The quality of a memory module highly depends on the core component–the chip. And yet, for a variety of computer configurations, the quality and capacity of RAM ( Random-access memory ) modules affects system stability and execution speed a great deal. ADATA Supreme Series memory modules use original-branded DRAM ICs that are built on full data sheets with complete cross-platform and durability testing, and once again stringently tested by ADATA. In terms of reliability and high quality, choosing ADATA Supreme Series memory for your desktop memory upgrade is a wise, worry-free decision that is backed by the same lifetime warranty that comes with all ADATA memory modules.
The ADATA Supreme Series DDR2 800MHz for desktops is a module composed of Double Data Rate SDRAM in the lower parasitic-loading FBGA ( Fine-pitch Ball Grid Array ) packaging on a 240-pin glass-epoxy printed circuit board. Running at 1.8 volts and 800MHz of the clock, the transmission bandwidth can achieve up to 6,400 MB/s by PC2-6400 specification. The Supreme Series DDR2 800MHz modules are available in three capacities: 1GB , 2GB and 4GB.
ADATA Supreme Series DDR2 memory modules are officially validated by Intel. For details, refer to http://www.intel.com/technology/memory/ddr/valid/DDR2_800_dimm_results.htm.