ADATA XPG Z1 DDR4 overclocking memory is designed as the ultimate upgrade for overclockers, enthusiasts, and gamers thanks to its remarkable performance and power efficiency. XPG Z1 consumes 20% less power when compared to DDR3, utilizing Thermal Conductive Technology and 10-layer PCB with 2oz of copper, XPG Z1 provides excellent cooling performance, as well as great stability whether you are on the battlefield gaming or trying to achieve higher benchmarks while overclocking.
Stable performance, speed start at 2400MHz.
1.2V operating voltage which is a 20% reduction of power keeps the system at a low temperature for stable operation.
Thermal Conductive Technology and 10-layer PCBs with 2oz of copper to effectively reduce electric resistance and consume less power.
Top quality chips to extend the lifespan of memory modules effectively.
High compatibility with JEDEC design and production standards.
Jet wing-inspires design combines the carbon texture used for race cars.
Series: XPG Z1
Type: 288-pin DDR4 SDRAM
Speed: DDR4 2400
Storage capacity: 16G
Bandwidth: PC4 19200
Heat spreader: available
Number of item: 2
Package size: 16.7 * 16.5 * 1.7cm / 6.57 * 6.49 * 0.66in (L * W * H)
Package weight: 120g / 4.23oz
Hard disk/flash memory vendors are using decimal arithmetic: 1MB=1000KB, 1G=1000MB calculated, but the operating system is using binary arithmetic: 1MB=1024KB, 1GB=1024MB. So there are some differences between display capacity and nominal capacity of hard disk/flash memory products. However, this is allowed to exist. Please do not doubt his authenticity.
8G=approximately 7.5GB, 16GB=approximately 14GB, 32GB=approximately 29GB, 40GB=approximately 37GB, 60GB=approximately 55GB, 80GB=approximately 74GB, 120GB=approximately 111GB, 160GB=approximately 149GB, 250GB=approximately 232GB, 320GB=approximately 298GB, 500GB=approximately 465GB, 640GB=approximately 595GB, 1TB=approximately 930GB
2 * Memory module
Note: Package list without user manual.