ADATA intros low voltage overclocking memory for notebook

ADATA today introduced the XPG DDR3L 1600G SO-DIMM low voltage overclocking memory designed especially for use in laptops. The modules have 1600MHz clock frequency, runs at low operating voltage of 1.35 ~ 1.4 for reduced power consumption and promised to deliver CL 9-9-9-24 timing.

The XPG DDR3L SO-DIMM laptop memory lineup support the Intel XMP (Extreme Memory Profiles) and  is available in 4GB single channel kit and an 8GB dual channel kit.

ADATA XPG DDR3L-1600G-SO-DIMM

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