Lexar Ares RGB DDR5-7200 Memory and Play 2230 Gen4 M.2 SSD Now Available

Lexar Play 2230 SSD and Ares RGB DDR5-7200

Lexar recently released its new Ares RGB DDR5 memory in 7200MT/s speed for desktop applications and the Lexar Play 2230 PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD for mobile devices. The Ares RGB DDR5 7200 features on-die ECC, built-in PMIC, and RGB lighting and is designed for the latest Intel XMP 3.0 and AMD EXPO platforms. Meanwhile, the … continue reading

Lexar NM790 M.2 SSD 4TB Review – Budget Friendly Large Storage Capacity SSD

lexar nm790 4tb m.2 ssd review

These past several months, I have encountered M.2 SSDs using unfamiliar brand components (at least for me) and not from the usual manufacturers/companies. I’m talking about the controller and NAND flash. Usually, the controllers we encounter are from Phison, an in-house controller by WD or Samsung, or NAND flash made by Micron or SK Hynix. … continue reading

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

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

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 … continue reading

Lexar ARES RGB DDR5-6000 Memory Kit Review

Today we are checking out Lexar’s latest high-performance DDR5 memory kit – the Lexar ARES RGB DDR5-6000MHz CL34. We previously reviewed the non-RGB version of the ARES, but it was only a DDR5-5200MHz kit. And during that time, the ARES RGB wasn’t released yet. The Ares RGB memory kit was only released last week, and it … continue reading

Lexar Ares DDR5-5200MHz 32GB Memory Review

lexar ares ddr5-5200 32gb review

Lexar released its first DDR5 memory sometime in April 2022 – the Lexar ARES DDR5 memory. The design is similar to the Ares OC RGB DDR4, but this Ares DDR5 doesn’t have any RGB lighting. Despite missing any RGB lighting, the Lexar Ares DDR5 looks decent, sleek, and neutral. And when I say neutral, I … continue reading