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ADATA Introduction of Industry-Leading 8GB Density Opens New Vistas

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  1. btarunr

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    ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash application products, today introduced new industry-leading, single piece 8GB DDR3-1333 high-density memory modules. Implementing state-of-the-art technology and strict control of the production processes, these modules provide professionals and enthusiasts with new heights of high-speed computing experience.

    ADATA is committed to providing high performance and stable memory solutions. This single piece 8GB Premier Series DDR3-1333 memory module series supports advanced user and professional data operation needs. With the limited space available on many motherboards, an insufficient number of DRAM slots is a common dilemma. This most recent advance in density further allows consumers to easily enhance overall system performance.

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    ADATA Premier Series 1333 MHz DDR3 240-Pin (Unbuffered DIMM), and 204-Pin (SO-DIMM) are standard pin design modules operating at 1.5 volts, with transmission bandwidth up to 10.6 Gb/second (PC3 10600). The memory module deploys state of the art technology 4Gb DRAM packages that enable industry highest memory density on a single module. All the modules are in accordance with JEDEC (Joint Electron Device Engineering Council, JEDEC Solid State Technology Association) and RoHS design and production standards, simultaneously ensuring compatibility with all the computer systems adopting the same standard and ecologically sound product. ADATA Series memory modules come with lifetime warranty and service1, providing consumers the best protection.

    Product Features
    • 8GB
    • 240-Pin Unbuffered DIMM / 204-Pin SO-DIMM
    • Complies with JEDEC specifications
    • Utilizes FBGA (Fine-Pitch Ball Grid Array) package
    • RoHS compliant
    For more information, visit the product page.
     
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    ADATA rams are good .. and with life time warranty ..
     
  3. Zubasa

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    A-Data ram is alright, kind of weak on the compatibility side.
     
  4. badtaylorx

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    how in the world is every manufacturer mentioned a "leading manufacturer"???
     
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    Can't say I like ADATA products.
     
  6. eidairaman1

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    n they will get bowled over when the others come out with 1600, 1866, 2133MHz 8 GB Modules that can be combined in a quad kit
     
  7. Widjaja

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    ADATA has a bad rap over here.
    Personally I haven't had any problems with their products in my systems.
    But I have had a fair few clients machines with problems after upgrading with ADATA RAM.

    It's a shame because the RAM is widely available.
    Possibly due to the price.
     
  8. eidairaman1

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    adata ram is decent, for OEM builds particularly- not sure about high performance market. I had a set of PC 3200 (400MHZ effective 200MHz actual) DDR to use for a set of crucials i accidently killed (ESD ugh)
     
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    now we all just have to find more and more ways to use up 16GB (2x8GB) and 32GB (4x8GB) of RAM...lets all just make 20gig RAM Disks.
     

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