ADATA to Show Off 8 TB PCIe Gen5 SSD with Write Speeds Up to 14 GB/S, DDR5-8000, XPG FUSION 1600W Titanium Power Supply, and More at CES 2023

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ADATA is set to show off a bunch of new products at the upcoming CES 2023 in January including memory, SSDs, PSUs, PC chassis, peripherals, and more. ADATA will be attending the in-person event but is also providing an online exhibition and video showcase of the products that will be on display.

CES 2023 Announcement Highlights

  • XPG FUSION 1600W Titanium power supply – ADATA has said it has co-developed this PSU with Delta Electronics
  • More power supplies, including the XPG CYBERCORE II AND CORE REACTOR II series, featuring ATX 3.0/PCIe 5.0 standards
  • XPG PCIe Gen 5 SSD with up to 8 TB of storage and write speeds of up to 14,000 MB/s
  • CXL (Compute Express Link) heavy-duty enterprise memory modules with capacities of up to 16 TB
  • Award-winning ADATA SE920 external USB4 SSD featuring transfer speeds of up to 3,800 MB/s
  • XPG CASTER DDR5 8000 that supports Intel XMP 3.0
  • ADATA ACE DDR5 6400 memory
  • XPG BATTLECRUISER II E-ATX PC Chasis featuring four glass panels and ARGB lighting effects
  • XPG LANCER RGB DDR5 7200 Mera edition memory featuring Mera’s face on the heatsink
  • Brand ambassador MERA EDITION GEAR including chassis, headset, keyboard, mouse, and mousepad

ADATA says that it will also have other gaming-themed products, memory, PC chassis, and peripherals on display as well.

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CES 2023 Announcementent

December 20th, 2022 – ADATA, the world’s leading memory module brand and XPG, their performance and gaming arm, today announced that they will be attending the CES 2023,  where they will showcase a number of new products with the theme “Make it Fusion, Make it Xtreme!”  The feature product to be displayed will be the XPG FUSION 1600W Titanium power supply developed in collaboration with Delta Electronics. Other impressive power supplies also equipped with the latest ATX 3.0 and PCIe 5.0, such as the XPG CYBERCORE II and CORE REACTOR II series will be shown as well.

ADATA will also present impressive offerings in other categories, such as the XPG PCIe Gen5 SSD which offers a patented heat dissipation design, up to 8TB of storage space, and read/write speed of up to 14,000 MB/s. Additionally, ADATA will present other award-winning memory and storage products, as well as gaming focused products in system, chassis, special themed pc build and peripherals categories.

ADATA will also feature solutions for system vendors and other commercial enterprises. Tech enthusiasts should definitely keep an eye out for the CXL (Compute Express Link) memory modules. ADATA will lead the industry in delivering this revolutionary new product to market which will definitely make a visit to the ADATA/XPG booth this year worth your time.

CES 2023 Innovation Award-Winning

Known around the world for their top-quality DRAM and SSD products, ADATA will of course have impressive new products in these categories on display at CES this year. The ADATA SE920 has already won several awards and boasts the title of ‘Fastest External SSD in the World.’ With USB4 architecture, a transfer rate of up to 3800 MB/s, and a patented heat dissipation design, it’s no wonder that this product won the CES 2023 Innovation Award, Taiwan Excellence Award, and Germany’s Red Dot Award.

Equally impressive, the new XPG CASTER DDR5 DRAM will also have a presence at CES. This memory module has a data transfer rate of up to 8,000 MT/s. Not only is this series compatible with both the latest Intel and AMD motherboards, but it also supports Intel XMP 3.0, for easy overclocking. With ADATA’s award-winning components, your games and applications will run faster and smoother than ever before.

Prioritize Form & Function

While ADATA is second to none in performance, the brand also strives to create products that are visually appealing as well. At CES 2023, a number of aesthetically minded, high-performance products will be available for your viewing pleasure. One of the most noteworthy examples will be the ADATA ACE 6400 DDR5 memory module. The combination of top-tier performance and elegant design are impressive enough for this product to have been recognized as a Japan Good Design Award winner. A product like this would look great paired with a set of XPG’s white components and peripherals, a number of which will also be on display at the show this year.

CXL Memory Will Revolutionize Enterprise Solutions

ADATA will lead the market in launching CXL (Compute Express Link) memory modules with system capacities of up to 16TB. These heavy duty units will allow companies and projects of all sizes and types to rapidly improve the capabilities of their systems by expanding their memory resources at an exponential rate. This powerful new product is an excellent choice for intensive computing projects such as AI development, edge computing, cloud servers, and other high-speed transmission enterprises.

Game in Style with XPG

XPG will take their aesthetic offerings to the next level in 2023 with several visually stunning hardware upgrades. The XPG BATTLECRUISER II E-ATX chassis takes the highly acclaimed first generation case with its iconic four tempered glass panels and adds built-in ARGB lighting effects. At CES, you’ll be able to see this impressive upgrade with custom lighting effects made possible with XPG’s free ecosystem management software, XPG PRIME.

XPG’s brand ambassador, Mera, continues to expand her own presence in the XPG product catalogue. This year, XPG introduces MERA EDITION GEAR. This special line of products includes component models from multiple categories either featuring Mera’s face or inspired by her iconic style. The XPG LANCER RGB DDDR5 7200 DRAM Mera Edition, for example, sports Mera’s face directly on the unit’s heatsink. There will also be a Mera themed chassis, headset, keyboard, mouse, and mousepad. With XPG, players can build systems that perform well and show off their style.”

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Peter Brosdahl
As a child of the 70’s I was part of the many who became enthralled by the video arcade invasion of the 1980’s. Saving money from various odd jobs I purchased my first computer from a friend of my dad, a used Atari 400, around 1982. Eventually it would end up being a lifelong passion of upgrading and modifying equipment that, of course, led into a career in IT support.

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