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Adata XPG memory tested to support AMD Ryzen 3950X and Threadripper 3000

Adata’s XPG range has provided gamers and enthusiasts with high-performance memory for recent generations of desktop PC systems. The excellent compatibility of Adata XPG memory is set to continue through support for the latest AMD Ryzen 3950X and Threadripper 3000 based systems.

Adata has announced that it’s XPG DDR4 memory modules are fully compatible with AMD’s latest processors including Ryzen 9 3950X and the entire range of AMD Threadripper 3000 high-end desktop systems.

XPG RAM offers memory solutions for creators that require high-capacity modules and gamers or enthusiasts looking for high-performance products, Adata supply XPG memory modules to suit all these types of scenarios to meet customers’ demands for high-performance and high-capacity DDR4 RAM.

Adata XPG claims it strives to ensure high compatibility of its memory modules using the highest quality IC chips that are rigorously tested to extract the best possible performance. Since the launch of AMD’s most powerful desktop processor, the Ryzen 9 3950X with X570 platform and latest AMD high-end desktop Ryzen Threadripper 3000 series with TRX40 platform, Adata’s commitment to providing high compatibility remains a key consideration along with robust performance and sufficient capacity.

Earlier this year Adata launched 32 GB DDR4-2666 modules to offer creators high capacity modules with excellent performance on AMD HEDT platforms. Additionally, XPG provides a great variety of high-speed modules that meet the extreme performance required by gamers and enthusiast overclockers using AMD systems. Adata also provides excellent customer support with XPG modules being backed by a lifetime warranty for peace of mind.

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KitGuru says: Adata XPG offer an extensive range of DDR4 memory modules and kits for all types of usage scenarios that are now certified to be fully compatible with AMD Ryzen 3950X and HEDT Threadripper 3000 systems. Any of you guys using XPG modules on your new AMD systems? What do you think of them?

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