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ADATA Adds DDR3-2133X 8 GB and 16 GB Dual Channel Kits to XPG Xtreme Series

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    ADATA Technology Co., Ltd announced a boost to its XPG Xtreme Series DDR3 lineup with the DDR3-2133X 8 GB and 16 GB dual channel kits. This new entry to XPG Xtreme Series satisfies enthusiasts' increasingly stringent demands for high capacity and performance DRAM modules.

    The new ADATA XPG Xtreme Series DDR3-2133X runs at 2133 MHz and an operating voltage of 1.65V with latency settings of 10-11-11-30, allowing for predicted bandwidth up to 34.1 GB per second.

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    Each XPG memory chip is selected through a strict filtering process and complete with high performance 8-layer PCB (Printed Circuit Board). The chips are in direct contact with the heat spreaders for efficient heat dissipation and prolonged lifespan. The XPG Xtreme Series DDR3-2133X also supports the Intel XMP (Extreme Memory Profiles) version 1.3, providing easy configuration for power users, and is compatible with the Intel P67 / X79 / Z68 / Z75 / Z77 platforms.

    Availability
    The new XPG Xtreme Series DDR3-2133X dual memory kits are already available in the USA and Canada.

    Product Highlights
    ● Runs at 2133 MHz
    ● Operates at 1.65V
    ● Predicted bandwidth up to 34.1 GB per second
    ● Supports Intel XMP (Extreme Memory Profiles) version 1.3
    ● Two models: 8 GB and 4 GB
    ● Available in the USA and Canada NOW
    ● MSRP:
    8 GB dual (4 GBx2) = $89.99
    16 GB dual (8 GBx2) = $189.99

    More information can be found on ADATA's website at:
    http://www.adata-group.com/index.php?action=product_feature&cid=5&piid=68
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    So when is DDR4 coming out again?

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