As technology continues its rapid advance, notebook PCs have become increasingly popular – and in some cases have even surpassed desktop PCs in computing performance. With the number of laptop owners growing at an unprecedented rate, the need for improved performance has followed. Getting the most of out of a notebook PC involves investing in high quality and high capacity RAM (Random-access memory). These modules play a vital role in unleashing the power of your laptop, affecting not only system stability but also execution speed. ADATA Premier Series DDR2 800MHz SO-DIMM conforms to the highest industry standards for RAM modules and is the best choice for your notebook upgrade needs in terms of quality and affordability.
The ADATA Premier Series DDR2 800MHz SO-DIMM for notebooks is a module in the lower parasitic-loading FBGA (Fine-pitch Ball Grid Array) packaging on a 200-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 Premier Series DDR2 800MHz SO-DIMM is available in three capacities: 1GB and 2GB.
Conforms to Standards, Exceeds Expectations
ADATA strictly adheres to quality standards, including those set by JEDEC (the Joint Electron Devices Engineering Council) and ISO9001. ADATA makes certain that the stability and performance of every memory module meets the highest quality criteria. Part of this process includes stringent testing of each memory module, requiring a 100% burn-in test score, thus ensuring compatibility and reliability with all major-brand laptops. Choosing ADATA Premier Series products is the cost-effective solution for memory upgrade, due to the assured quality in compatibility and reliability.
What is DDR2 SO-DIMM?
DDR2 SDRAM (Double Data Rate Two Synchronous Dynamic Random Access Memory) allows higher bus speed, reduces power consumption by about 50%, and delivers enhanced performance and data throughput rate. Complete with FBGA (Fine-pitch Ball Grid Array) packaging, DDR2’s bus frequency is better, seen in the enhanced electrical interface and improvements in heat dissipation. Each chip carries a maximum storage capacity of up to 4 Gigabytes, significantly enhancing the capacity when compared to older modules.
SO-DIMM stands for Small Outline Dual In-line Memory Module. In comparison to DIMM, SO-DIMM is improved in its size without loss to its power potential–more suited for smaller units such as laptops and compact desktop computers that demand a smaller-sized yet powerful memory module.