Computer enthusiasts will now be able to easily distinguish performance options of ADATA’s popular XPG DRAM line.
This isn’t just a re-skin of the heat spreaders in the line (not that you won’t be showing off the powerful interior components of your PC), but an identifier for the XPG line. Blue modules run at 1600MHz with CL11 timing, black at 1600MHz and CL9, and red modules will have CL10 timing in either 1866MHz or 2133MHz. This not only makes picking the right module just a little easier, but will at a little flair to the inside of any case. These improved-heatsink models will be available starting early 2013.
Full release follows:
Now in three stylish color options and performance segments
Taipei, Taiwan – December 20, 2012 – ADATA™ Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash storage application products, today announces a facelift of the company’s popular XPG ™ line of DRAM modules that gives PC enthusiasts a choice of easily distinguishable performance options in three different stylish heat spreader colors. The XPG level of DRAM modules are available in the following heat spreader colors and performance options: blue XPG DRAM modules that run at 1600MHz with CL11 timing, black modules at 1600MHz and CL9, and red ones at 1866MHz and 2133MHz with timing of CL10. According to Ted Tsai, Senior Product Marketing Manager at ADATA. “Top-tier enthusiasts in all countries- from gamers, to power users, to system builders demand not only the best in heat dissipation and long term stability of DRAM, but they are increasingly looking for components that improve the overall appearance or attitude of their rigs. We will make sure our XPG DRAM line meets the demands of these groups, both technologically and aesthetically.” The innovative engineering and unique appearance of the new XPG heat sinks make them requisite gear for the most dedicated gamers and power users. The sleekly crafted lines are reminiscent of the mechanical goliaths found on today’s electronic battlefields. ADATA once again showcases the company’s proven ability to unite world-class design imagery with technological advances.
The XPG DRAM modules with this improved heat sink will be sold through designated agents and distributors starting early 2013. For more information, please visit the ADATA website: www.adata-group.com/index.php