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A-DATA re-works its XPG 2000MHz DDR3 modules

Brings out v2.0 with some small tweaks

| RAM News | Posted: May 24, 2010 12:26 pm

A-DATA has entered the DDR3-2000MHz ring with some new "v2.0" XPG Gaming Series modules this week which are even better optimized for Intel's X58, P55 and H55 platforms, sporting 9-9-9-24 timings at 1.65v.

 

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The new modules use improved aluminum heat spreaders with increased surface area for faster heat dissipation. Both 4 and 6GB kits are available and the kits come with lifetime warranties. Pricing isn't yet known, however.

 


For full details, check out the announcement here.

 

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