ADATA was one of the first companies to introduce DDR4 memory– in there DDR4 memory portfolio, we have XPG Z1 series modules. Now, the Taiwanese manufacturer has introduced XPG modules with more efficiently Z1 Gold Edition, dedicated to the most demanding gamers and enthusiasts.

ADATA XPG Z1 Gold Edition: DDR4 Memory for Gaming and Overclocking


New working memory clocked at 3000 MHz, 3200 MHz, 3300 MHz, 3333 MHz and even more- in the latter case only delays are 16-16-16. For comparison, the normal memory XPG Z1 “familiar,” the maximum frequency of 2,800 MHz and delays 17-17-17. It is worth noting that the supply voltage has here increased from 1.2 to 1.35 V. The corresponding settings can be easily activated by saving XMP 2.0 profile for Intel Haswell-E.

Memory distinguished by a black PCB with double the amount of copper, which is installed on selected memory chips – used for cooling the radiator striking gold-colored (there is also XPG Z1 Red available).

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