I would like to thank A-DATA for supplying the review sample. The company has a full line-up of memory modules. They first made a name for themselves in the European and American market when they introduced DDR1 500 MHz memory at extremely competitive prices. Their current line-up of DDR2 memory goes all the way up to 1200 MHz, which seems to be the current limit with most manufacturers.
From the A-DATA website:
- Suitable for: Desktop PC
- 240 Pin Unbuffered-DIMM non-ECC
- Versions available: 1GB Kit (512MBx2), 2GB Kit (1GBx2)
- Pin layout: 64Mx8
- Transmission bandwidth:9600MB/Sec（PC2 9600）
- Timings: 5-5-5-15-2T
- Working voltage:2.35V~2.4V
- Supports nVIDIA EPP Technology
- Warranty: Lifetime Warranty
A-DATA sent us the memory kit in a black plastic case, which is meant to hold a larger number of DIMMs and is generally used for storage of OEM parts or those which have not yet been retail packaged. We will update the review with images of the retail package as soon as we get them. Until then take a look at our Computex 2007 A-DATA coverage for retail package shots.