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A-Data Introduces XPG Gaming Series DDR3-2000G for Today's Gaming Market

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  1. btarunr

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    As the demand has increased for PC components for gaming market, including high speed and reliable DRAM module, A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., the worldwide leading manufacturer in high-performance DRAM modules and flash application products, today introduces its new XPG Gaming Series DDR3-2000G and XPG Gaming Series DDR3-2000G v2.0 DRAM module. Designed for favorite gaming and daily computing groups on Intel X58, P55, and H55 platform, the new XPG Gaming Series DDR3-2000G DRAM module is promised to deliver CL9-9-9-24 timing with 1.65V voltage.

    “A-DATA is the leader in the reliable and high performance DRAM module,” said Richard Shen, manager of A-DATA product management department. “Demand for fast speed combined with high stability DRAM module continues to increase and A-DATA is the leader in this field. Gaming enthusiast can rely on the new XPG Gaming Series DDR3-2000G DRAM module to achieve high speed and stability under the critical environment, while continue to enjoy the ultimate gaming experiences.”

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    Features and specifications of XPG Gaming Series DDR3-2000G DRAM Module:
    • All DRAM IC are verified by high standard criteria.
    • High quality 8 layers PCB (Printed Circuit Board).
    • Equipped aluminum heat spreaders to perform heat away from DRAM module.
    • Backward compatible with DDR3-1600, DDR3-1333, and DDR3-1066.
    • Packaging: 2GBx2 dual channel kit and 2GBx3 triple channel kit
    • Optimized for 64-bit OS (operating system).
    • Test at latency settings 9-9-9-24 at 1.55V-1.75V.
    • SPD (Serial Presence Detect) programmed at JEDEC standard DDR3-1333 with latency settings at 9-9-9-24 for basic system booting.
    • Limited lifetime Warranty.

    Features and specifications of XPG Gaming Series DDR3-2000G v2.0 DRAM Module:
    • All DRAM IC are verified by high standard criteria.
    • High quality 2oz copper 8 layers PCB (Printed Circuit Board):
    • Assist spreading of heat from critical areas to perform effective thermal cooling.
    • Decrease the resistance of electronic flow to avoid electric waste.
    • Increase DRAM module’s lifetime.
    • Improve signal integrity.
    • Adopt aluminum heat spreaders with increased surface area to increase the efficiency of heat away.
    • Thermal Conductive Technology (TCT) - Each memory chip is direct contact with the heat spreaders to perform immediate heat spreading from critical areas.
    • Feature Extreme Memory Profiles.
    • Backward compatible with DDR3-1600, DDR3-1333, and DDR3-1066.
    • Packaging: 2GBx2 dual channel kit and 2GBx3 triple channel kit
    • Optimized for 64-bit OS (operating system).
    • Test at latency settings 9-9-9-24 at 1.55V-1.75V.
    • SPD (Serial Presence Detect) programmed at JEDEC standard DDR3-1333 with latency settings at 9-9-9-24 for basic system booting.
    • Limited lifetime Warranty.
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    What exactly makes them optimized for a 64-bit OS? Anyone know?
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    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    they umm...
    come with...
    optimnised by engineers to...


    yeah even i cant work with this shite. crappy marketing at its best.
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    runnin17 New Member

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    Wow, these look like they are simply going to suck. A-Data already has some very nice sticks out. These just seem kinda dumb to me.
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    I've saw a laptop somewhere a couple of weeks ago making the same claim. It's a 'positive' way of saying that there is more ram in the kit than a 32-bit system can use. Well thats what I think is what they are saying.
  6. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    bet they got some decent clocking chips on them

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