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December 22nd, 2010 Taiwan – ADATA Technology Co., Ltd. today introduced a distinctive low voltage overclocking memory for notebook computers, the XPG DDR3L 1600G SO-DIMM. With 1600MHz clock frequency, 9-9-9-24 timing specifications, and low 1.35V ~ 1.4V voltage, it simultaneously meets energy efficiency requirements and the needs of high-power and high-performance overclocking applications. These modules easily handle a variety of high-end mobile computing operations, making them an ideal system upgrade option for power users.
With the high demand for mobile computing, and the growing trend of environmentally friendly power solutions on the rise, the target of major manufacturers is how to improve notebook performance while extending battery life. The ADATA XPG DDR3L 1600G SO-DIMM runs at low operating voltage of 1.35 ~ 1.4 volts for reduced power consumption and extension of the laptop’s battery life for longer mobile computing. It also moves mobile computing towards environmental sustainability and increased competitiveness. The XPG DDR3L SO-DIMM lineup includes an 8GB dual channel kit and 4GB single channel kit to meet the large capacity memory demands of high-end mobile computing. The high-performance specifications of 1600MHz and CL value 9-9-9-24 are outstanding for overclocking. It also supports the Intel XMP (Extreme Memory Profiles) which help provide easy configuration for power users.
The ADATA XPG DDR3L 1600G SO-DIMM memory kits are now distributed through selected distributors and resellers.