ADATA presents first DDR4 memory modules

ADATA presents first DDR4 memory modules

The Taiwanese memory maker ADATA has presented the company’s first DDR4 memory modules. The new memory belongs to ADATA’s Premier line and runs at 2133 MHz, achieving 17 GB/sec of maximum memory throughput. The new product fully supports the upcoming Haswell-E platform and offers higher clock speed and hence better performance.

The new ADATA memory runs at 1.2V, which is a new milestone in lowering memory power consumption. The new memory now can save 20 per cent on your electricity costs, which also makes it cool and environmentally friendly.

There isn’t much to say except that the new memory will be in a store neat you anytime soon. Pricing was also not mentioned.

Source: ADATA

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