Sandybridge systems are selling well, and many memory manufacturers are offering dual channel kits to capitalise on the growing market. Opting for a 4GB kit is certainly the cheapest option but with memory prices at an all time low is it worth looking at one of the higher density options for additional future proofing down the line?
ADATA sent us their latest V2 8GB kit which runs at 2,000mhz and will be priced competitively when it reaches the United Kingdom next month at only £140. Is this a cost effective, performance related choice you should be contemplating for a system upgrade?
The ADATA XPG 8GB Gaming memory we received for review operates at 2000mhz with 9-11-9-27 timings and a supported voltage rating between 1.55-1.75.ADATA 8GB 2000 XPG DDR3 Memory Review Version 2.0 (AX3U2000GC4G9B-DG2) ,