At Computex 2018, it was the first time we ever saw a Klevv product up close, but their booth at the Nangang Exhibiton Centre was bright and bold, so what do we have to lose?
Klevv is a South Korean brand that concentrates of producing memory products, so it’s no surprise that they are a subsidiary of SK Hynix. Previously Klevv concentrate on the mass mainstream market, but recently they have started to take steps in the growing gamers sector and PC enthusiasts with more advanced offerings featuring fancy cooling systems and above-average performance.
These new 16GB Cras X RGB modules come rated at DDR4-3200 (CL16 18-18-38) and DDR4-3466 (CL17 19-19-39) operation at 1.35 V. With data transfer rates of up to 3466 MT/s, Klevv can guarantees compatibility with AMD Ryzen and Intel Core CPUs. Each Cras X module has 8 RGB LEDs that will be controllable using software from the largest makers of motherboards, such as ASUS, ASRock, GIGABYTE, and MSI.
Still in development, this is the Klevv Cras C700, which they say is the world’s first M.2 module that has RGB without the use of cables or headers. The Cars C700 will be based on Silicon Motion’s SM2263-series controller as well as SK Hynix’s 3D TLC NAND memory. Any thermal throttling will be adjusted by Klevv through firmware updates which gives an increase performance and product lifespan for the M.2 module.
Both the Cras X and the Cras C700 are expected to be available in Q3.