In our most recent test of RAM modules we mentioned that 16 GB is becoming the standard for many of our readers. Adata sent us two 16GB DDR3 kits from their deluxe XPG series, aimed at gamers and overclockers. The XPG 16GB DDR3-1600 CL11 kit is specs-wise a dime-a-dozen product, but we mean that in a good way. DDR3-1600 currently dominates the market, and with the XPG DDR3-2133 CL10 Adata wants to compete with Corsair, Kingston and G.Skills in the high-end segment.
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