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Apacer Introduces ARES DDR3-2400 MHz Overclocking Memory Modules

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  1. btarunr

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    Apacer, one of the world’s leading brands of memory modules, announced today its ARES DDR3 Overclocking Memory Module. The newly-unveiled memory module is named after the god of war “ARES.” Features include advanced memory chips, zero noise heat pipe cooling system with a large red aluminum heat dissipation fin. It is able to operate at a blazing-fast clock rate of 2400MHz, allowing not only overclockers to create overclocking miracles but hardcore gamers to achieve their optimum performance during the games.

    ARES, the god of war, clad in armor dashing in the ferocious battlefield, is thought to have been invincible in Greek mythology. After the previous launch of second-to-none Aeolus equivalent, Apacer again named its DDR3 memory module from the mythology. Just as its name suggested, ARES DDR3 Overclocking Memory Module promises to deliver amazing and stable overclocking performances that feed the needs of the overclocking experts.

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    What stands out most about the ARES DDR3 Overclocking Memory Module series is the red fin heat sink thermal design, which symbolizes the overwhelming ARES in the comparative market. The ARES DDR3 series use 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’s overclocking memory modules are indeed the top enablers for gamers.” said Grace Lo, Associated Vice President of Apacer Commodity Business Unit. “Copper heat pipes have a higher thermal conductivity for effective heat dissipation, so it helps maintain cool temperatures while providing a stable overclocking performance,” Lo went on, “Among the pluses of heat pipe is the ability to achieve effective heat dissipation without producing any noise, which helps create a quiet and comfortable overclocking environment. Also, the heat pipe offers heat dissipation without the need of regular cleaning and maintenance.

    Apacer’s top of the line ARES DDR3 dual channel series comes in two specifications, namely DDR3 2400 2GB x2 and DDR3 2000 2GBx2. This dual-channel memory kit is a perfect combination of high clock speed, efficient thermal design and low latency with an operating voltage of mere 1.65V that strongly boosts your system performance.
     
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    They say "low latency", but unless my eyes are playing tricks on me, this PR release has no mention of the latency of the sticks.
     
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    them look alot like ocZ reapers, but still pretty dam nice and fast
     
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    These speeds are sort of pointless. I just picked up 2400mhz patriots and in most of the reviews I saw the reviewers kept hitting cpu/mobo limitations. I got them for the scalability. 1600 6-7-6-18 for current platforms, 2000-2400 for lga1155. Course I'll have to cross my fingers and hope they still make this exact model when 2011 comes out. Damn intel and their 8 ram slot monstrosity.
     
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    Low latency at 2400mhz.... is that an oxymoron? :laugh:
     
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    soon a ddr4. 2400mhz is over the barrier right now.
     
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    In another 3-5 years maybe .
     
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    gddr4 is gddr3 with little improvements;)
    why not for ordinary ram?
     
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    Good. We need more of those. A price war is always good for users!!
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    Can you explain to a n00b what kind of mobo and proc do I need to use, in order to utilize those at max freq? Tnks! ;)
     
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    Apacer...hmm not sure I heard of em. I do like their look and looks like OCZ Blade reapers. Nice.
     
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    Wow those look really fast

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    See the lines coming off them? :rockout:
     
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    And electric arcs flying out of it as well...
     
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    If they made adverts for razor blades like this it would probably cause a major suicide trend


    *ZOOOOOF* *splort*
     

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