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Apacer Announces ARES DDR3-2133 MHz Dual Channel Memory Kits for Overclocking

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  1. btarunr

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    Apacer, one of the world’s leading brands of memory modules, today announced an expansion of its ARES overclocking memory series with high capacity and clock rate: DDR3-2133 8GB (4GBx2) dual channel memory kit,which is engineered for the latest Intel P67 and Z68 Sandy Bridge platforms. With a combination of high clock rate, huge capacity and low latency of CL9, ARES series is a perfect solution for extreme PC enthusiasts and gamers who want to optimize performance on the new platforms.

    The newly-unveiled ARES DDR3-2133 8GB dual channel memory kit provides the highspeed and capacityon the Intel P67 and Z68 Sandy Bridge platforms and is backwards compatible with existing the P55 platform. It runs at CL9-11-9-27 with 1.65 voltage, using advancedprocess 256Mb x 8chips, which are screened and tested withthe advanced test fixture and programs under diversified parameters of voltage and time sequences.

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    ARES DDR3 series uses a copper heat pipe cooler containing heat transfer liquid that turns into vapor by absorbing the heat of thermal-conductive copper heat pipe and transfers the vapor onto the large red heat dissipation fin through capillarity and phase transition technology.This efficient thermal design helps deliver optimum overclocking memory performances while maintaining cool temperatures.

    Apacer has been consistently working with partners to develop faster memory for the latest platforms, andall of Apacer DRAM module is backed up by a lifetime warranty.

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    Looks nice...seems to be similar to the Gskill kits
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    Damn I thought OCZ was making ram again then I first saw the pics of the OCZ Reaper looking modules :|
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    So if all of these companies claim to be "one of the world’s leading brands of memory modules" in all of their press releases, who are the trailing companies? :laugh:
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    If they only could remove that stupid heatsink from it, it could be ideal. :slap:
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    Aren't there ANY RAM sticks that run at 1866 or 2133 on 1.5V and have no vertical heat spreaders?!
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    Kingston Lovo for example.
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    Forgot all about Apacer making memory :)
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    i was under the impression that DDR3 kits dont get very hot... i wonder why they put on this crazy assed cooler which will only limit its ability to fit into most peoples cases?
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    Depends on the sticks, the voltage, and the speed. 60c is not uncommon for mem with heatSPREADERS(note I did not say heatSINKs)

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