Apacer Giant II DDR3 memory unveiled

Posted on Friday, Oct 02 2009 @ 17:27 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Apacer introduced the Giant II DDR3 memory modules for overclockers. The company introduced four memory modules that run at a voltage of 1.65V, you can get them in 3GB or 6GB triple-channel kits.
Apacer's “Giant II DDR3 Overclocking Memory Module Series” selects the best-performing Elpida's 1Gbit, 128x8 particles suited for overclocking, which are screened in the triple channel test environment using the advanced test fixture and programs under diversified parameters of voltage and time sequences. Stricter than other brands' screening standards, the particles are further tested in the high temperature and high pressure environment for 72 hours to wash out unstable ones and ensure best overclocking performance and stability. The much-tested “Giant II DDR3 Overclocking Memory Module Series” has four models: DDR3-1600MHz, 1866MHz, 2000MHz, and DDR3-2133, the most stable and performing model in the market, with two capacity choices: 3GB (1GBx3) and 6GB(2GBx3), to meet the different requirements of professional players who demand ultra game performance.
Specifications:
  • DDR3-2133: CL 10-10-10-30
  • DDR3-2000: CL 9-9-9-27
  • DDR3-1866: CL 8-8-8-24
  • DDR3-1600: CL 8-8-8-24


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