* AMD’s product warranty does not cover damages caused by overclocking, even when overclocking is enabled via AMD software.
AMD Memory is designed and tested to work with AMD platforms and components but may not be supported on all chipsets and processors developed by other manufacturers - check with your component or system manufacturer to ensure AMD Memory is compatible with a specific system model or platform.
- WARNING AMD processors are intended to be operated only within their associated specifications and factory settings. Operating your AMD processor outside of specification or in excess of factory settings, including but not limited to overclocking, may damage your processor and/or lead to other problems, including but not limited to, damage to your system components (including your motherboard and components thereon (e.g. memory)), system instabilities (e.g. data loss and corrupted images), shortened processor, system component and/or system life and in extreme cases, total system failure. AMD does not provide support or service for issues or damages related to use of an AMD processor outside of processor specifications or in excess of factory settings. You may also not receive support or service from your system manufacturer.
- Limited Lifetime warranty is offered by AMD Licensed Partners. Please visit www.amd.com for a list of AMD Licensed Partners.
- Overclocking on Desktop Memory - AMD Memory offers three (3) solution tiers; Entertainment, Performance, and Radeon. The Entertainment Edition is designed to be the easiest and fastest way to upgrade your system. Featuring speeds of 1333MHz (CL9) and 1600MHz (CL9) at the standard 1.50v. Performance and Radeon Editions are programmed differently due to the nature of overclocking. Since the capabilities of overclocking vary from system to system, we have programmed these modules to boot at a fail-safe spec of 1600MHz (CL9) at 1.50v. The rated spec however for the Performance Edition is 1600MHz 8-9-8 at 1.65v can be achieved by tuning the settings in the BIOS.