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A-DATA Introduces New XPG Gaming Series Memory Modules

A-DATA Technology, a worldwide leader in high performance memory products, introduces today its entire XPG Gaming Series which represents the very best of A-DATA's cutting edge technology in gaming memories, delivering the perfect blend of performance, durability and stability with low power consumption. XPG Gaming Series features highest reliability and fulfills exceptional requirements for high-end modules at a very attractive, low price.

Foxconn X58 Blood Rage Sets World Record DDR3 Overclock

Blood RAGE, the latest member of Foxconn's Quantum Force family with Intel X58 chipset, sets the highest record of DDR3 memory overclocking with Intel Core i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67GHz armed by a Taiwan overclocker.

With a score of 2513.8MHz (1256.9*2) the test has produced one of the highest OC scores of all time, i.e., a new world record using A-DATA DDR3 800 Memory.

A-Data Launches XPG X Series Version 2.0, The Ultimate Memory for Overclocking

A-DATA Technology, a worldwide leader in high performance memory products, announced today that it is launching A-DATA XPG DDR3-2133X v2.0 of its X Series. These high-performance modules run at incredible 2133MHz with CL10-10-10-30 timings and are available in 1GBx3/2GBx3 triple-channel as well as 2GB/4GB dual-channel module kits.

A-DATA XPG DDR3-2133X v2.0 is engineered with heavy Aluminum heatspreaders and an additional dual-fan unit, keeping the RAMs cool. A-DATA combined two methods of heat dissipation to maximize the OC performance for its entire X Series Version 2.0.

A-DATA Ready with XPG DDR3-1800+ Memory Kits

Memory maker A-DATA Technology announced today its latest A-DATA XPG DDR3-1800+ memory kits. Part of the Plus series, these kits are available now in both 2x1GB and 2x2GB dual channel kits, and in triple channel retail packages of 3x1GB and 3x2GB. The kits are JEDEC programmed to operate using CL9-9-9-24 timings, but despite that A-DATA claims flawless operation using CL8-8-8-24 at 1.65V-1.85V. In addition A-DATA ships these kits with limited lifetime warranty and shiny red heatspreaders. For more information, please read the full press release here.

A-DATA Enters the Solid State Business, Announces New 2.5-inch XPG SSDs

A-DATA has just become the next memory manufacturer to announce solid state products branded under its name. A-DATA's brand new XPG 2.5-inch SSDs are available in 32GB/64GB/128GB/192GB capacities and use SATA 3Gbps high-speed interface and an extra built-in mini-USB 2.0 port for external operation. A-DATA claims the drives are guaranteed to achieve transfer rates of up to 170MB/s read and 100MB/s write. In addition, A-DATA's SSDs provide built-in ECC (Error Correction Code) that ensures highly reliable data transfer and increases the system integrity. The mean time between failure for these drives is estimated at 1,500,000 hours. For more information, please read the company's official press release here.

A-Data Releases Eight New Tri-Channel DDR3 Memory Kits

A-Data launched eight new tri-channel DDR3 memory kits for the soon to be released Intel Core i7 processor platform. The company built these eight SKUs by 3GB (3 x 1GB) and 6GB (3 x 2GB) variants each of four models: XPG X Series, XPG + Series, XPG G Series and base-model Standard series.

The X Series is advertised to offer "outstanding performance", targeted to extreme overclocking enthusiasts. The G Series is branded for gaming performance. The + series consisting of Viesta modules is more of a mainstream product, while the base-model is a standard module tested to operate at the lowest voltages at its rated frequencies. Additionally, there are 1600 MHz variants of + Series and G Series, in 3 GB and 6 GB capacities.

A-DATA and ASUS Demonstrate Intel Nehalem's DDR3 Performance

Remember the A-DATA DDR3 triple channel memory and the ASUS P6T Deluxe motherboard? They are both detailed on our page, but this story aims to show how both parts perform when working coupled with a quad-core Core i7 engineering sample CPU. The results you're about to see below are achieved by three 1600MHz A-DATAs overclocked to over 2000MHz. The result is system memory read/write speeds of up to the incredible 20515/16946 MB/s. The latency time is also worth mentioning - 22.9ns.

A-Data Releases Tri-Channel Memory Kits for Intel X58 Platform

A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., a worldwide leader in high performance memory products, announced today that it is expanding its overclocking DRAM dual channel line with tri-channel kits at 1600 MHz and 1333 MHz.

Recent next generation Intel Core i7 platform using the latest DDR3 technologies has proven that i7's internal controller gives a notable performance increase while using DDR3 tri-channel modules. A-DATA is now ready for production of DDR3-1600+ and DDR-1333+ tri-channel kits. These new modules will be available in 3GB and 6GB configurations and are expected to be available this quarter.

A-DATA Launches the World’s Fastest CompactFlash Card 350X

With the insistence on high quality products and the breakthrough of innovation, A-DATA Technology introduces the Turbo Series CF 350X memory card especially for professional photographers. The excellent data transferring of the read speed at 52 MB/sec and the write speed at 47 MB/sec along with the availability of 8 GB and 16 GB make Turbo CF 350X the perfect partner for your high-end cameras.

A-DATA Debuts New DDR3 Memory Kits

A-DATA is on display at CeBIT with some very innovative memory modules. In this scenario the focus is primary on cooling, not the highest clocks. These DDR3 memories will come in three flavours: basic version with regular heatsinks only, a heatsink with two fans attached and even a version that can be cooled by LN2.

A-DATA Launches Full Series of SSD Products

A-DATA recently announced its new series of Solid State Drives (SSD) with capacity of up to 64 GB. The SSD drives are available in 1.8 and 2.5-inch versions utilizing either SATA or PATA interface. Using SLC Flash a 32GB capacity is reached, moreover, using MLC Flash the capacity can be as large as 64GB. This new devices are completely compatible with every notebook PC and can other consumer electronic devices that support SATA and PATA interface. A-DATA's SSD-series also provide the faster IOPS (inputs/outputs per second) feature which can speed up boot up time.

Highly Fashionable NTSC Series of USB Flash Drives By A-Data Technology

A-DATA Technology, a global leader in memory modules and flash memory application products, announces plans to introduce the fashionable N702, C701, C702, S702 and Disney T703 series of USB flash drives. These series of USB flash drives advocate the sophistication that today's user demands and transforms the plain oval shaped USB flash drive into a showpiece worthy of a conversation. Each series is crafted with the utmost care highlighting the product's elegance and high quality design.

A-Data Releases PC3-16000 (2000MHz) DDR3 Vitesta X Memory Modules

A-Data Technology Overclock team has again developed the world's fastest DDR3-2000X Vitesta X (AD32000X002GMU) memory after the announcement of DDR3-1900X one month ago. The launch of new-generation platforms such as Intel P35 and X38 has fueled the release of a new PC3-16000 Vitesta X series working at CL9-9-9-24 timings with 2.05-2.15V operational voltage. To ensure stable operation over extended periods of usage, all DDR3-2000X modules use Micron chips. Using a 128m x8 pin layout, the DDR3-2000 Vitesta X is available only in 2GB (2x 1GB) dual channel kits.

A-DATA Shows off Massive 128GB Solid State Drive


A-DATA has shown off prototypes of an upcoming solid-state drive for ExpressCard, IDE and SATA interfaces. The samples have capacities of 32, 64 and 128 GB. The 32 and 64 GB drives come in 1.8" form factors while the 128 GB drive is in a 2.5" size. Solid state drives promise to be much faster than traditional hard drives. Since there are no moving parts, the drives can reach sustained read speeds of 62 MB/s and have an access time in the sub-millisecond range. Regular hard drives typically have access times between 8 and 19 ms. In addition, SSDs promise to enhance battery life by a few minutes. A-Data didn't specify the price, but did say that mass production should start late Q1 2007.

A-DATA Turbo Series 120x CompactFlash Card Delivers Great Performance


A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., the global leader in memory products, just released the Turbo Series 120x CompactFlash card that offers outstanding Windows Vista ReadyBoost support. The Turbo Series 120x CompactFlash card comes in 512MB, 1GB, 2GB, 4GB and 8GB sizes to provide plenty of memory space to store big files and images. This product launch demonstrates how this card's superior performance is opening new types of application support.
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