Gigabyte Aorus RGB Memory Review (First!?!)

We tested and reviewed Gigabyte’s first memory kit, the Aorus RGB Memory 3200MHz kit (16GB, CL16, Estimated retail price ~230 USD/EUR) with Samsung B-Die ICs, RGB, and most importantly: with two RGB dummy modules to make this 16GB kit look like a proper four-piece RGB fest, fixing one of the largest problems with RGB memory: having to spend a fortune on 32GB memory you might not need.

Update: Gigabyte says that the versions shipping out to stores now -are- in fact compatible with the boards we mentioned. Something we should be able to test ourselves in the coming days! 🙂

Written review is on our website:

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Disclosure: This memory kit was temporarily provided by Gigabyte. No financial compensation was given for this review nor did Gigabyte get a damn say about anything in this damn video 😀

Full system specs:
Case – NZXT H700i
Cooler – NZXT Kraken X62
Motherboard – Gigabyte Aorus Z370 Gaming 7
CPU – Intel Core i7-8700K
GPU – Gigabyte Aorus Geforce GTX 1080 Ti Xtreme
RAM – Gigabyte Aorus RGB Memory 3200MHz (really?)
PSU – Seasonic Prime Platinum 650W
SSD – Samsung 860 EVO 1TB
Fans – NZXT Aer RGB

Music: JJD – Adventure
Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds.
Props to this guy btw, awesome tunes.


fleddo1985 says:

Well done with the video. You could improve the video(s) if you use a solid intro/outra which defines techtester on each video published. Keep up the great work!

Alienhunter 1970 says:

Too bad the Aorus logo doesnt have rgb, it should have

Stuart Tonks says:

Why does you aid64 latency benchmark have so many of the same kits duplicated? Can’t just use an average? I thought you had like 30 different ram kits tested but its only like 6 :p

TechTesters says:

Update: We were told that all the memory kits shipping out to stores right now should be 100% compatible with the boards we mentioned, and in fact most (if not all, I suppose there is always a chance) boards of other manufacturers. We’ll update as soon as we’ve tried them, but if you got your hands on this kit, let us know which motherboard you’re using it on! 🙂

Ivan Šimunović says:

that ram works on the motherboard Aorus x470 Gaming Wifi 7?

Shamsul Aswad Sulaiman says:

Im wondering if msi mystic or asus aura would control the led lights also

M.M Live says:

when is release date

Captain Picard says:

Video hype, cant complain if this becomes a common occurrence.

machack95 says:

I can’t find this RAM for sale anywhere!?

D.R DEAD says:

which would be best ram this or corsair vengeance rgb ram

Maximus Heronimus says:

Hiya ! been a frequent reader of your page and your own site, no subscribed to your youtube channel !

Jochem Does says:

Really nice! Would love to see more of you guys!

HaRD2BeLieVe says:

Great video and review may I know the name of the fan RGB you using thank you

machack95 says:

New viewer here, I feel the look of these bad boys would go great with the Asus Prime X470 Pro I’m also getting. Which would go great with the case I’m getting, going for a aluminum/ metallic finish theme. Will this board be tested?

Donnie Darko YT says:

Gigabyte AORUS RGB 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3200 (PC4 25600) with Additional 2 Sticks of Demo Kit,
$219.99 on newegg. gonna buy

Krisulino23_ CZ says:

I hope I can buy it soon, I’m waiting with buying a new PC for a month already, haha, looks awesome, good vid.

YourWizBlog says:

Great video, thanks! Wondering, what is the name of the background music / were did you found it ?

Matthijs Koot says:

Nice video! Please make more 😉

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