ADATA, presented several new products at CES through a digital event called The Future of Gaming, including a gaming ultrabook, the first DDR5 DRAM modules, cases, AiO liquid cooling systems, peripheral management software and lightning-fast internal SSDs and external.
The XPG XENIA Xe Ultrabook was developed in collaboration with Intel and is aimed at users looking for a complete product that is easy to carry, but also powerful enough for gaming, content creation and daily productivity.
We are talking about a 15.6 “with Full HD IPS touch panel, which sports an elegant and contemporary design characterized by a high quality CNC machined anodized aluminum frame, a profile equal to 11mm at the thinnest point, a weight of 1 , 6kg and a battery with an autonomy of about 16 hours.
Under the hood we find 11th generation Intel Core processors such as the i5-1135G7 or i7-1165G7 with Iris Xe integrated graphics and a very fast 1TB XPG PCIe Gen4 SSD.
XPG PRIME software is a software ecosystem that connects all the user’s XPG devices for a better gaming experience, which we already tested during the review of the Summoner keyboard and now finally in an updated version.
With the XPG PRIME, users can easily customize their devices with lighting effects and various functions on a complete and intuitive user interface.
After logging in through an XPG PRIME account, users can access their settings on the devices themselves or on cloud-based storage.
GRIT, on the other hand, is an application designed to help gamers improve their first-person gaming (FPS) skills through multiple training and analytics modules.
The application allows users to practice different FPS scenarios and collects various metrics to analyze to improve the gameplay.
The GAMMIX S70, soon available also in Italy, is a very fast PCie Gen4 SSD that offers sequential peak speeds of 7000 MB / s in reading and 6400 MB / s in writing and a maximum IOPS number of 1000 / 800K in random mode on small files.
The new SSD is equipped with a high-performance 8-channel controller, the Innogrit Rainier IG5236, and Toshiba 3D NAND TLC memories assisted by a DRAM buffer and by the proprietary Dynamic SLC Caching algorithm through which a portion of memory is used to emulate the features of the SLC type NAND, increasing the performance in reading and writing.
Particularly the cooling system CoolArmor patented by XPG, to tell the truth decidedly impressive, able to reduce the temperatures by a good 30% at the expense, however, of compatibility with different motherboards unless it is removed.
Also confirmed is the DEFENDER PRO, a Mid Tower in E-ATX format in SPCC steel and 3mm tempered glass (for the left side panel), which can accommodate 380mm long graphics cards (also mounted vertically), air coolers for CPUs with a maximum height of 170mm and feeders with a depth of up to 220mm.
With dimensions of 492x220x441mm and a weight of 8.14kg, the new case has been designed with an eye on internal ventilation, thanks to a fully mesh front and the possibility of installing up to seven fans, of which three present as standard.
The DEFENDER PRO is available in black or white.
Also present is the STARKER, a compact case in ATX format characterized by a minimal and elegant design with ARGB LEDs, an innovative dust filter and the possibility of installing the video card vertically.
The new STARKER, in fact, is equipped with a particular filter located on the front, incredibly easy to remove, which facilitates and “encourages” cleaning operations to prevent the accumulation of unpleasant and potentially harmful dust.
Finally, the frame allows the installation of an air heatsink up to 165mm high and a power supply unit up to 160mm deep and is designed to offer excellent airflow by supporting six fans (two of which are VENTO 120mm installed as standard). ) and several radiators, specifically one of 360mm on the front, one of 280mm on the top and one of 120mm on the rear.
The LEVANTE PRO is a high-end liquid cooling system, for now only with a 360mm radiator, which uses a seventh generation Asetek pump with PWM control, three XPG VENTO PRO 120 PWM fans.
The 2.1 “color LCD display on the top of the pump / waterblock block is captivating, capable of providing real-time information on CPU and GPU frequencies and temperatures, voltages and, if desired, also logos or customized images.
ADATA is also preparing to launch new DDR5 memory modules that will equip future Intel Alder Lake platforms due out in the second half of 2021.
ADATA has worked closely with two of the main motherboard manufacturers, namely MSI and GIGABYTE, carrying out joint tests to ensure maximum compatibility and high overclocking capacity.
ADATA’s new DDR5 memory will offer peak speeds of 8400 MT / s and single module capacity up to 64GB.
The modules will also be equipped with features such as error correction (ECC) for greater accuracy, as well as maximum reliability and functionality in power management for improved energy efficiency thanks to an operating voltage of only 1.1V.
With the growing amount of user-generated content and the rollout of 5G networks around the world, content creators and professionals are looking for more and more high-capacity, high-performance memory cards to meet their needs.
To meet this demand, ADATA will introduce a new Express SD card by Q2 2021.
Taking advantage of the new SD7.0 and PCIe Gen3x1 specification, the card will offer read / write speeds of up to 880/400 MB / s, performance on par with an external SSD but in an extremely compact form factor.
Lastly we have a lightning-fast sternum drive, the SE900, featuring a durable metal back shell for a premium look, excellent heat dissipation, and rugged durability to combine form and function.
In the upper part there is a large panel on which a series of overlapping lines are impressed which during operation light up creating a very pleasant RGB effect.
The new external SSD supports USB 3.2 Gen2x2 interface and can provide read and write speeds of up to 2000MB / s for blazing fast data transfers.
Put simply, users will only need fifty seconds to transfer a 50GB 4K movie, which is up to twelve times faster than most external drives on the market.
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