TweakTown reports A-DATA had a 2000MHz triple channel DDR3 memory kit on display last week:
Just recently A-DATA has introduced a new cooling solution, specifically designed to meet the requirements of A-DATA's performance X series of memory modules. However, with the latest development, it has made one a step further towards its goal of claiming the supremacy in the high-end computer memory market. Bear in mind that the memory controller integrated on Core™ i7 processors provides three memory channels, i.e. it is capable of accessing three (or six) memory modules at the same time, in parallel, in order to improve performance. Triple-channel architecture gets a 50% increase of available bandwidth compared to a dual-channel architecture running at the same clock speed.
In order to fulfill pros’ overclocking demands and to provide top-end users with the best memory solutions, A-DATA announced today that A-DATA OC-Lab achieved an astounding speed over 2000MHz and a memory read speed of 20,515 MB/s in triple channel configuration. This frequency was achieved using A-DATA DDR3-1600X memory modules paired with an ASUS P6T Deluxe motherboard and Core™ i7 CPU.
Two days ago the site reported these modules achieved a read speed of over 20GB/s on a Core i7 systems.