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Adata launches new DDR3 1.35v modules aimed for overclockers

ADATA released its 8GB DDR3 (1600Mhz) memory modules with a staggering 1.35v — for overclockers. The company’s latest edition, XPG series, comes in with a CL9 while maintaining 1.35v — while most manufactures, Corsair, Kingston and Crucial, modules run at 1.5v, but do sell 1.35v modules. ADATA, on the other hand, are allowing headroom for overclockers while still maintaining a 1.35v.

“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 [Intel] 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.” Alex Wu, DRAM project manager for ADATA, said in a statement.

ADATA’s memory chips are installed on an eight-layer high-quality PCBs (Printed Circuit Board) and an aluminum heat sink with a lifetime warranty (except those living in France, Australia and Germany receiving a 10-year warranty).

via ADATA


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