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A-DATA debuts 1333MHz DDR3 for notebooks

Posted on Friday, June 05 2009 @ 14:05:26 CEST by


A-DATA has introduced 1GB and 2GB DDR3 SODIMM modules with a clockspeed of 1333MHz.
Taking up a notch, the new DDR3-1333 SO-DIMM DRAM module, available in both 1GB and 2GB, brings exceptional speed, as well as great stability and mobility, to meet the demand of today’s high-end mobile users.

Compared to DDR2 that are widely used now, DDR3 is known to offer a much more superior performance in various aspects, especially in working voltage, which would significantly affect the mobility that concerns mobile users the most among all. A-DATA’s DDR3-1333 SO-DIMM features CAS Latency 9 at the low 1.5V working voltage to ensure minimal power consumption level, providing business professionals maximized mobility with a longer battery life. Notebook Gamers will also benefit from the 1333MHz high-speed performance to enjoy the fun and excitement anywhere, anytime on their mobile devices.

The new 204-pin DDR3 1333MHz SO-DIMM memory uses original DRAM IC and conforms to JEDEC standards, as well as passing stringent cross-platform and durability testing to guarantee quality, compatibility and satisfying performance to our customers. With A-DATA’s continuous innovation, 1600MHz SO-DIMM has also passed strict validation, adding yet another high-speed, high-density memory solution to the high-end product line. As long as the supporting platform arrives in the near future, 1600MHz SO-DIMM will be available immediately.




 



 

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