At its Xtreme Innovation, ADATA unveiled new products in many categories

ADATA’s own and XPG brand’s comprehensive range of novelties includes, for example, DDR5 memories, SSD drives, the first USB4 external SSD drive, as well as a power supply and wireless gaming headphones.

Memory manufacturer ADATA has held its own Extreme Innovation virtual event where it released new products in several categories. However, the biggest interest is in the DDR5 memories of the company’s game brand XPG, which will be released later this year.

Overclocked memories have traditionally cared little about JEDEC’s official speed classes. In its event, ADATA teased about new DDR5 memories to be released under the XPG brand, which would reach speeds of up to DDR5-12600. The JEDEC standard currently defines speeds for only about half of XPG’s intent, i.e. DDR5-6400, and not even future plans can find speeds above DDR5-8400. XPG’s DDR5-12600 memories are said to operate at 1.1-1.6 volts depending on speed, while JEDEC specifies 1.1 volts.

In addition, PCIe 4.0-based Gammix S70 Blade, S70 and S50 Lite SSDs, 80Plus Platinum-certified Cybercore power supplies up to 1,300 watts and a Precog Aero wireless headset are being launched under the XPG brand. Precob Aero comes with a 2.4 GHz USB-C transmitter, which allows them to be used on smartphones, for example. Alongside the products, a new XPG Prime management application will be released, which will centralize the management of all the company’s products within the same application. In addition, new Xenia 14 and 15 gaming laptops with Intel’s 11th generation processors and, for the 15-inch model, NVIDIA’s RTX 30 series graphics cards will be released.

The final touch to XPG table setting is the company’s GRIT training software. Game Reaction Intensity Training brings together several sets of different virtual training rooms in a single shell, designed to enhance a player’s skills. GRIT is said to utilize artificial intelligence to point out specific weaknesses in a player’s performance that should be focused on developing. Initially, GRIT’s range of exercises will cover the skills needed in FPS games, but the company also intends to add exercises suitable for other genres.

Under ADATA’s own name, memories operating at a maximum speed of DDR5-8400 with an operating voltage of 1.1 volts as defined by JEDEC will enter the market more moderately. According to the company, the legend series PCIe 4.0 bus SSDs reach read speeds of 7400 MB / s at their best, while the company’s first SE420 SSD with USB4 bus is promised read speeds of about 4000 MB / s.

The event can be viewed live on YouTube via an embed in the news.

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