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Adata Group, one of the world’s largest independent makers of memory, has quietly added ultra-high-speed memory solutions into the lineup. The new modules operate at unprecedented 3.10GHz and belong to all new XPG V2 family of memory solutions aimed at enthusiasts of top-notch PC performance.

Adata XPG V2 PC3-24800 memory modules operate at 3100MHz with CL12 14-14-36 latency settings and 1.65V voltage. The modules are only available in 4GB capacity and will ship in dual-channel optimized kits. The XPG V2 memory products are made in conformation with JEDEC regulations and DDR3-1333 standards at CL value of 9-9-9-24; they come with Intel XMP profile 1 that allows then to work at 2800MHz with CL12 14-14-36 timings at 1.65V. Users can further overclock the modules to 3.10GHz.

Keeping in mind that by far not all memory controllers support 3100MHz clock-rate, the possibility of overclocking memory sub-system to such frequency can only be guaranteed on select platforms based on Intel Core i-series "Ivy Bridge" and "Haswell" microprocessors.

The Adata XPG V2 Series is comprised of an extruded heat sink with increased surface area, providing superior thermo-conductivity, efficiently reducing power consumption and greatly elevating signal completion. The new modules are based on industry-leading 8-layer printed circuit boards with two 2oz inner copper layer that increase module stability.

Pricing of Adata XPG V2 PC3-24800 memory modules come with a lifetime limited warranty. Pricing is unknown.

Tags: Adata, DDR3

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The sheeple will be glad to open their wallets for this high speed RAM that offers no system performance increase.
2 1 [Posted by: beenthere  | Date: 07/30/13 08:34:19 AM]
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True i dont get it ...

I like AMD APU, i have one already, its the 1st generation a8 series, however i bought it cause it was cheap and avoided me the cost of an external GPU, and in the future i will consider buying one.

However what i FAIL to realize is why would any one purchase an APU for ~120 USD, and then buy performance RAM for ~60-70 USD ?

Which is total 180 USD to get graphic card with DDR3 and low graphic performance !

When you can grab an ~80 dollar CPU, only CPU, like AMD athlon x4, and gran the HD 7750 which costs ~100 USD or the HD 7770 which will cost you ~120, which can cost you 180 up to 200 USD, the ~20 difference USD is not worth it, cause you get double the GPU performance, Source :

http://www.videocardbench...pu.php?gpu=Radeon+HD+7750

http://www.videocardbench...deon+HD+8670D&id=2543

And the fact that AMD prices the highest APU for 150 USD does make my argument MOAR HARDER, WAY MORE
0 0 [Posted by: medo  | Date: 07/31/13 04:18:01 AM]
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Aaaaaaand, no RAM for your CPU+GPU setup? That 20$ difference becomes at least 50$ ..
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