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.
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.
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)
XPG Flame DDR4 SO-DIMM RAM Specifications (laptop)
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