Very recently, we took a look at new memory offers from Crucial, G.Skill and Kingston. Going by manufacturers one by one allows us to have a good overview of the memory market and today we are going to have a look at ADATA's contendor. The first kit we are going to review is the fastest one from the manufacturer belonging to their Gaming Series.
First of all some words about ADATA itself,
ADATA is a company who is not aiming extreme memory speeds, they are
looking to provide the best quality possible instead. Let's take a look
at the specifications below.
||XPG Gaming Series V2.0
||8 GB (2 x
already said this kit is the fastest one they have in their current
lineup, one might say DDR3-2400 is slow compared to G.Skill or Team
Group's offers that go up to DDR3-3000 but remember even Ivy Bridge's
integrated memory controller start to struggle at DDR3-2400 for the
vast majority. So offering higher rated memory will only target a very
few of us, even our processor which has one of the best integrated
controller in the world can't do more than DDR3-2666 400 % stable.
On the other hand timings are quite tight for the rated speed which will for
sure allow any end user to raise the speed up if you find that DDR3-2400 is too
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