ADATA Unveils XPG Gaming v2.0 DDR3
Ryan Bloom / Jan 16th, 2013 No Comments
ADATA announced an expansion of their XPG Gaming Series DDR3 line of DRAM modules with a 2600MHz 16GB dual channel unit.
ADATA, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules and other computer products, designed the latest models with the PC gamer in mind.
The XPG line, which stands for Xtreme Performance Gear, provides the extreme performance and enhanced reliability players who game every day need. ADATA is able to accomplish it with superior quality and the latest cutting-edge technology.
[adsense250itp]The new XPG Gaming v2.0 Series features Thermal Conductive Technology (TCT1), allowing the units to maintain operational stability while still offering a high level of performance. Each memory chip’s surface makes direct contact with the heat sink to keep functional pieces at a low temperature. Additionally, ADATA uses an industry-leading 2 oz double-copper Printed Circuit Board (PCB) to help increase stability while memory is in use.
ADATA runs each memory chip through a strict filtering process, complete with 8-layer PCB and unique heat dissipation technology that lowers the unit’s temperature, improves power consumption and prolongs the life of memory. The XPG Gaming v2.0 memory products are made to meet JEDEC regulations and DDR3-1333 standards at CL value of 9-9-9-24 and are proven to reach a maximum speed of 2600 MHz at CL value 11-13-13-35, taking complete advantage of the power of the computer.
The new DDR3 memory modules use a 240-pin standard design and operate at 2600 MHz and 1.65 volts. Transfer bandwidth can reach speeds of up to 20,800 MB per second (PC3 20800). The built-in Intel XMP (Extreme Memory Profiles) provides easy configuration for overclockers and any PC user who wants their computer to reach blazing speeds.
As usual, ADATA backs their product with a limited lifetime warranty.
ADATA was founded in 2001. The company aims to provide customers with high quality memory solutions that will enrich their digital lives.
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