During the event that took place last night and that you can see below, the manufacturer has shown all the products that it has already prepared for launch in the remainder of the year, although it is true that for its DDR5 RAM they have warned that you will not see light up until Intel’s Alder Lake-S platform will be the first to support this new generation of RAM.
ADATA XPG with DDR5 RAM up to 12.6 GHz
ADATA has introduced its next generation RAM memory modules, with frequencies of 8,400 MT / s (up to 163% more than DDR4), with a performance increase that will allow the new generation of PCs to have a performance never seen before. These RAMs will run at just 1.1V and will come in capacities up to 64GB per kit.
On the other hand, and already within its XPG gaming division, ADATA has also talked about its next generation of extreme performance DDR5 RAM memories for Alder Lake-S, with a model that, as you can see in the screenshot above, will work at 12,600 MT / s but yes, their voltage will rise to 1.6V and the generation of heat will skyrocket, so they will be equipped with quite leading heatsinks to avoid overheating. As we’ve mentioned before, we won’t see these RAMs, the theoretically fastest in the world so far, until Intel launches its Alder Lake platform at the end of the year or early next year.
SSD, power supplies and peripherals
During the ADATA XPG conference, the manufacturer has surprised locals and strangers with a list of products prepared to launch quite forcefully and covering many different market segments. Until now ADATA focused more on memory products, but now it is going to be immersed in other market segments such as power supplies or gaming peripherals, where it already had some products but without much success so far.
So, soon we will see the new ADATA LEGEND with PCI-Express 4.0 interface and that promise read speeds of up to 7,400 MBs, adding to the list of manufacturers that have SSDs of more than 7,000 MB / s, but they will also present other models such as the GAMMIX S70 Blade, the S70 or the S50 Lite, all of them with a PCI-Express 4.0 interface to adapt to how storage technology has evolved in recent times.
Another interesting product of those presented is its memory card ADATA Premier Extreme SDXC PCI Express, which will significantly boost memory card performance by delivering speeds of up to 800MB / s read and 700MB / s write, ideal for high-performance, high-definition video recording systems.
On the other hand, ADATA XPG also enters the segment of power supplies with its XPG CYBERCORE with 80 Plus Platinum efficiency certification and a power of up to 1,300 watts in its top-of-the-range model (it will also be available in models with 1,000 and 850 watts). ADATA has not said when they will be available or at what prices, but we can predict that they will be quite expensive.
ADATA XPG will even launch Ultrabooks
Perhaps we could say that the manufacturer is “getting into a shirt of eleven rods”, but they have also presented two laptops from their new family XENIA, one of them directly in collaboration with Intel. They are teams that obviously integrate 11th generation Intel processors and with quite interesting hardware, such as configurations of 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of NVMe SSD, but while the 14-inch model is an Ultrabook based on autonomy and portability, the truly interesting is the 15-inch model designed with Intel, since this model is perfectly valid for gaming by integrating a dedicated graphics card RTX 3060 or RTX 3070 (hardware configuration can be customized, sure).
At the moment, the manufacturer has not said anything about the specific launch date or price, only that like everything else they will be available in 2021, so we will have to wait.