Tuesday, July 22nd 2014

ADATA Launches XPG V3 DDR3 Overclocking Memory

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash application products, today launches the latest XPG V3 series overclocking memory, running at a stellar 3100 megahertz. Its dual channel is designed to bring gamers and PC enthusiasts ultimate performance by Intel Core fourth and fifth-generation processors and the latest Z97 platform.

The Thermal Conductive Technology for Great Heat Dissipation
With speed up to 3100 MHz and transfer bandwidth reaching 24.8 GB/s, the XPG V3 series once again pushes gaming to the next level. It supports Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) version 1.3 and utilizes the Thermal Conductive Technology (TCT), which reduces the system temperature effectively. It enables every chip have contact with the heat sinks directly, ensuring IC and PCB operate in an environment of equal temperature for the best stability, even in full-speed operation.

No Crash with Great Stability
Thanks to the detachable fins extended upwards and 8-layer PCBs with 2oz copper, the XPG V3 series provides superior cooling performance and stable data transfer. The 2oz copper can greatly decrease electric resistance and consumes less power for higher efficiency. It also helps to improve the integrity of signal transfer by the lower EMI (ElectroMagnetic Interference), enabling overclockers to get excellent benchmarks in the circumstance of great stability and stable signal.

Beautiful and Durable - Inside and Out
The detachable fin heat sinks can be replaced and fastened by screws, making the XPG V3 series more durable for long-term use. In addition, there's one more pair of fins included in the package for the 1st lot of shipment, allowing users to exchange the fins and create the coolest rig! For safety and excellent service, all XPG gaming modules are RoHS compliant and come with a lifetime warranty.

Product Features
  • Detachable fins
  • Speed up to 3100 MHz
  • Transfer bandwidth up to 24.8 GB/s
  • Supports Intel XMP 1.3 (Extreme Memory Profile)
  • Supports dual channel mode
  • RoHS compliant
  • Complies with JEDEC standards
  • High-quality 8-layer PCB with 2oz copper for improved cooling performance and higher efficiency
  • Thermal Conductive Technology (TCT) for heat dissipation
  • Supports the latest Intel Z97 platform
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7 Comments on ADATA Launches XPG V3 DDR3 Overclocking Memory

#1
Prima.Vera
3100Mhz? Holly carp!

p.s. wait for Jorge with his comments telling us how useless those RAMs are. Wait for it...
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#2
H3LLSMAN
Looks really good too, the 3100Mhz will carry a hefty price tag I bet. But it will launch in other speeds too I am thinking.
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#3
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
by: Prima.Vera
3100Mhz? Holly carp!

p.s. wait for Jorge with his comments telling us how useless those RAMs are. Wait for it...
I'll copy paste his typical BS, then he doesn't have to worry his pretty little head.

by: Jorge
This stuff is for the technically challenged, gullible PC fanbois who haven't bothered to test and see for themselves that desktop PCs running 1600 MHz. DDR3 is NOT a system bottleneck and thus faster RAM offers no tangible system performance gains running real apps. APUs are the minor exception where up to 2133 MHz. helps a little. Many review sites including Tom's and Anandtech have done extensive testing to prove the above.

The RAM companies love to dupe the technically challenged for great financial profit.
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#4
XL-R8R
by: RCoon
I'll copy paste his typical BS, then he doesn't have to worry his pretty little head.
While everyone wants moarrr epenis for their rig.... his he technically wrong?


Aside from that... I wouldnt mind some mid-2000mhz RAM for my current setup.... epenis boosting is always a win to be honest and higher R/W/C never hurt anyone lol
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#5
marsey99
by: XL-R8R
While everyone wants moarrr epenis for their rig.... his he technically wrong?


Aside from that... I wouldnt mind some mid-2000mhz RAM for my current setup.... epenis boosting is always a win to be honest and higher R/W/C never hurt anyone lol
depends upon how you define wrong.

wrong as in will you notice? probably not.

wrong as in faster ram is feeding the cpu faster so helps alleviate any potential bottlenecks between them and that some apps do show gains from mhz (and tight timings)? well yea.

for what it's worth i like the look of those sinks.
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#6
eidairaman1
Im building a rig with 2133 Ripjaws X, ill try n run em at 2133 with the cpu oc.

by: marsey99
depends upon how you define wrong.

wrong as in will you notice? probably not.

wrong as in faster ram is feeding the cpu faster so helps alleviate any potential bottlenecks between them and that some apps do show gains from mhz (and tight timings)? well yea.

for what it's worth i like the look of those sinks.
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#7
bogami
3100Hz is a lot but you can doo this with BIOS moy self if ram series has good elements with low latency and voltage .And what is specified at CL .
I myself bought a 16GB RAM 2133 Hz G Skill Sniper CL9 for € 160 and a successful OC at 2800Hz.
Currently, the benefits of 2400Hz with CL10 - 99989 Efficiency score. If you can tweak without problem via BIOS or Mem Tweakit upgrade the RAM it is possible to get the same results much , cheaper .!
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