ADATA’s XPG series of DDR3 modules is becoming quite popular among gamers for the aggressive styling, attractive price points and wide choice of speeds, kit sizes and styles. Yet that hasn’t stopped ADATA of making something pretty quirky by anyone’s standards. ADATA have churned out some “Chameleon” style DDR3 XPG memory modules especially for Computex and I’ve got to admit they certainly put a smile on my face and look pretty nifty.
As far as the specs go they do nothing out of the ordinary with an Intel XMP profile of 1600MHz with 9-9-9-24 timings and 1.5 volts. They come in 8GB modules only. I’ve got to admit I love the whole “Chameleon” idea in concept in practice but I certainly wouldn’t want to put these into my system, maybe that’s just my personal phobia of green PCBs coming into play. What do you think about these ADATA Chameleon XPG modules?
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