Exceleram DDR3 PC3-12800 1600MHz 4GB Memory Review
Andy Ruffell / 9 years ago
A Closer Look
The memory consists of two x 2GB memory modules making up a 4GB DDR3 kit which runs at 1600MHz, also known as PC3-12800. The memory comes equipped with dark red heatspreaders known as Red Culvert which have been seen from Exceleram in the past. They have also been known to produce various other colours including Blue Moon, Black Sark, Rippler and VX Saturn of which a full list of which modules use which heatspreaders can be found on the Exceleram website.
The heatspreaders don’t protrude above the memory modules themselves as we’ve seen on the likes of Corsair and Kingston modules in the past; meaning that clearance shouldn’t be an issue and these should fit into any system that takes dual channel DDR3 modules.
Both sides of the memory modules look identical barring the sticker that we always expect on memory modules. The logo is clearly printed with the signature X and website address below for a little bit of self-promotion.
The sticker clearly gives the model name (E30102A), memory module size (2x2GB), speed (PC3-12800), voltage (1.65V), timings (6-8-7-24) and what seems to be a serial number and assembly/warranty details too.
From what we can make out from the printed letters on the edge of the model, it seems the PCB is made by Smart Team Technology Inc. The printed letters are KO-60244.