Monday, December 8th 2008

A-Data Launches XPG X Series Version 2.0, The Ultimate Memory for Overclocking

A-DATA Technology, a worldwide leader in high performance memory products, announced today that it is launching A-DATA XPG DDR3-2133X v2.0 of its X Series. These high-performance modules run at incredible 2133MHz with CL10-10-10-30 timings and are available in 1GBx3/2GBx3 triple-channel as well as 2GB/4GB dual-channel module kits.

A-DATA XPG DDR3-2133X v2.0 is engineered with heavy Aluminum heatspreaders and an additional dual-fan unit, keeping the RAMs cool. A-DATA combined two methods of heat dissipation to maximize the OC performance for its entire X Series Version 2.0.
Over the years, A-DATA has built a reputation for consistently high quality. To ensure stable operation over extended periods of usage, the X Series Version 2.0 performs rigorous testing and screening on all components to select only the best for the X Series modules.

A-DATA X Series memory represents the ultimate overclocking performance. It was developed to unleash the hidden power of CPU and motherboard by using A-DATA’s latest overclocking IC sorting technology. A-DATA XPG modules are guaranteed to satisfy the needs of PC enthusiasts and gamers for high-performance, compatibility, and stability.

Features:
  • All memory chips are verified using overclocking criteria for better quality.
  • High quality 8 layers PCB (Printed Circuit Board)
  • Dual Blue LED Fan
  • 1. 3500RPM
    2. 50 x 50 mm
    3. Noise level : 21.8dB
  • Optimized for 64-bit OS (operating system)
  • Backward compatible with DDR3-1600, 1333 and 1066
  • Lifetime limited warranty
Specifications:
  • 2GB/4GB dual channel module kits are tested at 2133MHz
  • 3GB/6GB triple channel module kits are tested at 2133MHz
  • Test at latency setting 10-10-10-30 at 2.05V-2.15V
  • SPD (Serial Presence Detect) programmed at JEDEC standard DDR3-1333 with latency settings at 9-9-9-24 for basic system booting
For more information, please visit this page. Source: A-DATA
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8 Comments on A-Data Launches XPG X Series Version 2.0, The Ultimate Memory for Overclocking

#1
douglatins
Those expensive ram are not my thing, but its nice to see A-Data entering this segment
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#2
technicks
The thing looks like crap imo.:D
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#3
mdm-adph
technicks said:
The thing looks like crap imo.:D
Shhh -- it does, but with the amount of money people will be spending on it they won't admit it. :D
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#4
Haytch
My motherboard wont support that. Even if it did, 10-10-10-30 is rather poor latency. Dont get me wrong, the bandwith is brilliant, world cutting edge infact, but in most cases, latency > bandwith.

I agree with the disgusting looks that ram cooler would give the pc. I wonder if that ram cooler would prevent my GPU from being shorted by the cooler itself due to a pathetic design flaw like the OCZ cooler.
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#6
WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Those are bad ass and sexy looking!!!! How can you not like them.
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#7
Wile E
Power User
Haytch said:
My motherboard wont support that. Even if it did, 10-10-10-30 is rather poor latency. Dont get me wrong, the bandwith is brilliant, world cutting edge infact, but in most cases, latency > bandwith.

I agree with the disgusting looks that ram cooler would give the pc. I wonder if that ram cooler would prevent my GPU from being shorted by the cooler itself due to a pathetic design flaw like the OCZ cooler.
10-10-10-30 2133MHz is roughly equivalent to 1066 Mhz 5-5-5-15 or 853 4-4-4-12 in terms of latency, but offers much more bandwidth.
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