ADATA debuts Premier Pro Series DRAM Modules

ADATA Technology today introduced a new line of Premier Pro DRAM memory which is designed for long term reliability and come at a competitive price.

The new memory modules are available in DDR3 1333 CL9 and DDR3 1600 CL11 specifications, with densities of 2GB and 4GB. The company claims that each memory module is subjected to 100% burn-in test, for all the failure scenarios, to guaranteeing that each module offers top quality and to excludе premature failure. The Premier Pro Series memory modules arein full compliance with JEDEC  standards, they are backed by a limited lifetime warranty and are now available through ADATA’s  distributors network.

ADATA Premier Pro memory

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