The AVEXIR Core kit arrives safely boxed in two transparent plastic blisters which
are put in a small cardboard box. The box shows us the memory kit in action with
the blue LEDs. On the back you have all the features as well as a sticker with
the part number and the specs.
is clean and kind of futuristic. On the top you have a transparent plastic tube
that will be illuminated by the blue LEDs when the system is on. The heatspreader is
made of aluminium. It comes with a black painting and it's not too flamboyant. Furthermore it's not
oversized, only 6 mm over the standard 3cm height.
On one side of the modules you can find a sticker where there is the
part number with some specs.
LEDs colour cannot be changed.
With heatspreaders out of the way we see that
AVEXIR chose to make
use of Hynix's CFR PBC memory chips.
The SPD reading tells us more about the memory
itself like the capacity, the name of the manufacturer and the JEDEC profiles
stored which are in 6 accompanied with one XMP profile. Furthermore Avexir did
something really nice when it comes to the part number. In fact they just
redefined the term "awesomness". Instead of entering some weird numbers they've
put in my name! How cool is that
The SPD has been well recognized by the BIOS of our motherboard
but not by
CPU-Z. The XMP is 1'400 MHz 12-14-14-35 and CPU-Z reads 12-15-15-36.
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