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Apacer Unveils ARES DDR3-3000 Series Memory

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  1. Cristian_25H

    Cristian_25H News Poster

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    Apacer the global leading memory manufacturer- will once again bring overclocking techniques to a new level! Apacer introduces the industry-leading ARES DDR3-3000 series with record-breaking clock rate reaching DDR3 3226 MHz at 2013 Computex Taipei. This series also offer 2800 MHz, 2933 MHz, and other specifications with strictly tested high-end guaranteed memory chips. Two packages (8 GB Kit [4 GBx2] and 16 GB Kit [8 GBx2]) are available to bring extreme lightning speed experience to overclocking players.

    Apacer's ARES series overclocking memory has always been the prime choice, or "precious weapon" for overclocking players, and also offers excellent computing efficiency to audio/video workers. This upgrade of clock rate for ARES series will support latest 4th Gen Intel Core Processors and Z87 chipset, and launch the industry-leading DDR3-3000 high-end clock rate! At 2013 Computex Taipei, a new record for air-cooling overclocking of DDR3-3226 MHz 16 GB Kit (4 GBx4) was created successfully by Apacer's overclocking team via ARES DDR3 3000 MHz memory!

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    To ensure the best effect of overclocking, Apacer's ARES series adopt the guaranteed premium memory chips that had been strictly checked. ARES series' eight-layer PCB which is specially designed for overclocking effectively reduces interference and noise generated by high-speed overclocking, and effectively improves the signal quality and overclocking stability.

    In order to achieve the most excellent and stable effect of overclocking, Apacer's ARES series overclocking memory adopts professional cooling system specially designed for overclocking which uses pure copper with thermal conductivity to conduct waste heat. Highly efficient cooling liquid would be vaporized after absorbing heat, and conduct waste heat to the large cooling fins through capillary action and the phase change principle of function. ARES series' advanced cooling system not only provides outstanding and permanent cooling effect, with no need to clean and no operating noise, thereby creating a perfect overclocking environment for game players!

    Apacer's ARES series also provides DDR3 2800, DDR3 2933 and DDR3 3000, which have a wide range of specifications for game players to choose. Dual Channel 8 GB (4 GB x 2) and 16 GB (8 GB x 2) memory modules can meet the demand of every overclocking player and audio/video specialist!
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    Ahhh nostalgia, Remember when OCZ used to make ram (OCZ Reapers) that looked like this?
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    Cool, handles for carrying your PC! *smirk*
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    I think they are meant for the RAM toss competition? ;)
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    have 4 x 1GB of those in a Q9450 box that i sold to a friend and is still going strong :D
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    Exactly my thoughts, I had some DDR2 sticks like this :toast:

    3226mhz stock is sick :rockout:
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    Waiting for a comparisson review.. ;)
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    I'll see what I can do.
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    But aren't those radiators problematic for the CPU cooler?
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    yes

    Forget using any larger tower heatsink
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    tigger I'm the only one

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    I think a lot of people use AIO coolers now, so I guess it would not matter as much.
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    Actually, modern DRAM isn't really that hot. Some colleagues of mine tested that just having an airflow over the DRAM silicone is pretty sufficient. The wattage on the DRAM is fairly low, and the surface area to heat ratio is much better than lets say high-end CPU's and GPU's having additional heat spreaders is a bit of an overkill. It's not counter productive, but it's more marketing than performance.

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