Transcend Information, Inc., a global leader in memory and storage products, proudly recommends its 2.5" high-speed SATA Solid State Drives (SSD) and aXeRam DDR3-2000 triple-channel memory kits for PC gaming enthusiasts. These extreme performance solutions operate at astonishingly fast speeds to help run graphically intense games and offer the lag-free responsiveness and stability necessary for high-end gaming systems.
2.5" High-Speed SATA Solid State Drives:
Transcend`s recently upgraded 2.5" SATA SSD uses an advanced controller chip that enables a maximum sequential read speed of 240MB/s and 200 MB/s write, outperforming its predecessors by 60% and 120% respectively. To make today`s resource-intensive games run faster and more smoothly, it is better to install them on an SSD than on a traditional hard drive, since the SSD`s blazing fast read speeds help shorten loading times and make games more responsive. For added value, the new 2.5" SATA SSD is available in up to 512GB capacity and supports Windows 7 TRIM functionality, which is essential to maintain optimum SSD speed and thus maximize system performance when gaming.
aXeRam Extreme Performance DDR3-2000 6GB Triple-Channel Kit:
Transcend`s XMP-certified triple-channel aXeRam DDR3-2000 memory kit is designed for gaming enthusiasts using motherboards based-on Intel`s X58 chipset. The 6GB DDR3-2000 kit consists of three matched 2GB modules rated at 2000MHz with timings of 9-9-9-24 and an operating voltage of a mere 1.6V, offering memory bandwidth up to an incredible 48GB/s. This extraordinary speed potential not only helps get rid of in-game stuttering, but also increases the minimum in-game frame rate, which is crucial for fluid gameplay. For those looking to build a Core i7 system for gaming, Transcend`s 6GB aXeRam memory kit is a surefire way to achieve significantly higher frame rates and a considerably smoother gaming experience.
Transcend will showcase its 128GB 2.5" SATA SSD and aXeRam DDR3-2000 triple-channel memory kit along with other gaming equipment at Computex 2010 in Taipei, Taiwan.