The new memory kits were exclusively designed for use with Intel's LGA 1156 Core i7 systems. The new 4GB aXeRam has the ability to operate at a blazing-fast clock frequency of 2400MHz at 1.65V.
Transcend claims that XMP-ready DDR3 kit was 60% more faster than the other types. They also claimed that 2400MHz dual-channel kit boosts system performance with a perfect combination of low voltage, high clock speed, and low latency.
Each 4GB DDR3 kit contains two identically matched modules rated at 2400MHz with timings of 9-11-9-28 and an operating voltage of a mere 1.65V, offering theoretical memory bandwidth up to an incredible 38.4GB/s.
The manufactures also claimed that when 4GB DDR3 tested for the use of Intel p55-based motherboards, it had given amazing overclocking performance along with maintaining the cool temperatures.