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A-DATA Technology Extends Its Entire DDR3 Lineup with 4 GB Single Modules

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  1. btarunr

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    A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., the worldwide leader in DRAM modules and Flash application products, leads the industry by announcing today the availability of high-capacity 4GB single module for its entire DDR3 offering, which includes U-DIMM for desktops, SO-DIMM for laptops, and unbuffered ECC-DIMM/ECC Registered DIMM for workstations and servers.

    Memory standards have been quickly evolving to the next generation DDR3 as memory requirement for both hardware and software has grown significantly to cope with the increasingly sophisticated applications and the latest platforms. To address the needs for a more powerful memory support, A-DATA makes high-density memory upgrade available and much easier by offering high-capacity 4GB DDR3 in single module.

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    In addition to the memories for desktops and laptops, to complete this high-capacity solution, unbuffered ECC-DIMM and ECC Registered DIMM were also introduced, each passed the industry-benchmarking tests on compatibility and reliability with Intel Tylersburg platform and Nehalem processor. Available in all speed standards for all types of systems, the 4GB DDR3 single module from A-DATA brings not only capacity, but also lower energy consumption and better heat dissipation, making it an ideal memory expansion solution for PC enthusiasts or professionals who demand top-notch computing power and system stability.

    All of A-DATA memory modules pass rigorous cross-platform and durability testing to ensure quality, compatibility and satisfying performance to customers. A-DATA memory modules also come with a lifetime warranty.
     
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    thats pretty good.... would like to know about the timings and other stuff.
    but i reckon this is a good idea, maxing out the ram with plenty of space left for the ram cooling fan to be attached...
    would it have a heat spreader ??
     
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    the worldwide leader Yea right...
     
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    they all say stuff like that Easo, and A-Data makes good stuff at least unlike some other makers*coughoczcough*
     
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    Id like to see makers like G.Skill or Corsair follow in their foot steps. 8gig dual channel 2x4 would be awesome.
     
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    i 100% agree with that, they may not make the best stuff but they are nothing short of quality.
     

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