With Intel Core i9-9750H CPU and Nvidia GTX 1660 Ti or RTX 2070 Max-Q
ADATA has unveiled its 15.6-inch XPG Xenia gaming laptop, the first ADATA laptop that comes as a design collaboration with Intel. The ADATA XPG Xenia comes with an Intel Core i7-9750H Coffee Lake CPU and a choice between Nvidia's GTX 1660 Ti or an RTX 2070 Max-Q GPU.
Pearl, Indigo, and Sage
It appears that there will be plenty of PCIe 4.0-based NVMe on the market soon, as ADATA is currently working on a total of three new PCIe 4.0 SSDs, called Pearl, Indigo, and Sage.
Offering up to 3,500/3,000 MB/s performance
ADATA has released its latest XPG series PCIe Gen3x4 SSD, the XPG SX8100 which will come in a standard M.2 2280 form-factor and be available in 512GB, 1TB, and 2TB capacities.
Ranging from 3000MHz to 4133MHz
ADATA has released its latest XPG SPECTRIX D60G DDR4 memory that will feature RGB lights on over 60 percent of module surface area and come in various kit configurations and frequency ranging from 3000MHz to 4133MHz.
New overclocking record
ADATA was proud to announce that its XPG Spectrix D80 RGB memory module has hit 5,584MHz while running on a 9th generation Core i9 CU and Z390 motherboard.
GAMMIX S5 SSD and GAMMIX D30 DDR4 in tow
ADATA has unveiled three new products in its storage and memory lineup, the new XPG SX8200 Pro M.2 SSD, as well as the GAMMIX S5 M.2 SSD and GAMMIX D30 DDR4 memory.
Realtek controller with 3D TLC NAND
ADATA has unveiled its latest XPG SX6000 Pro SSD lineup which will be available in capacities of up to 1TB and use Realtek's controller in combination with 3D TLC NAND, reaching sequential performance of up to 2100/1400 MB/s.
In partnership with Asus and TUF Gaming Alliance
ADATA has unveiled its newest XPG Spectrix D41 TUF Gaming Edition RGB DDR4 memory which was developed in partnership with Asus in order to fit their TUF Gaming motherboards.
With LN2 cooling
ADATA was keen to announce that its XPG Spectrix D80 RGB memory module has hit a rather impressive 5531MHz under LN2 cooling, which is quite a feat.
With a hybrid liquid-air heatsink
ADATA has pushed its XPG Spectrix DDR4 line of memory kits to a whole new level with the new D80 modules which will be available with frequencies of up to 5,000MHz and use a unique hybrid liquid-air heatsink.