By the end of 2006 and moving into 2007, A-Data had launched a new Extreme Edition line of memory products. While still carrying the Vitesta model name, the new EE modules could be identified by the checkered flag logo printed on the spreaders, along with a machined arrowhead swoosh-like symbol. These modules offered very aggressive timings, more comparable to other manufacturers of high-end performance memory, and it is one of these sets of memory sticks I will be taking a look at today, the ADQVD1A16K 2x1GB PC2 6400 Extreme Edition DDR2-800+ Dual Channel Memory Kit.
The A-Data Vitesta EE kit comes shipped in a sealed plastic blister pack to show off the modules, and has a color insert denoting the specific model and capacity, as well as some company information on the back. According to A-Data, each EE kit is hand-tested and matched during a burn-in procedure to guarantee compatibility and performance.
Join me as I take a closer look at the A-Data Extreme Edition Dual Channel memory kit.