According to what is known so far, Gigabyte will start with a dual-channel DDR4 3200MHz 16GB (2x8GB) memory kit with 16-18-18-36 latency at 1.2V (1.35V with XMP). The kit uses Samsung B die chips and comes with symmetric heat spreaders and support for RGB Fusion.
In addition to the new AORUS RGB DDR4-3200 memory kit, Gigabyte also prepared the so-called RGB Infused Demo Module, which is pretty much a dummy module with RGB light for users that only need 16GB of memory but want to add some bling by using all four memory slots. It will have the same looks but without memory chips and should be quite cheap.
According to our details, both the Gigabyte AORUS RGB DDR4 3200 16GB (2x8GB) kit and the RGB Infused Demo Module should be available by the end of June. The memory kit should have an MSRP of US $229 while we still do not have a precise price for the dummy RGB modules.