ADATA to update XPG DDR3 memory line


The Taiwanese memory maker ADATA will soon release a new generation of its Xtreme Performance Gear (XPG) line of DDR3 memory. The updated XPG line will be built on the same high quality ADATA components used in other memory lines but will come in new heat spreaders and different colors to differentiate performance and ease customers when they have to choose the right memory for their system.

The new XPG memory with blue heat spreaders will be ADATA’s budget offering in the XPG line. This memory will run at 1600 MHz and will offer CAS latencies of 11. The XPG memory in black heat spreaders will be the mid-range offering – it will run at 1600 MHz and will offer CAS latencies of 9. The XPG memory in red heat spreaders targets overclockers and gamers – it will run at 1866 MHz (CAS 10) and 2133 MHz (CAS 10).

The new ADATA XPG memory will be commercially available in early January 2013.

Source: Hitechlegion

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