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A-Data Intros 8 GB XPG-Gaming DDR3-2000 Dual-Channel Memory Kit

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  1. btarunr

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    A-Data expanded its XPG-Gaming Series V2.0 series with a new 8 GB (2x 4 GB) dual-channel DDR3-2000 MHz kit. The modules are capable of DDR3-2000 MHz speeds with DRAM timings of 9-11-9-27T and module voltage of 1.55~1.75V. They make use of 2 oz. copper PCBs and aluminum heat-speaders making use of Thermal Conductive Technology (TCT). A-Data's new kit is backed by a lifetime warranty. Its pricing remains to be known.

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    Nice. Bring on more and more 8GB (2x 4GB) kits.
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    I agree, more and more 4gb modules are showing up and the timings/speeds are getting better as well, but we need more of them.

    I'm looking forward to use them with sandy bridge or bulldozer... or possibly both :D
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    The more I read about CPU's and Memory the more I want to wait to get em...
    This being a prime example...They are getting better and cheaper...
    you can now get a 8gb kit 2x 4gb for about $30 more than a 8gb at 4x2gb


    But GFX ehh..I'll probably get soon....
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    Only good if you have an Intel proc....
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    bear jesus New Member

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    Only good if you want to overclock the memory speed on an AMD board? :p

    If i had a ddr3 AMD board i would defiantly want higher rated memory speed that it supports by default as it would reduce the chances of the sticks themselves being a limit to the overclock, many boards support 1800mhz and 1866mhz so being slightly higher rated should easily stop them becoming a limit.

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