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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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ADATA XPG SX930 240GB SSD Review

Today we are looking at the ADATA XPG SX930, a drive focused on gamers utilizing ‘enterprise grade’ MLC NAND. Past XPG-series products have performed very well but will this drive continue that legacy? Let’s find out… The XPG SX930 SATA 6Gb/s SSD is specifically for gamers and apparently overclockers as well with …

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Kingston remains world’s No. 1 memory module supplier

The year 2014 was very favourable for producers of dynamic random access memory as well as for makers of various DRAM modules thanks to rather high prices and stable demand for personal computers and other devices. Kingston Technology remained the top producer of memory modules on the planet with nearly …

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Adata’s and G.Skill’s DDR4 memory modules hit 4GHz with air cooling

Adata, one of the world’s largest independent makers of memory modules, and G.Skill, a leading producer of enthusiast-class memory solutions for overclockers, this week said that their commercially available DDR4 modules can hit 4.0GHz frequency without use of extreme cooling methods. Engineers from Adata used MSI’s X99 Xpower AC mainboard, …

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Adata unleashes 2.80GHz XPG Z1 DDR4 overclocking memory

Adata, one of the world’s largest independent suppliers of memory modules, on Thursday introduced its first family of DDR4 memory solutions aimed at enthusiasts. Unfortunately, the Adata XPG Z1 DDR4 memory will not be faster than the top-of-the-range DDR3 memory modules from other makers, yet, it will still allow to …

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Adata begins to officially sell DDR4 memory modules, unveils prices

Adata, one of the world’s largest independent makers of memory modules, this week introduced its first commercial DDR4 memory modules designed for high-end desktop (HEDT) PCs based on Intel Corp.’s Core i7-5800/5900-series “Haswell-E” microprocessors. The company even revealed recommended prices of its DDR4 products for the U.K. market. At present …

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ADATA Sponsors Accelerating Innovation Summit 2013

With a guest list of speakers that includes Intel, LSI, Box, VMWare and the Open Compute Project, AIS (Accelerating Innovation Summit) is a major conference aimed squarely at how the data processing market can handle the next generation of datacentric processing. Adata has put its hand in its pocket to …

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ADATA announces UK pricing for SE720 external SSD

Everyone needs to be able to back-up crucial files and while the cloud is watching and waiting, sustained mobile data transfer rates across the UK mean that a physical drive and connection are often a better choice in 2013. With data transfer rates up to 445MB/sec, ADATA has a new …

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ADATA XPG V2 3100MHz 8GB Memory Kit Review

Targeting extreme enthusiasts with recording-breaking overclock aspirations, ADATA’s 3100MHz XPG V2 memory kit is designed to be the best of the best when it comes to raw frequency. Can the 3.1GHz kit’s performance and overclocking potential prove that it currently sits at the top of the enthusiast memory pecking order? …

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ADATA XPG V2 2800MHz 8GB Memory Kit Review

It’s ADATA’s turn to add to the barrage of high-speed memory kits entering the limelight now that Intel’s Haswell processors have been released. Can version two of the company’s XPG kit prove that it is memory with strong overclocking potential? Available in eight and sixteen gigabyte capacities with speeds as …

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ADATA launches 3,100MHz memory for very serious users

While most of the PC using population is content snoozing around with 1600MHz memory, ADATA has just moved the goal posts a little bit higher. KitGuru pulls out a stop watch to investigate. How much is anything worth?  It’s an interesting question and one that permeates every aspect of life …

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ADATA executes memorable price cut on DDR3

While the economy is still recovering slowly, it’s not fast enough for the IT industry. As a result, we’re seeing some significant price drops on the kind of kit that everygeek needs – like 2x4GB of DDR3 1600MHz memory. KitGuru scans OcUK for details. For several years now, whether you …

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