ADATA reveals new XPG Flame DDR4-3000 RAM

ADATA's XPG brand brings enthusiast-grade DDR4 RAM to laptops and desktops.

Published Aug 30, 2016 8:10 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:58 AM CST
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ADATA today reveals its first-ever XPG branded laptop memory with its new XPG Flame DDR4 RAM modules, clocking in at over 3000MHz with 1.35V and 16GB per-stick capacities.

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The XPG Flame DDR4 modules are aimed at enthusiast gamers, offering easy overclocking with XMP 2.0 profiles and premium high-speed low-voltage performance across both SO-DIMM and U-DIMM modules. The desktop XPG Flame DDR4 modules sport frequencies up to 3000MHz and a maximum capacity of 16GB per stick, whereas the XPG Flame SO-DIMM laptop flavor has frequencies of 2400MHz and 2800MHz with 4GB, 8GB and 16GB modules.

ADATA's new XPG Flame RAM have 10-layer PCBs with 2oz of copper for optimum cooling, and power draw between 1.2V and 1.35V. "XPG Flame DDR4 memory modules are assembled using high-grade chips selected through a strict filtering process and use finest-quality PCBs. Each module passes rigorous reliability and compatibility tests that exceed those used on mainstream memory modules, ensuring top-notch longevity and durability," reads ADTA's press release.

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At the time of writing pricing and availability have yet to be announced. Check below for full specifications including timings, voltage draw, frequency and capacity for both the SO-DIMM and U-DIMM modules.

XPG Flame DDR4 U-DIMM RAM Specifications (desktop)

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XPG Flame DDR4 SO-DIMM RAM Specifications (laptop)

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