V-Color Expands Memory Lineup With DDR5 XPrism & DDR4 Prism Pro TUF

[Press Release] V-Color and TUF Gaming have come together for a new set of DDR4 & DDR5 memory kits, creating the XPrism for DDR5 users and the Prism Pro for DDR4 users.

This collaboration has resulted in kits that boast an appealing aesthetic, proudly displaying the signature orange accents of the TUF lineup. Both the DDR5 XPrism and DDR4 Prism Pro also include RGB for added glamour.

V-Color Xprism DDR5 Prism Pro DDR4 TUF Gaming

Sporting the TUF and V-Color branding, these memory kits are powered by SK Hynix memory chips for the best performance and durability. For those who prefer DDR5 memory, V-Color is offering speeds between 5600MHz and 6400 MHz for 32GB(2x16GB) kits.

On the other hand, the Prism Pro DDR4 memory ranges from 3200 MHz to 3600 MHz, offering 16GB(2x8GB) and 32GB(2x16GB) options. This partnership will culminate in a November release for these memory options.

The diverse and feature-packed series will be available directly from V-Color during the initial November launch period, with distributors offering worldwide availability in the months that follow.

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