. Primarily based on Merriam-Webster, certainly one of many definitions is “to make a noise as if spitting.” Color me enlightened (and a bit amused).