ADATA Storage and More at Computex 2017




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ADATA Storage and More at Computex 2017

ADATA Storage

Computex 2017 is crammed full of new SSDs, memory kits and more. Of course, you’ll find many of them at the Adata booth, where they’ve got all their latest and greatest hardware on show.

SR1100

First up, we have the SR1100, their latest Enterprise Server grade drive. It uses 3D MLC NAND and comes in 256, 512, 1TB, and 2TB models.

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SU900

The new SU900 Ultimate comes equipped with 3D MLC NAND Flash, delivering rock solid performance. Of course, you also get extra features like LDPC ECC, and RAID Engine.

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ISSS333

Not the easiest product name to remember, but this industrial drive is built to last. It uses 3D MLC NAND, and offers features like SLC Caching, Cache Buffer, RAID Engine and more for optimal performance.

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XPG Series GAMMIX S10

The latest XPG Series M.2 drives are pretty cool. They use PCIe Gen3x4 for blazing fast performance. This means you’ll get 1800 / 850 MB/s Read and Write. Of course, they use the latest 3D TLC NAND Flash and come in 128, 256, 512, and 1TB variants. Finally, they also come with a 5-year warranty.

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XPG Series GAMMIX D10 DDR4

Their new Unbuffered DIMM modules come in 2400/2800/3000 MHz variants, rated between 1.2V and 1.35V dependant on speed. They’ll also be available in 4GB up to 32GB kits, in both black and red, so lots to choose from here.

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Overclocking

Do you overclock your memory? Their Z1 DDR4 Gaming Memory was demonstrated running at an incredible 4500Hz on the MSI Z270I Gaming Pro Carbon AC!

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XPG SPECTRIX S10 512GB

Need external gaming storage, then check out the new S10, which features their latest 2.5″ SSD for blazing performance that’s extremely portable. Of course, this will appeal to those who need to take their games with them; very handy.

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Speaking of Portability

The new V90 SD cards come with a whopping 256GB of storage and are rated for ultra fast read and write, making them perfect for 8K, 4K, 3D, VR and 360 video recording.

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Time to get Rugged

Need your storage to stay in one piece while you’re scaling a mountain? Of course, you do! The new rugged drives are built to last, with a shock and waterproof design, as well as a handy clip mounting system.

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