Dataram Unveils Radeon™ R9 2400 Gamer Series Memory, Joining AMD in Revolutionizing Computing and UltraHD Entertainment

  Dataram Unveils Radeon™ R9 2400 Gamer Series Memory, Joining AMD in
  Revolutionizing Computing and UltraHD Entertainment

Business Wire

PRINCETON, N.J. -- January 16, 2014

Dataram Corporation [NASDAQ: DRAM], today launched its AMD Radeon™ R9 2400
Gamer Series Memory which was designed to provide seamless integration and
enhanced performance when used in conjunction with AMD’s newly released
A-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APUs).

The A-Series represents AMD’s most advanced APUs and includes new,
industry-changing features to deliver superior computing and outstanding
gaming performance. The AMD Radeon™ R9 2400 Gamer Series product is
exclusively designed and engineered with AMD Memory Profile Technology (AMP) ^
,31 which unleashes the full potential of the A-Series APUs.

In addition to being compatible with Intel platforms, the Radeon™ R9 2400
Gamer Series has been tested and certified by AMD to operate with AMD
A10-7850K and AMD A10-7700K up to 2400MHz. The product design includes a glow
green UV-activated gamer heat shield and a 6GB license to AMD’s popular gaming
optimization software, AMD Radeon™ RAMDisk^2.

Visit to purchase and obtain additional information on
AMD’s Radeon™ R9 2400 Gamer Series Memory product.


Founded in 1967, Dataram is a worldwide leader in the manufacture of
high-quality computer memory and software products. Our products and services
deliver IT infrastructure optimization, dramatically increase application
performance and deliver substantial cost savings. Dataram solutions are
deployed in 70 Fortune 100 companies and in mission-critical government and
defense applications around the world. For more information about Dataram,

The information provided in this press release may include forward-looking
statements relating to future events, such as the development of new products,
pricing and availability of raw materials or the future financial performance
of the Company. Actual results may differ from such projections and are
subject to certain risks including, without limitation, risks arising from:
changes in the price of memory chips, changes in the demand for memory
systems, increased competition in the memory systems industry, order
cancellations, delays in developing and commercializing new products and other
factors described in the Company's most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K,
filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which can be reviewed at

^1Memory profiles are designed to boost system performance with pre-set memory
profiles. AMP profiles are only available on supported AMD platforms and XMP
profiles are only available on supported Intel platforms. The motherboard and
the DDR3 memory module must be AMP or XMP-enabled in order to download preset
profiles. Check with motherboard manufacturer and system memory manufacturer
to see if AMP or XMP are enabled.

^2AMD Radeon™ RAMDisk is designed to work with any AMD- or Intel-based
platform with at least 512MB RAM and can be created using system RAM not
already assigned to the O/S. Although RAMDisk is software, Windows Management
treats it as a Hard Disk Drive. There is a chance that the disk may become
fragmented much like a hard disk however the performance issues are less than
if the physical hard disk were to become fragmented. AMD plans to provide AMD
Radeon™ RAMDisk support to future generation system memory specifications. AMD
Radeon™ RAMDisk requires a minimum of 1GB of system memory for installation
(Minimum 4GB of RAM recommended for RAMDisk creation.) AMD and Radeon are
trademarks of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. used by Dataram Corporation under
license. RAMDisk™ is a trademark of Dataram Corporation.

^3Visit for details on Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Warranty provided by memory manufacturers. AMD's product warranty does not
cover damages caused by overclocking, even when overclocking is enabled via
AMD hardware or software.


Dataram Corporation
Marc P. Palker
Chief Financial Officer
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