A-DATA displays triple-channel DDR3 OC at 2000MHz

During ASUS X58 launch event in Taipei last week.

Cameron Wilmot
Published Mon, Oct 13 2008 6:08 AM CDT   |   Updated Sat, Aug 8 2020 10:29 AM CDT
While sadly ASUS forgot to invite us to its X58 launch event last week in Taipei, A-DATA were kind enough to send through plenty of data about the event for us to talk about right here.

A-DATA displays triple-channel DDR3 OC at 2000MHz

ASUS were out in force showing off their ranges of Core i7 supported X58 Express motherboards to attending press but maybe more interesting was the fact that A-DATA displayed its DDR3-1600X triple channel memory working at 2000MHz DDR (and beyond) - oh and by the looks of things, there were plenty of showgirls on standby incase the crowd got bored.

A-DATA displays triple-channel DDR3 OC at 2000MHz

This was all done with an ASUS P6T Deluxe motherboard and Core i7 processor. Using the Everest benchmark, a memory bandwidth read speed score of 20,515MB/s was achieved.

Clearly we can see that A-DATA are well and truly ready for the Intel Core i7 on November 17th and we look forward to checking out this memory and more - it is going to be interesting comparing single channel, dual channel and triple channel to see what different there really are.

You can find the full details of the press event over at the press release, which we uploaded here earlier.

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