"According to a press release from the company, ADATA is expecting to have 1,333MHz DDR3 modules ready in time of Computex."

Search News

  • Scrolling Image
  • Scrolling Image
ADATA logo

ADATA to deliver 1,333MHz DDR3 by Computex

According to a press release from the company, ADATA is expecting to have 1,333MHz DDR3 modules ready in time for Computex. The modules will be available in 512MB, 1GB and 2GB capacity. No pricing was announced, but I’d expect these modules to catch a price premium over the already expensive DDR3 modules currently available.

ADATA will also be showing off a range of other products, including an ExpressCard 34 memory reader with a mini USB connector, so it can be used with notebooks and desktops, a new range of tiny USB memory keys with retractable connectors and its range of SSD hard drives ranging in size from 32 to 128GB.


Discuss in our forum
«Prev 1 Next»

Most Recent Comments

21-05-2007, 08:19:12

LG Electronics, a global leader in consumer electronics and mobile communications, has launched its new line-up of high speed optical DVD rewriters to the UK.


21-05-2007, 08:37:56

Awww, no piccies :(

21-05-2007, 12:45:13

I couldn't find any mention of these drives on the LG UK site, maybe they're just updating. The GSA-H50L and GSA-H54N models are listed on the LG Germany site however.

I really like the LG Super Multi's. Mmm faster write speeds and a SATA connector ... might be tempted depending on the price.

17-06-2007, 09:06:32

Hi everybody,
I just bought an LG GSA-H54L DVD Rewriter and found that the CPU required is Pentium III or above. Does anybody know what could happen if I mount the drive on my old Pentim II pc? What kind of performance decrease must I expect? Would it be just a matter of reading/writing speed or it could also be a major problem such as a drive freeze and/or writed data corruption?
I wonder if it is worth to open the package and have a try or it is best to give it back to the HW shop.

Thanks for helping, regards.


17-06-2007, 09:10:11

I wouldn't say that the drive would freeze etc. I would expect it's LG covering themselves by saying that it won't perform as fast as the stated figures with a slower system

17-06-2007, 09:19:41

Thanks for your help, that was my idea too. Anyway, do you know **how much** the performance decrease might be? Slowing under some threshold is equivalent to be completely unuseful. Let's say it does'nt scare me to write to the drive at 4X, provided that I can read and play audio/video DVDs without jitter or 'choke'. Thanks again, C.

17-06-2007, 09:21:46

I forgot the most important: these are my system's features:

CPU: Pentium II at 400 GHz
RAM: 128 MB

17-06-2007, 09:22:17

400 MHz, of course!! :)

17-06-2007, 09:27:31

Aren't these SATA drives? Does that board support SATA or do you have a PCI SATA controller card installed for that? Just curious :) Cheers.

17-06-2007, 09:52:27

Ive got a samsung drive that writed DVD-R's at 20x if you can find any that fast.


Register for the OC3D Newsletter

Subscribing to the OC3D newsletter will keep you up-to-date on the latest technology reviews, competitions and goings-on at Overclock3D. We won't share your email address with ANYONE, and we will only email you with updates on site news, reviews, and competitions and you can unsubscribe easily at any time.

Simply enter your name and email address into the box below and be sure to click on the links in the confirmation emails that will arrive in your e-mail shortly after to complete the registration.

If you run into any problems, just drop us a message on the forums.