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A-DATA Xtreme PC3-16000 4GB Dual-Channel Memory Kit - The Packaging and Modules

A-DATA joins the PC3-16000 party with a 4GB kit under their Xtreme series. We find out what the kit is capable of today.

| DDR-3 Memory in RAM | Posted: Dec 7, 2009 2:28 pm
TweakTown Rating: 91%Manufacturer: A-DATA

The Package

 

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A-DATA use a horrible blister pack that is a complete pain to open. Apart from that there's nothing worth really noting. We can see the modules clearly along with the size and speed. Inside the package the backing doubles as a manual that lets you know how to install the modules.

 

The Modules

 

Having a look at the modules, there isn't anything we haven't seen before. We've got a pretty standard heatsink design with both sides showing the A-DATA logo along with there being mention that they're part of the Xtreme series. On the far right we have a holographic sticker that gives us the standard information you need to know.

 

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Having a closer look at the stickers, you can see across the top we have the model followed by the timings, voltage and a URL. On the other module we see the full model number along with the serial number.

 

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