V-Color and MSI Unveil 8400MHz Manta DDR5 XFinity MPOWER

Incredibly Fast Memory From V-Color!

[Press Release] The DDR5 Manta XFinity MPOWER is a result of R&D efforts from two tech giants. V-Color and MSI have created this incredibly fast DDR5 memory, leaving plenty of headroom for overclocking.

To keep the DDR5 memory cool and running fast at all times, V-Color has equipped it with a heatsink to take care of heat dissipation. Apart from the technical excellence, this DDR5 memory boasts a sleek design.

Fans of customizable RGBs will also find 16 LEDs for maximum personalization.

DDR5 Manta XFinity MPower 8400MHz
DDR5 Manta XFinity MPower Running On the MSI MPOWER motherboard

When paired with MSI motherboards, V-Color has been able to achieve speeds up to 8400MHz in a 2x24GB CL-40-52-52-130 configuration.

Speeds like 8200MHz were also noted in capacities of 32GB(2x16GB). V-Color confirms that the memory will be launched soon in three different configurations, coming after the release of the XFinity series.

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