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Monday, 08 March 2010 11:31

A-Data shows off Xtreme Series Memory

Written by Sanjin Rados


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Cebit 2010: 2200MHz and CL7



A new addition to A-Data's XPG (stands for Xtreme Performance Gear) product line comes in the form of Xtreme series modules with up to 2200MHz with CL7 timing. We expect them to available sometime in April. The Xtreme series consist from 6GB and 4GB unbuffered DIMM memory kits which will be available in different speeds 1600MHz, 1866MHz or 2200MHz. Best in Xtreme series is DDR3-2200X kit with suffix v2.0. This one is equipped with fan on the top and it is showed on the picture below.

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The XPG product line is aimed at an emerging group of gamers, PC enthusiast and overclockers who are seeking high performance DRAM modules are high-end products. The XGP line consists of 3 various series, Xtreme, Plus and Gaming, each designed for different target users and to deliver top-notch memory performance.

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