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Computex 2024: Netac’s audio sunglasses, new SSDs and DDR5 RAM

Leo checks in with Netac to take a look at the new NV7000-Q SSD, launching this week alongside Computex. We also get a look at what Netac has going on in the DDR5 memory market. 

Netac is back at Computex this year armed with a brand new SSD. The new NV7000-Q is a PCIe Gen 4 M.2 SSD, with max read/write speeds of 7100MB/s and 6200MB/s respectively. The SSD supports a heatsink so you can add extra cooling, and LDPC error-correcting code technology should keep your system ticking along without issues.

Netac also has other M.2 SSDs already available on the market, including an M.2 2242 option for those looking to upgrade the storage in a handheld gaming system like the Steam Deck. If you need a speedy or rugged drive for taking important data on the go, then Netac also has a bunch of external drives, like the ZX20 and the K390.

Netac also has a range of DDR5 memory on the market, including Netac Z RGB and Netac Shadow RGB. The former is the flagship, offering speeds of up to 8000MT/s, while the latter is aimed towards the gaming PC market, offering more sensible speeds of up to 6200MT/s and therefor, lower pricing.

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