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Overclocking memory hits record clock rate of 3266MHz

07 Aug 2013

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Memory manufacturer Apacer recently introduced its ARES DDR3-3000 series of overclocking memory, which boasts a record-breaking clock rate of 3226MHz.

Apacer's ARES series of overclocking memory chips offers computing efficiency to audio/video workers. The upgraded of clock rate for ARES series will support latest 4th Gen Intel Core Processors and Z87 chipset. The series also offers 2800MHz, 2933MHz, and other specifications with strictly tested high-end guaranteed memory chips.

ARES series' eight-layer PCB effectively reduces interference and noise generated by high-speed overclocking, and effectively improves the signal quality and overclocking stability. The chips adopt a cooling system using pure copper with thermal conductivity to conduct waste heat. Highly efficient cooling liquid would be vaporized after absorbing heat, and conduct waste heat to the large cooling fins through capillary action and the phase change principle of function. ARES series' advanced cooling system provides both an outstanding and permanent cooling effect, while also bypassing the need to clean the device. The ARES series also provides DDR3 2800, DDR3 2933 and DDR3 3000, which have a wide range of specifications for game players to choose.




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