February 23, 2024
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ADATA announced new products during Computex 2023, seeking to evoke sustainability and innovation

ADATA, a leading brand in the manufacture of memory modules and flash memories, in association with its subsidiary for gaming and high performance, XPG, was present at the world's largest hardware exhibition, Computex 2023, where it presented all its latest innovations in search of taking innovation to a new level while promoting sustainability in its products.

This year's theme was “The Leader of the Xtreme Future – Infinite Innovation”, so ADATA pushed its products to the max during the fair. Some of the products on display include the most powerful PCIe Gen5 SSD to date, CLX memory modules, the 1600 Plus Titanium certified XPG FUSION 80W power supply, and various solutions for professionals.

The latest in memory and SSDs from ADATA

ADATA introduced two new PCIe Gen5 SSDs with proprietary cooling technologies to get the most out of them: The LEGEND 970 SSD, equipped with an aluminum heatsink and active cooling, and the SSD known internally as Project NeonStorm, equipped with liquid cooling and two fans for maximum possible cooling. These SSDs have read/write speeds of 10.000/10.000 MB/s and 14.000/12.000 MB/s respectively, allowing maximum performance on the latest platforms from both AMD and Intel.

On the side of DDR5 RAM memories, ADATA presented a new version of its XPG CASTER memories with a speed of 9000 MT/s, R-DIMM modules of up to 6000 MT/s, modules with CAMM format, CLX modules with capacities of up to 16TB , and R-DIMMs with speeds up to 8400 MT/s, offering full-speed options for all possible environments and uses.

ATX 3.0 power supplies for all needs, led by the new XPG FUSION 1600 TITANIUM

ADATA also showcased a wide range of ATX 3.0 certified power supplies at Computex, led by the new XPG FUSION 1600 TITANIUM designed in collaboration with DELTA. This power supply is 80 Plus Titanium certified, 100% modular cabling, two 12VHPWR (12+4) connectors for the latest Nvidia graphics cards, and digital control via XPG PRIME software.

In addition to the FUSION 1600 TITANIUM, ADATA also showcased its CYBERCORE II TITANIUM and CORE REACTOR II power supplies, also ATX 3.0 certified and equipped with 12VHPWR connectors to take full advantage of the latest generation hardware from AMD, Intel, and Nvidia.

New XPG XENIA laptops, to bring maximum performance everywhere

If you need to take a high-performance laptop with you, XPG also has you covered with its new XENIA 15G and XENIA 16P laptops. The XENIA 15G features a 15.6” IPS panel with 1080p resolution and 144Hz refresh rate, an Intel Core i7-13700H processor, up to a GeForce RTX 4070, up to 32GB of 5 MT/s DDR5600 RAM, and a LEGEND SSD 850 PCIe Gen 4 of 1TB, while the XENIA 16P offers a 16.1” IPS panel with 100% coverage of the sRGB space, 1080p resolution, and 144Hz rate or an IPS panel with 1440p resolution and 165Hz refresh rate, up to a Ryzen 9 7940HS, a Radeon RX 7600M XT, 32GB of 5MT/s ADATA DDR5600 memory, and a 850TB Legend 1 SSD, offering high-performance options for both those who prefer AMD and those who prefer Intel.

Sustainable solutions to collaborate with the environment

Sustainability is a fundamental pillar in this industry, and ADATA does not forget about it. The company presented its new HC300 ECO external hard drive and its UC310 ECO USB flash drive, made with 35% recycled plastic and with optimizations in the production process that reduce emissions during manufacturing by up to 48%. This is just the first step in the sustainable future proposed by the company, which is working on a complete new line of products made with a percentage of recycled plastic, and new optimizations of its production chain in search of reducing carbon emissions.

Learn more about ADATA announcements on its official page

If you want to know all the products announced by ADATA during Computex 2023, you can visit its official page by visiting the following link: https://event.adata.com/computex2023/en.

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