Wednesday, January 28, 2009

With the memory of XPG DDR3-2133 the company A-DATA puts records in SuperPi

A-DATA Technology, recently release a series of XPG SSD-drive 192-GB model, almost at the same time issued a class of memory DDR3, which belongs to a series of products with the name of XPG X Series v2.0 and has helped the company to allegedly new world record in testing SuperPi (6min., with 40,360. testing at 32 M, when using the card DFI LANParty UT X58).

New to the code AD32133F001GU3K, is a set of three 1-GB of memory with a three-channel access, the frequency of which is 2133 MHz, and timing are equal 10-10-10-30 (but the record set at 8-7-7-21 and acceleration to 2237 MHz).

This DDR3-memory is already difficult to identify low-voltage, even in comparison with DDR2, because work on this frequency voltage power producer had lift up to 2.05-2.15 B.

Memory XPG DDR3-2133X v2.0 is equipped with aluminum heat-conducting path, two active cooler and it comes in boxed versions. Sales (in Japan) is already started for this novelty, and the price is ~ $460 USD.

Sources: A-DATA, ASCII