The good old DDR is not yet to be eulogized, as the leading memory companies continue to release fast models all the time - in terms of work frequencies and lower timings than before.
There is no doubt that these companies are winking into the overclocking segment in the global hardware market, because for a basic system, memories are even sufficient at 400 MHz.
A-DATA, a global leader in memory for desktop, mobile and flash drives, plans to introduce new and fast DDR memories to the market to join their fastest Vistesta lineup.
So far, the fastest-graded memories are memories working at 550 megahertz, but the company plans to soon launch memories rated at an incredible speed of 600 (!).
Because Intel's 915P chipset for the new Prescot processors supports both DDR-1 and DDR-2 memories (as opposed to the 925 that only supports DDR-2), and because next-generation Prescot processors are already running at 1066 MHz ( DDR533), the new memories are a great solution for the overclockers in this platform. It can be assumed that these memories will allow users to use relatively low timings at high speed (DDR533) and hopefully also a very nice OverClock that will give a welcome boost. Now we can wait and see if they are better than speed. By the manufacturer.