The Package and Memory Modules
A-DATA packs the Vitesta modules in a rather interesting fold-out box that not only protects the memory, but looks good in the process. It's a sealed box that you have to open, then fold out and pull the memory from its casing.
Due to the nature of the box used, there are no pictures on the front, back or sides, and on the inside there is only some basic instructions on how to set up the memory, so you're not going to get any sneak peaks of the modules before you buy them in the shop (apart from this review of course).
Pulling the modules from the box, we get to see them in all their glory. The modules are what we call standard height with a standard size and thickness heatspreader on both sides to channel heat away from the modules. The spreaders are imprinted with the A-DATA logo and the Vitesta product logo on both sides.
On one side of each module is a hologram sticker with specs on the modules speed and ratings. The kit we received was a 2GB Dual Channel (2x1GB) kit with an XMP profile of 1600MHz and is designed to run at 7-7-7-20 with a maximum of 1.85v.
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- Page 1 [Introduction]
- Page 2 [The Package and Modules]
- Page 3 [Overclocking]
- Page 4 [Test System Setup and Everest]
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