It's been a while since we've seen anything from A-DATA, but like most memory companies they've also decided to ramp up their memory in the MHz department with the release of a PC3-12800 memory or 1600MHz kit.
Not only has the company decided to release a 1600MHz module, they've also mixed it up by adding a fancy cooler to the setup to really help the company stand out from others. It also helps cement the company as not only one that makes plenty of memory for people who want standard JEDEC specs, but also with the ability to be in the systems of the more hardcore users.
This is what it looks like in the paper department anyway and whether or not they actually translate into some good performing modules remains to be seen. What we'll do quickly is have a closer look at the package and the modules before seeing how they clock up and then we'll check out the performance results we get from the modules.