Thursday, November 26th 2009

A-DATA Releases Industry Fastest CF633X Memory Card

A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., the worldwide leader in DRAM memory and Flash application products, released today its new compact Flash card CF633X, the ultimate memory card fast enough to keep up with your digital SLR cameras. Performing at the industry’s fastest read/write speed up to 93/92 MB/s, the new A-DATA CF633X adopts the turboMLC technology and delivers the performance of SLC at the cost of MLC.

With an ECC automatic error-checking program in place, the CF633X consumes less power and extends the use of a DSLR. Capacity available in 16GB and 32GB, the CF633X is the perfect storage device for users to store more high resolution images and high definition video clips.

Lower power consumption and RoHS compliant, the CF633X extends the average lifespan of a CF card by utilizing interleaves technology. With which, bad blocks in the flash are pre-labeled and closed for data entry to prevent data-loss.

UDMA 6 enabled, the new A-DATA CF633X supports quad channel and performs up to 93 MB/s in read and 92MB/s in write. Backed by rigorous stress-testing procedures and a product life time warranty, this is indeed a perfect match for your advanced DSLR.
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6 Comments on A-DATA Releases Industry Fastest CF633X Memory Card

#1
Mussels
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CF to IDE adaptors are sounding pretty good right now...
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#3
thebeephaha
What about random r/w? It might be the bomb in sequential but terrible in random.
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#4
Mussels
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by: thebeephaha
What about random r/w? It might be the bomb in sequential but terrible in random.
so use it as a games drive, not the OS drive :)
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#5
thebeephaha
My only point was a 32GB 633x CF card isn't going to be very cost effective.

My 8GB 300x Lexar was not cheap and it isn't very old.
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#6
pjl321
it needs USB3

you just need a desent USB 3 card reader, then you are laughing.

My worry is if the camera is going to get the most of the card, i would guess that it had its own bottlenecks inside the camera or the bus that writes to the card rather than the card itself.
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