New XPG+ Kits From A-DATA

"A-DATA expands its XPG Plus Series with DDR3-1800+ CL8"

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New XPG+ Kits From A-DATA

A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., a worldwide leader in high performance memory products, announced today that it is launching A-DATA XPG DDR3-1800+ of its Plus Series right after DDR3-1600+. DDR3-1800+ is available in dual channel kits, 1GBx2 and 2GBx2, as well as in triple channel retail packs as 2GBx3 and 1GBx3.

These memory modules run at incredible 1800MHz with CL8-8-8-24 timings for added performance to high-end systems. Also, these high-frequency memories operate within an optimal balance of great speeds, low power consumption and low latencies without getting very hot, thanks to the innovative aluminum heatspreaders.

Over the years, A-DATA has built a reputation for consistently high quality. To ensure stable operation over extended periods of usage, the DDR3-1800+ passes burn-in testing and rigorous capability testing.

Providing the performance, compatibility, and stability PC enthusiasts and gamers are seeking A-DATA’s + Series modules are guaranteed to satisfy their needs of high-performance modules.

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27-11-2008, 11:40:47

reps for both but i trust aria to get it to me b4 xmas :)

which is considered the best? n5, r4, cyclo ds???


27-11-2008, 11:44:29

one of my work colleagues loves the R4, I suppose as long as it does what its supposed to theres not reet much difference, however the new version does seem feature packed...[URL=""]R4 III Upgrade[/URL]

Plus you can get many backups on a 16GB card, plus the no lag in games, I have read can be an issue on some backup devices, I always thought though that that could be to using cheap shoddy SD cards...

27-11-2008, 11:49:16

or i cud get this [url][/url]

which is cheaper and allows more money for a memory card - i can get it at a special price at £15 apparently (exc vat)

27-11-2008, 12:05:36

yep...i thought i'd seen one on special last week...thats the one...bargain for that price...check there memory cards...aria are pretty cheap...i think it was £5 for a 2GB...

27-11-2008, 12:42:49

Sandisk 2GB Micro Secure Digital Card - £3.95 :)

27-11-2008, 15:59:26

B-A-R-G-A-I-N :D .... one thing that did worry me though was this [URL=""]very worrying item[/URL] .. what is it...aria moving into fahion and microdirect moving into cooker hoods (check the cooling and power section at microdirect) is the credit crunch forcing component resellers into other ventures????

27-11-2008, 18:12:10

damn...the special offer just disappeared as i was ordering...oh well

£37 with a 2gb card inc delivery

28-11-2008, 03:00:00

if you leave it till monday you'll save 2.5% on the VAT...:D...its not cheapskate its being thrifty

26-12-2008, 17:20:59

I and many of my freinds have got our R4 cards from they are UK based and give fast postage and have have helped us out loads getting them up and running

26-12-2008, 17:56:53

Got it from Aria thanks mate :)

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