Monday, April 13th 2009

A-DATA Introduces XPG Gaming Series Memory, now in DDR2-1066

A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., a worldwide leader in high performance memory products, today introduced its newly speed of XPG Gaming Series DRAM module in DDR2-1066, as dual channel 2GBx2/1GBx2 and single channel kits up to 2GB. Designed for consumers who want to enhance their gaming ability, the XPG Gaming Series DDR2-1066G DRAM module provide CL6-6-6-18 timing at 2.0V±0.1V to delivering outstanding performance, speed, and gamer experience.

Optimized for the latest gaming platform, the XPG Gaming Series DDR2-1066G DRAM module delivers the perfect blend of performance, durability, and stability with low power consumption. It is an affordable midrange offering for gamer of all levels and the professionals demanding the latest DDR2 technology.

The XPG Gaming Series DRAM module line is customized to fulfill gamers’ need of performance, speed, and stability. A-DATA invests not only in quality-checking but also in cooperation with online gaming companies to ensure its XPG Gaming Series DRAM module meets the performance and reliability standards.

The XPG Gaming Series DRAM module is guaranteed to satisfy the needs of the most demanding multiple online gamers and professionals.
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13 Comments on A-DATA Introduces XPG Gaming Series Memory, now in DDR2-1066

#1
mlee49
Not bad timings for 1066. We should get a review for it and see if it can overclock at all. I personally havnt had any luck overclocking AData's ram modules.

2.0+or- .1V :laugh: Give it 2.4 and watercooling!
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#2
h3llb3nd4
I neeeeeed! [tries to reach with short hands....]
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#3
Homeless
I wonder what it can do at cas 5 and 2.1v. The stock of cas6 and as low as 1.9v doesn't seem too appealing
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#4
OnBoard
They already have DDR2-1066 kits with 5-5-5-15 (Voltage: 2.2V ± 0.1V), but seem to like the new Gaming series. They are quite cheap, so might be an upgrade for me. Like others interested in what these can do with cas 5. My cheapo A-DATA value mem already does DDR2-940 with cas 5 and 2.0v with some tweaking.

Although at the moment I have no need for high FSB mem, plenty of multi.
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#5
aCid888*
I'm bored of seeing 1.8v 800mhz 5-5-5-15 kits get turned into 2 - 2.1v 1066mhz 6-6-6-18 kits. :banghead:


Who wants more poor DDR2 kits? And for that matter, what kind of sap would you be if you get suckered into buying this because you see the word "Gamer"?? :confused:

I have an idea; lets take a turd, slap some blue LED's on it and market it as "The worlds fastest Gamer turd" and see how many idiots buy it. :nutkick: :shadedshu
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#6
AltecV1
nice do see a-data goming up with some new stuff:)
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#8
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
not liking the timings. My Transcend aXeRams are better than that.
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#9
Wile E
Power User
Those are terrible timings. DDR2-800 4-4-4-12 is faster.
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#10
mandelore
isnt that like a back step? CL5 1066 kits have been around for like ages
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#12
Slyr7.62
by: Homeless
I wonder what it can do at cas 5 and 2.1v. The stock of cas6 and as low as 1.9v doesn't seem too appealing
by: Bjorn_Of_Iceland
probably would go 5-5-5-15 on 2.2V ± 0.1V. Lol same bannana
Hmm, my HyperX w/ D9's easily does 1066 w/ 5-5-5-15 @ between 1.86V & 1.9V :rockout:
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#13
Meizuman
Hmm... my sticks (2x1GB) are good at 5-5-5-15 (1066) and 5-6-6-15 (1100)... well ok, they need a bit volts (in fact I don't even know if they need it) but they cost me only 42€ (about 55$) so I'm really not complaining... This kinda introduction seems just a bit outdated... wonder what the price is
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