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ADATA and XPG announces support for 14th Gen Intel Core processors

by Warren

ADATA and its esports brand XPG, has declared its unwavering support for Intel’s newly unveiled 14th Gen Core processors. ADATA emphasizes that XPG’s entire line of DDR5 memory modules and ADATA’s Gen5 SSDs are fully optimized for this latest Intel platform, which is being lauded as the world’s fastest processor.

This groundbreaking 14th Gen Intel processor has raised the bar with its unparalleled multitasking capabilities for both gaming and heavy-duty tasks. Its stellar performance aligns perfectly with the ethos and brand reputation that ADATA and XPG have cultivated over the years. Both entities remain staunchly dedicated to equipping e-sports aficionados and creative professionals with unmatched speed and reliability.

Compatibility Testing Ensures Seamless Performance

In anticipation of the 14th Gen Intel Core processor release, ADATA joined forces with Intel and top-tier motherboard manufacturers to run comprehensive compatibility assessments. The goal was to ensure the XPG DDR5 memory modules and ADATA PCIe 5.0 SSDs synergize flawlessly with this latest Intel desktop platform.

While the industry-standard clock speed for DDR5 memory currently hovers around 5600MT/s, ADATA’s XPG LANCER DDR5 memory modules have shattered this benchmark, clocking in at a staggering 8,000MT/s during evaluations. These modules are also compatible with Intel XMP Ready, enabling them to overclock impressively from 8,400MT/s to a whooping 9,900MT/s. Additionally, the ADATA LEGEND 970 PCIe 5.0 SSD exhibited spectacular results, with sequential read and write speeds reaching up to 10,000 MB/s. Its 4K random write speed also achieved a remarkable 1,400K, guaranteeing a fluid and hyper-efficient user experience for both gamers and content creators.

The XPG LANCER 8000 DDR5 Set to Debut in Q4 2023

In their ongoing pursuit of perfection, ADATA and XPG employ meticulous selection processes to pair top-grade memory components with advanced multi-layer PCB designs. This combination undergoes a stringent testing regimen to yield memory modules that boast unmatched system compatibility.

In tandem, ADATA plans to roll out its flagship gaming memory module, the XPG LANCER DDR5. This memory powerhouse will feature clock speeds of 7600MT/s, 8000MT/s, and 8400MT/s, hitting the markets in Q4. These technological strides are poised to offer users a more dependable and streamlined desktop experience. As users transition to the newest Intel generation and incorporate LANCER DDR5 memory into their setups, they can anticipate a dramatic surge in multitasking efficiency, be it in gaming or content creation.

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geometry dash subzero
1 month ago

The ADATA LEGEND 970 PCIe 5.0 SSD demonstrated remarkable performance, with sequential read and write rates of up to 10,000 MB/s.

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