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Computex 2006: A-DATA

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  1. W1zzard

    W1zzard Administrator Staff Member

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    A-DATA is one of the first memory manufacturers to show off DDR3 memory. Even though it is still a while away, this is a good step to be able to deliver once the platforms start appearing - which will be sooner as everybody thought. Other new products are geared towards improving your USB stick or SD card experience. For example an SD card with integrated USB connector has been developed.

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    And here is the first stage of DDR3, the future, lol. No but really hopfully they really start utilizing this soon and mobo makers start supporting it.
     
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    I bet intel will move to it soon, with a new range of 775 DDR3 systems leaving AMD behind for a bit. It's the one weakness of AMD, the integrated memory controller makes it a lot harder for them to use new ram, but intel just releases a new mobo chipset.
     
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