ADATA Revealed Their Latest Storage and Memory at CES 2019
Peter Donnell / 2 years ago
If you love high-performance storage, then you’ve likely some knowledge of ADATA. Their drives are designed to offer high-performance and reliability but also designed to appeal to enthusiast gaming PC builders. First up, we have the SX6000 (pictured above), nothing too crazy, but still a well equipped M.2 drive.
The one that really caught my attention would be the S5. It features 2100 MB/s read and 1500 MB/s write, as well as capacities of up to 1TB.
The new flagship drive, however, was even better. Their S11 Pro features a mighty 3500 MB/s read and equally impressive 3000 MB/s write.
If you’re after something more colourful, the XPG Spectrix RGB is basically the same drive, but it’s also plastered with awesome RGB lighting that’s sure to add some flair to your motherboard.
XPG New SPECTRIX RGB Memory
Why have RGB lighting just on the top of your RAM? Well, ADATA asked that same question and delivered a solution. Their new RAM features full RGB lighting all over the RAM. However, it’ll still push to 5000 MHz in the right system, and looks totally bitching at the same time. This is going to be a very popular memory kit.
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