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Friday, 02 March 2012 19:56

ADATA has overclocking breakthrough

Written by Nick Farrell



DRAM maker says it has got to extreme


DRAM module maker ADATA said that has  managed a breakthrough in overclocking memory specifications with the launch of single 8GB 1600MHz CL9 and dual kit 16GB memory modules. The modules are for 1600MHz 8GB low latency overclocking, the new modules support the latest quad-channel X79 platform, and meet the demands of enthusiasts for high density memory.

ADATA’s Product Planning Department DRAM Project Manager Alex Wu said that gamers and overclockers care about more than just the pursuit of extreme performance and energy consumption has become a major consideration when purchasing electronics.

"The new XPG Gaming V 2.0 1600G 8GB single and 16GB dual kit memory modules use voltage of only 1.35V, with 9-11-9-27 timing, and are compatible with the latest X79 four-channel platform. They provide gamers with the opportunity to significantly upgrade their RAM all the way to 64GB, in order to experience faster operation and performance of desktop computers," he said.

In addition to high density, low-latency, low-voltage, and  heat conduction cooling technology, these modules are equipped with a unique heat sink and the industry's first high quality double copper 8-layer circuit board, which improves memory cooling and lowers power consumption, he said.

In addition, each chip is selected from original manufacturer 4Gb memory chips, and put through a rigorous screening and testing program to ensure the greatest degree of stability and durability, for more peace of mind for consumers. No world on pricing.

Nick Farrell

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