Adata launches DDR3L 1600MHz SO-DIMMs

Just in time for next year's mini-ITX boards and gaming notebooks

adata Adata launches DDR3L 1600MHz SO DIMMsCOMPUTER MEMORY ISNT the most exciting of product these days, as in broad terms – and the memory manufacturers wouldn’t agree with us of course – it’s much of a muchness. In saying that, Adata has announced two different DDR3L SO-DIMM’s which should prove popular not only in gaming notebooks, but also in mini-ITX boards that only accept SO-DIMMs.

For those of you not familiar with DDR3L memory, the main difference between it and DDR3 memory is that the L stands for low Voltage and in the case of the new SO-DIMMs from Adata, the operating Voltage is between 1.25 and 1.35V. The SO-DIMM’s are part of Adata’s XPG gaming series of memory modules and so they’re fitted with heat spreaders.

xpg 1600 sodimm Adata launches DDR3L 1600MHz SO DIMMs

Adata is offering the SO-DIMMs in capacities of 2 or 4GB with a clock speed of 1600MHz and a latency of 9-9-9-24. Kits of two modules will be on sale and should be ideal for next year’s Sandy Bridge mini-ITX boards, such as the Asus P8H67-I Deluxe or potentially with some Sandy Bridge gaming notebooks or whatever AMD has up its sleeve, including of course any current AMD based mini-ITX board that accepts DDR3 SO-DIMMs.S|A

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