Friday, May 20th 2011

ADATA Adds DDR3L 1333MHz Dual Channel Kit to XPG Plus and Gaming Series

ADATA Technology, a worldwide leading manufacturer in high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash application products, today introduced its latest XPG Series DDR3L 1333MHz 4GB dual-channel kit memory. The modules feature high-density, low timing and low voltage, enhanced system stability, and improved performance to meet market needs and especially those of gamers.

The latest XPG Plus series DDR3L 1333+ is available in 2GB single channel and 4GB dual channel kits, with latency of 8-8-8-24. The utilization of an exclusively designed aluminum heat sink and high quality circuit board ensures high efficiency and stability of the memory modules. The Gaming Series DDRL 1333G 4GB dual channel kit has latency of 9-9-9-24. They employ the same special heat sink design, and can effectively reduce running temperature to extend the life of the module.

Availability
The new XPG Plus series DDR3L 1333+ and Gaming series DDR3L 1333G memory modules are distributed through designated agents and resellers. For more information about XPG Plus and Gaming series low-voltage memory modules, visit this page.
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5 Comments on ADATA Adds DDR3L 1333MHz Dual Channel Kit to XPG Plus and Gaming Series

#1
Undead46
So, am I missing something?
What's so special about these sticks?

Low latency? Looks normal to me.. -.-
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#2
sneekypeet
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by: Undead46
So, am I missing something?
What's so special about these sticks?

Low latency? Looks normal to me.. -.-
Just 1.35V, and you are correct these aren't "low" latency.
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#3
Undead46
Ah, the 1.35V seems nice.
Just get lower timings, and I would love to see the OC'ing ability of these sticks. :)
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#4
arterius2
"ADATA worldwide leading manufacture in high-performance memory"?! really? you mean like corsair, g.skill and kingston right? what a boat load of crap, last time I checked they were just a value-ram manufacture.

1333mhz?? 1.35v, meh... don't see whats the big deal about this... G.SKILL Sniper does 1.25v at 1600MHZ from months ago.... i have 2 pairs of those in my rig, nice and slick.

"...They employ the same special heat sink design"

LOL what, I dont see what so special about the heatsink either, its just a clip-on a aluminium cover like most value-oriented ram these days. and the timings? 9-9-9-24 (aka Gamer version) is freaking high for 1333mhz, I at the minimum expect CL7 on something this slow.

and its only available in 2GB single channel or 4GB dual channel packages, and they say its for the latest gamers? LOL RLY?? bar minimum would be 8gb in dual 4gb sticks thesedays.
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#5
Strider
@ Undead46

As would I. I am already running all A-Data RAM in all my systems, including the 8GB of XPG 1600G DDR3 I have in my main rig. Great memory. I would indeed love to see how well these DDR3L sticks handle an overclock.
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