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Lexar Releases NM790 M.2 Gen4 NVMe SSD and Two New Ares RGB DRAM Kits

Lexar recently released three new products, one M.2 SSD and two DDR memory kits. The Lexar NM790 M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD offers sequential speeds of up to 7,400MB/s read and 6,500MB/s write. It’s available up to 4TB capacity, and the NM790 4TB retails for only $209.99 MSRP. Lexar also released the Ares RGB DDR5-6400MHz and Ares RGB DDR4-3600MHz memory kits. These new products are positioned with competitive pricing. Check out more details from the official news release below, including their pricing and availability.

Lexar NM790 M.2 2280 GEN 4X4 NVME SSD and Ares DDR5 6400MHz

Lexar Expands Gaming Product Lineup With Powerful NM790 M.2 2280 Gen 4X4 NVME SSSD, Plus Two New DRAM Models

Lexar, a leading global brand of flash memory solutions, is excited to announce three additions to its gaming product lineup – the new Lexar® NM790 M.2 2280 PCIe Gen 4×4 NVMe SSD, Lexar® ARES DDR5 Desktop Memory in 6400MT/s, and Lexar® ARES RGB DDR4 Desktop Memory in 3600MT/s.

Lexar NM790 SSD

The NM790 M.2 NVMe SSD is perfect for gamers and content creators, delivering incredible speeds of 7400MB/s read and 6500MB/s write thanks to its PCIe Gen4 tech, which includes HMB 3.0 and Dynamic SLC Cache. So whether users want to defeat foes in their gaming battles or conquer their latest creative pursuits, the NM790 SSD is ready to take on the challenge.

On the memory side, Lexar® ARES RGB DDR5 Desktop Memory in 6400MT/s gives hardcore gamers the power of next-gen DDR5. A premium aluminum heat spreader lets them game in style while keeping their system cool for blazing-fast performance, stability, and reliability.

Lexar® ARES RGB DDR4 Desktop Memory in 3600MT/s lets gamers play in style with vibrant RGB lighting. Featuring an aluminum heat spreader and an aggressive wing design for optimal heat dissipation, ARES RGB DDR4 Desktop Memory keeps gamers’ motherboards and systems cool even when overclocked.

Both the Lexar® ARES RGB DDR5 Desktop Memory and the Lexar® ARES RGB DDR4 Desktop Memory feature Lexar RGB Sync, powerful RGB lighting control software that lets gamers customize and synchronize their lighting effects by color, intensity, and speed.

Joey Lopez, Director of Brand Marketing:
“We’re excited to offer gamers a variety of choices so they can build out their rigs according to their requirements. Our powerful SSDs and overclocked memory give gamers the performance they demand, allowing them to level-up their game,”.

Pricing and Availability

The Lexar® NM790 M.2 2280 PCIe Gen 4×4 NVMe SSD is available now at the following MSRPs: 512GB at $49.99, 1TB at $69.99, 2TB at $124.99, 4TB at $209.99.

Lexar® ARES RGB DDR5 Desktop Memory in 6400MT/s is available now as a 32GB kit (16GB x 2) for $124.99. Lexar® ARES RGB DDR4 Desktop Memory in 3600MT/s is available now for $59.99 for a 16GB kit (8GB x 2) and $79.99 for a 32GB kit (16GB x 2).

Check the latest pricing and availability: (#ad)
Lexar NM790 M.2 NVMe SSD is available on Amazon.com here
Ares RGB DDR5-6400, 32GB memory kit, is available on Amazon.com here
Ares RGB DDR4-3600, 32GB memory kit, is available on Amazon.com here

Key Features

Lexar NM790 M.2 2280 PCIe Gen 4×4 NVMe SSD

  • Exceptional performance of up to 7400MB/s read, 6500MB/s write1
  • 2x faster than PCIe Gen 3 SSDs2
  • Up to 40% less power consumption than DRAM cache-enabled PCIe Gen 4 SSDs2

Lexar ARES RGB DDR5 Desktop Memory in 6400MT/s

  • Unleash your gaming performance with CAS Latency CL32-38-38-76
  • Features a premium aluminum heat spreader for optimal heat dissipation
  • Designed for the latest Intel® XMP 3.0

Lexar ARES RGB DDR4 Desktop Memory in 3600MT/s

  • Delivers blazing-fast DDR4 overclocked performance to elevate your gaming experience
  • Full range RGB support – customize your colors and effects with a vibrant RGB light bar
  • Features an aluminum heat spreader and wing design for optimal heat dissipation
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