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Adata XPG unveils the Battlecruiser II E-ATX PC case

The XPG Battlecruiser returns this year. This month, Adata is launching the XPG Battlecruister II, a new E-ATX chassis with new improvements based on customer feedback. There is also a new version of the XPG Prime Box on the way to help simplify your RGB lighting and thermal monitoring.  The …

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Adata XPG introduces new Lancer DDR5 and Spectrix DDR4 memory kits

Adata XPG has recently announced the release of various new memory modules. Starting with DDR5 memory, there are the new Lancer Blade, Lancer Blade RGB, and Lancer RGB ROG-certified memory modules. Additionally, it also introduced new DDR4 memory modules, the Gammix D35 and Spectrix D35G. Starting with the Lancer Blade …

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Adata launches Legend 960 PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD

Adata will soon expand its SSD offerings with the Legend 960. Aimed at creators and professionals, the built-in heatspreader allows you to mount the SSD in desktops and compact notebooks. However, even if not directed at gamers, you can also mount the Legend 960 inside a PS5. Available with up …

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XPG sets record for overclocked DDR5 memory

JEDEC's standard for DDR5 memory sets its clock speed at 4800 MT/s. Compared to what DDR4 offers, that's already a pretty decent upgrade. However, like DDR4 memory, the modules can be pushed way beyond the JEDEC standard through overclocking. XPG did just that, pushing a DDR5 memory module to over …

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Adata reveals ultra-fast DDR5 memory and more during “Xtreme Innovation” event

During its “Xtreme Innovation” event this week, Adata unveiled a slew of upcoming PC hardware, including DDR5 memory, new SSDs, laptops and even gaming peripherals. The highlight of course is the new DDR5 memory module, which is capable of hitting speeds up to 12600MT/s.  During the event, Adata unveiled specifications …

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Adata introduces the XPG Primer gaming mouse

XPG, ADATA's gaming-focused sub-brand, is about to launch its new Primer gaming mouse. The Primer was made for gamers, “whether you’re a veteran that likes a simple mouse with attitude” or a newbie looking to improve your skill. Featuring Omron switches, a 12000 DPI sensor, and multiple “design touches for …

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ADATA debuts new Falcon NVMe SSD

ADATA has launched a new M.2 SSD drive. The Falcon SSD is capable of reaching sustained read/write speeds of up to 3100 and 1500MB/s respectively, using a PCIe Gen3 x4 interface that complies with the NVMe 1.3 standard. This new solid state drive from ADARA uses the M.2 2280 form …

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Adata announces its new Ultimate SU720 SSD

Adata has just announced its latest SSD, the Ultimate SU720. Featuring 3D NAND memory and intelligent SLC caching, Adata claims the Ultimate SU720 SSD is the “ideal offering” for anyone in search of an SSD upgrade. Reaching sequential read/write speeds of up to 520/450MB and 4K random read/write IOPS of up to 50K/65K, …

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ADATA announces the ISSS333 3D TLC SSD

ADATA has launched the ISSS333, a 2.5in 3D TLC SSD with power loss protection (PLP). Designed for “applications that require durability, reliability, and high capacities”, the ISSS333 SSD uses a SATA III 6Gb/s interface to deliver transfer speeds of up to 560/520MBps. With capacities ranging from 64GB to 2TB and an extensive …

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Adata unveils XPG Hunter DDR4 memory module series

Adata has announced it is introducing a new line of XPG DDR4 memory modules to its current range. The new XPG Hunter DDR4 series is geared towards gamers and PC enthusiasts looking for high-performance DDR4 memory solutions. The new XPG Hunter series from Adata offers remarkable performance and efficiency. Overclocking …

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ADATA introduces the IM2P33E8 M.2 SSD

AMD’s decision to introduce PCIe 4.0 into its X570 chipset has provided manufacturers with a mainstream consumer desktop platform to introduce high bandwidth devices. Since the introduction of AMD X570, we have seen a stack of new products from various vendors offering GPUs and storage options to support the new …

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