ADATA has unveiled their new XPG Flame DDR4 Memory Modules this week which have been created for gamers, overclocking, and competitive benchmarking on desktops, notebooks, and small form factor PCs, says ADATA.
The new DDR 4 memory is available in 288-pin U-DIMM and 260-pin SO-DIMM and follows on from the launch of the XPG Z1 DDR4 memory and XPG Dazzle LED DDR4.
Designed and equipped with a low profile heatsink, the XPG Flame U-DIMM modules use a 10-layer black PCB which includes 2oz of copper. ADATA explaining little more about the technology in their latest PC memory :
XPG Flame signifies a major milestone as the debut of XPG memory in the SO-DIMM form factor. As notebooks now offer gaming experiences equal to those found on many desktops, demand for high quality, fast DDR4 for notebooks, ultrabooks, and SFF (small form factor) PCs is growing. XPG Flame addresses this need with modules set to 1.2V and supporting speeds of 2400MHz to 2800MHz. With a black PCB, XPG Flame SO-DIMM has the same low profile but stylish look of the U-DIMM version, and is equally designed to handle the most enthusiastic gaming, overclocking, and benchmarking.
Stock clocks range from 2400 MHz to 3000 MHz, driven by 1.2V to 1.35V. Higher speeds are quite readily possible thanks to the premium chips, circuitry, and PCB materials employed. Intel XMP 2.0 support means users have more ways to access memory overclocking, including directly from the operating system rather than via more complex BIOS settings.
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