ADATA is probably in a good mood after its results of last month, and there aren't many better ways for such an IT corporation to celebrate a job well done than a new and mighty piece of hardware.
We say ADATA is likely in good spirits due to recent findings
that suggest it has good product shipments and high revenues in June 2012.
The company is working hard to ensure the third quarter is at least as productive, although this newest product might not help as much as one would think.
We aren't implying that there is anything wrong with it, far from it, but high-end hardware tends to not reel in many users, due to its price.
Still, the XPG Gaming v2.0 Series DDR3 2400G DRAM modules will serve just fine as enhancers of the company's prestige.
For those who don't know, XPG stands for Xtreme Performance Gear. It is a brand with a similar role to ASUS' ROG
The maximum frequency is, obviously, 2400 MHz / Mbps, while the bandwidth can go as high as 19200 MB/s.
Also, the modules, with their capacities of 4 GB, have XMP certification (Intel Extreme Memory Profile) and the Thermal Conductive Technology (TCT). Whatever heat isn't dissipated by the 2oz copper 8-layer printed circuit board, the heatspreaders take care of (they have a screw-lock mechanism that boosts cooling efficiency for long-term use).
Finally, ADATA managed to squeeze a latency of CL10-12-12-31. Latencies are always less impressive on modules with high frequencies but this setting is actually more than decent.
The product page of the ADATA XPG Gaming v2.0 Series DDR3 2400G DRAM modules is right here
. If you live in the US or Canada and own a Z77 motherboard and a third-generation CPU, you might want to consider paying the $89.99 / €73.23 price.