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A-DATA Unveils New XPG Plus Series DDR3-2200+ v2.0 with 2oz Copper PCB Design

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  1. btarunr

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    A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., a worldwide leading manufacturer in high-performance DRAM modules and flash application products, today announces its new XPG Plus Series DDR3-2200+ v2.0 dual channel kit, which is the highest speed of DDR3 DRAM module in the industry.

    The XPG Plus Series DDR3-2200+ v2.0 DRAM module is designed and guaranteed to run on future dual-channel platforms at incredible 2,200MHz killer speed with tight CL8-8-8-24 timings at a voltage of 1.65V, and are available in 1GBx2 and 2GBx2 dual-channel kits.

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    Through the latest Thermal Conductive Technology (TCT), the XPG Plus Series DDR3-2200 v2.0 DRAM module is built with the superior cooling design, which able to provide greater cooling environment for both DRAM IC and PCB (printed circuit board), to improve the performance and greater stability. Moreover, the doubling amount of copper in the PCB delivers low temperature and also improves the power efficiency for the XPG Plus Series DDR3-2200 v2.0 DRAM module.

    "Demand for the higher PC performance continues to increase and A-DATA is the leader in this field with the XPG DRAM products. We created XPG Plus Series DDR3-2200+ DRAM module to lead PC enthusiasts into the next era of PC performance and satisfy their insatiable thirst for computing speed," said Action Chen, Deputy Project Manager of A-DATA XPG. "The new XPG Plus Series DDR3-2200+ DRAM module delivers the killer speed and reliability of all DRAM module currently on the market."

    "GIGABYTE Ultra Durable 3 motherboards GA-P55 series and A-DATA XPG Plus series memory featuring 2 ounces of copper PCB layers, enable a dramatically lower system temperature, improved energy efficiency and enhanced stability for overclocking" mentioned Jackson Hsu, Product Manager of GIGABYTE.

    The XPG Plus Series DDR3-2200+ v2.0 DRAM module is the best choice for the PC enthusiasts to achieve the greater performance and stability, to satisfy their insatiable thirst for computing speed.

    Features
    • All DRAM IC are verified by overclocking criteria.
    • High-quality 2oz copper 8 layers PCB (Printed Circuit Board)
    • Optimized for 64-bit OS (operating system)
    • Backward compatible with DDR3-1866, 1600, 1333 and 1066
    • Lifetime limited warranty

    Specification:
    • 2GB/4GB dual channel module kits are tested at 2200MHz
    • Test at latency setting 8-8-8-24 at 1.55V-1.65V
    • SPD (Serial Presence Detect) programmed at JEDEC standard DDR3-1333 with latency settings at 9-9-9-24 for basic system booting
  2. InTeL-iNsIdE Guest

    I want a tri-channel kit of these for i7 :D
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    so it's 2200 cl8 on 1.65V? Why no triple channel? You'd think they would try and sell to the high end market :rolleyes:
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  5. InTeL-iNsIdE Guest

    Those heatsinks are almost identical to the ocz reapers (1st ones) im betting you wont get 4 sticks side by side which is a shame.
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    Or maybe there are more people with AM3 and X48 (DDR3) motherboards than with X58 motherboards. Or maybe because Dual-Channel RAM will still work on an i7 system as well they want to stay open to all markets instead of just 1 market.
  7. InTeL-iNsIdE Guest

    Thats not staying open to all markets, there effectively ignoring i7, i mean no one buys i7 to go dual channel regardless. I sure as hell wouldn't regardless of the speed/timings. Nice sticks none the less although heatsinks=fail, no triple channel=fail imo.
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    Wow, surprise from A-DATA.
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    I wish I had an AM3 board, and this RAM in it. Looks nice.
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    very nice
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    2oz of copper eh, following Gigabytes success with their 2oz of copper in the pcb.
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    EDIT : ^^^ you beat me to the punch -.-


    gigabyte anyone ? :D

    also if you look at the heatsink design (tear drop shape) it should be able to fit side by side as long as the board has a slight bit of spacing between dim slots
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    Those sure beat the looks of my old A-DATA DDR2 budget memory :D Liking the flat black heatpipes, fins and PCB.
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    Sure I would.... buy three sets for i7 :)
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    It does it cost to put 3 sticks as availability? Won't it be the same sticks anyways? So basically offer the same sticks in packs of three also?

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