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A-DATA PC3-17600 (2200MHz) Gaming Series 4GB Kit - The Packaging and Modules

The gaming series from A-DATA get's a new high speed kit; can it impress us like previous A-DATA series.

| DDR-3 Memory in RAM | Posted: Mar 12, 2010 11:40 am
TweakTown Rating: 92%      Manufacturer: A-DATA

The Package

 

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Another really annoying blister pack that's a pain to open. Apart from that, though, there's not a whole lot else to the package with really just the modules being included. You can see on the package a lot of the main features the kit offers.

 

The Modules

 

As we mentioned, we haven't seen a Gaming Series kit from A-DATA before, but you can see that it follows a more traditional design when it comes to the heatsink layout with just a number of fins across the top.

 

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Quality of the heatsink is great with the unit screwed together and not bound together by thermal tape like some cheaper designs. Each side is almost identical with only the sticker being different; one gives us a run down on the specification while the other has the model number, serial number etc.

 

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We can see the main specification of the kit here and as mentioned previously, it's a PC3-17600 one which translates too 2200MHz DDR. You can see the rest of the specifications, but we won't go into any more detail here. Let's have a closer look at how we went with the kit on the next page.

 

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