Transcend memory kits given XMP certification17 September 2010 15:22:53
Transcend has announced that its 4GB aXeRam DDR3-2400 dual-channel memory kits have been added to Intel's list of XMP-certified memory products.
The XMP badge is used to denote memory products that are able to operate at a sufficiently high frequency and with low enough latency timings to get the most out of Intel's Core i7 processor- aimed at experienced gamers and enthusaists.
Top of the line is the 2400MHz kit, which offers a theoretical memory bandwidth up to 38.4GB/s.
Transcend also offers three 4GB dual channel kits in 2000MHz and 1600MHZ varieties, while a 2000MHz kit optimised for triple channel use is also available.
The Taiwanese firm also makes a range of other memory products, including SD and MicroSD memory cards.
It was recently named in a top ten list of Taiwan's biggest global brands, compiled by the country's Ministry of Economic Affair.
Having been founded in 1988, it opened its first UK office in 2005.
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