ADATA Offer 8GB High Performance DDR3 Modules



/ 7 years ago

ADATA have always been a great company when it comes to high quality memory products. They are continuing to live up to their high expectations by recently announcing the availability of the 8GB DDR3L-1333G module.

Offering a single 8GB module rated for 1333MHz speeds at the extremely low voltage of 1.35V and latencies of 9-9-9-24, this product will definitely be a sparkle in the eyes of an enthusiast wanting the maximum amount of memory their motherboard can handle. ADATA will release the module in a single-channel 8GB set as well as a dual-channel 16GB kit. It is also worth pointing out that a lot of modern P67, Z68 and AM3+ motherboards support up to 32GB of DDR3 memory so it will be be possible to run 4 of these modules to make a whopping 32GB of system memory.

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5 Responses to “ADATA Offer 8GB High Performance DDR3 Modules”
  1. gaetan says:

    8GB at 1333MHz, waiting to see for the higher speeds 🙂

  2. Mpeck says:

    Its great to see the possibility of 16GB memory kits starting to appear so quickly after 8GB ones are only just becoming mainstream!

  3. Leo Bien Durana says:

    My 2GB DDR2 RAM will cry in shame, lol 😀

  4. aruffell says:

    Leo Bien Durana;21458 wrote: My 2GB DDR2 RAM will cry in shame, lol 😀

    Oh dear 😀 lol

  5. lucas4 says:

    Mpeck;21447 wrote: Its great to see the possibility of 16GB memory kits starting to appear so quickly after 8GB ones are only just becoming mainstream!

    agreed.proves that memory moves at the same pace as the rest of the component market :cool:!

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