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ADATA, today unveils its latest series of memory modules for creators, the ADATA ACE series. Creators can choose from two models depending on their budget and performance requirements, namely the ADATA ACE 6400 DDR5 and ACE 3600 DDR4. The series also includes a limited-edition ACE 6500 DDR5 module that features a one-of-a-kind pattern design created in conjunction with a designer from Germany. All three modules support Intel XMP for hassle-free overclocking, are built with high-quality, low-latency chips, and are compatible with the latest Intel and AMD platforms.
As a creator, it is often necessary to switch between different applications to perform multiple tasks such as loading files, editing, rendering, or transferring files. What’s more, frequent software updates take up valuable memory resources and thus impact memory performance. ADATA understands that creativity should never be restricted and therefore developed the ADATA ACE series memory. With ACE series memory modules, creators will enjoy enhanced performance that will allow them to be more productive and creative. Supporting Intel XMP, the modules can overclock for blazing-fast performance, whether for graphic design, video editing, or even more demanding 3D computing needs. The ADATA ACE DDR4 3600 and DDR5 6400 come in a 16 GB dual-kit.
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