Thursday, December 20th 2012

ADATA XPG DRAM Modules Receive a Facelift

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash storage application products, today announces a facelift of the company's popular XPG line of DRAM modules that gives PC enthusiasts a choice of easily distinguishable performance options in three different stylish heat spreader colors.

The XPG level of DRAM modules are available in the following heat spreader colors and performance options: blue XPG DRAM modules that run at 1600 MHz with CL11 timing, black modules at 1600 MHz and CL9, and red ones at 1866 MHz and 2133 MHz with timing of CL10.

According to Ted Tsai, Senior Product Marketing Manager at ADATA. "Top-tier enthusiasts in all countries- from gamers, to power users, to system builders demand not only the best in heat dissipation and long term stability of DRAM, but they are increasingly looking for components that improve the overall appearance or attitude of their rigs. We will make sure our XPG DRAM line meets the demands of these groups, both technologically and aesthetically."

The innovative engineering and unique appearance of the new XPG heat sinks make them requisite gear for the most dedicated gamers and power users. The sleekly crafted lines are reminiscent of the mechanical goliaths found on today's electronic battlefields. ADATA once again showcases the company's proven ability to unite world-class design imagery with technological advances.

Availability
The XPG DRAM modules with this improved heat sink will be sold through designated agents and distributors starting early 2013.
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11 Comments on ADATA XPG DRAM Modules Receive a Facelift

#1
DOM
More like crap stylish heat spreader... And green PCB really that's like so ugly looking
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#2
HammerON
The Watchful Moderator
I have to agree with DOM. I really do not like the heat spreader as well as the green PCB:(
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#3
Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
The green PCB definitely doesn't help the look. If the PCB were black, it might look a little better but then again, colors can only do so much. :p
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#4
Velvet Wafer
ram manufacturers should really stop to rely on the stupidity and bad taste of some users, that seems to be the morons that they think are great
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#5
james888
Needs flashing leds :cool: :laugh:
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#6
Prima.Vera
I"m more interested on the specs than looks. Voltage for 2133 module?
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#7
AsRock
TPU addict
Epic fail for reasons said in second post. They look very odd ball to me and would love to know were they got there data from.
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#8
Zubasa
A-Data Memory.
I think I will pass.
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#9
Prima.Vera
Are you guys buying this for the looks or for the specs and performance??
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#10
DOM
by: Prima.Vera
Are you guys buying this for the looks or for the specs and performance??
both :slap:
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#11
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Meh if the price is right I don't see why not. Also I really hate windowed cases so looks doesn't affect me at all. ^^
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