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Advanced Micro Devices on Wednesday introduced AMD Radeon RG2133 Gamer-series memory modules as well as Radeon RAMDisk 4.1. The Radeon RG2133 are the only modules on the market with AMP and XMP profiles for enthusiast-class systems based on AMD and Intel microprocessors. The free AMD Radeon RAMDisk 64GB features enhanced load-and-save functionality.

AMD Radeon RG2133 Gamer family memory modules (rated to operate at 2133MHz with CL10 latency at 1.65V voltage) are the only memory sticks on the market that offers both AMP and XMP memory profiles in one package, enabling ultimate ease in overclocking to 2400MHz on both AMD and Intel. AMD Radeon RG2133 Gamer Series Memory will ship with a free AMD Radeon RAMDisk 64GB, which features enhanced load-and-save functionality.


Gamer series memory is part of AMD’s unified gaming strategy initiative that places AMD technology at the heart of digital gaming and plays a critical role that enables top performance, an outstanding experience and maximum value for PC gamers everywhere.

“AMD Radeon RG2133 Gamer Series Memory is armed with features designed to outperform the competition on any task. Designed with multi-platform compatibility in mind, the AMD Radeon RG2133 brings cutting-edge technology, as well as uncompromising quality and compatibility for PC gamers,” said Roman Kyrychynskyi, product director at graphics business unit at AMD.

With Dataram, AMD’s memory manufacturing partner, AMD is proud to introduce Gamer Series to its product line up as well as the improved performance of AMD Radeon RAMDisk that allows gaming enthusiasts to load their favorite games significantly faster, saving time and eliminating frustrations.

“AMD and Dataram have worked together to significantly enhance the dynamic background load-and-save feature in order to create a seamless, non-volatile RAMDisk experience. This underscores AMD and Dataram’s continued dedication to delivering the highest-performing memory products for PC enthusiasts,” said Jason Caulkins, chief technology officer of Dataram.

Tags: AMD, Radeon, ATI, DRAM, DDR3


Comments currently: 4
Discussion started: 05/09/13 12:57:56 AM
Latest comment: 05/09/13 05:33:10 PM


Should AMD just sell their own branded systems?
0 0 [Posted by: linuxlowdown  | Date: 05/09/13 12:57:56 AM]

Hey AMD ! Make DDR3 RAM drives available as separate gadgets and you will get serious income !

People tend to say that RAM drives are very expensive ... well, yes, they are, because demand is low, not because manufacturing is difficult. Technically, a RAM drive is easier to make than a motherboard !
1 1 [Posted by: Herr Spiegellman  | Date: 05/09/13 02:14:21 AM]

This RAM will be quite useful to increase performance on AMD APUs. Testing has shown that for CPUs, 1600 MHz. is all that is needed.
0 2 [Posted by: beenthere  | Date: 05/09/13 07:03:20 AM]

It´s interesting really, AMDs CPUs are not doing great, but their APUs, GFX and quite possibly now also RAM is...

AMD is almost back to where it was before K7, decent CPUs but not good enough to make good money from them, and selling related stuff that ARE fully competitive(used to be a lot of nonvolatile memory, now it´s half the rest of a computer, lol).
0 0 [Posted by: DIREWOLF75  | Date: 05/09/13 05:33:10 PM]


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