ADATA has shared what they will be showing off at the big event next week which is the long-awaited COMPUTEX 2023.


Let’s start with something interesting. Some of you may know that PCIe 5.0 NVMe SSDs have started entering the market and ADATA will be one of the earliest to do so with the new Project NeonStorm and LEGEND 970.

The former combines aluminum alloy, water cooling, and dual fans to deliver exceptional cooling performance while the latter enhances heat dissipation efficiency with extruded aluminum fins and large-size fans.

Speeds-wise, they can achieve read and write speeds of 14GB/s and 12GB/s for Project NeonStorm and 10GB/s in/out for the LEGEND 970.

For those looking for portability, the SE920 external SSD features patented heat dissipation technology, including an extendable case and micro-fan, and boasts a next-generation USB4 interface with read speeds of up to 3,800MB/s.


For industrial and HPC platforms, ADATA also has something up its sleeves. For one, the CXL memory module enables servers to expand memory capacities up to 16TB which can overcome certain limitations in AI and HPC without affecting the cost factor.

On the other hand, the Compression Attached Memory Module (CAMM) next-generation memory standard first developed by Dell, will see the piece of hardware getting branded under a different manufacturer for once.

Lastly, the dual in-line memory module DDR5 8400 MR-DIMM takes advantage of the latest generation data buffer by doubling data transmission capacity to boost overall operating efficiency.

by taking advantage of its 57% thinner form factor compared to traditional SO-DIMM, reduced power consumption, and improved heat dissipation.


Now let’s move over to the gamer side where there are a lot of different products to cover. For starters, you have the Xenia 15G and Xenia 16P gaming laptops where the 15G packs an Intel i7-13700H plus NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop GPU while the 16P does so with a full Team Red AMD Ryzen 9 7940HS + AMD Radeon RX 7600M XT graphics card instead.

There are also various new PSUs like the FUSION, CORE REACTOR II, and CYBERCORE II offering different sizes and wattage ratings for your new build where all of them ATX 3.0 compliant.

Speaking of which, they also teased Project Zeus, a special PSU created in collaboration with Cybernetics made for the AI-training gang since it has the capability to deliver stable power to up to 4x RTX 4090 with ease. But this will come at a later date.

Details for the PC chassis and peripherals are not shared with us at this time so we’ll add them up when they are being exhibited over at the event.


Environmental sustainability is also a key factor to running a business nowadays especially in the IT world so ADATA is going to put out some new products such as the HC300 ECO thin external HDD and UC310 ECO swivel flash drive where both of them is made from a high ratio of Post Consumer Recycled (PCR) materials that reduce carbon dioxide emissions by up to 48%.

Aside from the duo, the ACE memory series and LEGEND 960 MAX were given the 2022 Japan GOOD DESIGN Award where the DRAM offers high-quality aluminum gray heat sink and remarkable nano-printing with unique coating while the SSD offers a spacious 4TB capacity and read/write speeds of up to 7.4GB/s and 6.8GB/s.

Portable memory cards are also enriched through the SD 7.0/SD 7.1/SD 8.0 Express memory cards offering industry-record speeds and longevity.


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