ADATA Unleashes XPG Fire DDR4 Memory
John Williamson / 2 years ago
Memory manufacturers tend to adopt a number of striking aesthetic designs to capture people’s imagination and create a sense of excitement when shopping for DIMMs. While memory frequency is a consideration as well as timings, consumers usually select modules which they like the look of and believe will be a good addition to their build’s colour scheme. ADATA’s latest creation sports a fire decal and maintains a low-profile design. The new XPG Fire is available in 288-pin U-DIMM and 260-pin SO-DIMM configurations. Furthermore, ADATA has selected the highest quality chips to improve stability. Users can choose between 4GB, 8GB and 16GB modules, with speeds up to 3000MHz on the U-DIMM and 2800MHz on the SO-DIMM. As you might expect, all of the modules support Intel’s XMP 2.0 and come with a lifetime product warranty.
On another note, the XPG Flame revolves around a 10-layer black PCB with 20z of copper. The voltages range from 1.2V to 1.35V depending on the selected speed which starts at 2400MHz.
First XPG gaming memory for notebooks and compact PCs
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.
Top quality assurance
XPG Flame DDR4 memory modules are assembled using high-grade chips selected through a strict filtering process and use finest-quality PCBs. Each module passes rigorous reliability and compatibility tests that exceed those used on mainstream memory modules, ensuring top-notch longevity and durability.
Are you fond of ADATA’s Fire decal or find it a little too overbearing?