Intel and ADATA are committed to providing a perfect experience for gamers and creators
Taipei, Taiwan – October 17, 2023 – ADATA, the world’s leading brand for memory modules and flash memory and Intel recommended partner, in conjunction with its e-sports brand XPG (Xtreme Performance Gear), announces that XPG’s complete range of DDR5 memory modules and ADATA Gen5 SSDs fully support the latest Intel® Core™ processor (14th gen) platform. The recent launch of this latest 14th Gen desktop processor platform emphasized its placing as the fastest processor in the world. Not only does this processor multi-task gaming and heavy workloads, but it also delivers amazing across-the-board performance, in line with the brand appeal fostered by ADATA and XPG. Together, we are committed to providing e-sports enthusiasts and creators with the fastest and most reliable experience available.
XPG DDR5 memory and ADATA PCIe 5.0 SSDs fully support Intel’s latest desktop platform
ADATA has partnered with Intel and the world’s foremost motherboard brands to conduct compatibility testing on XPG DDR5 memory modules and ADATA PCIe 5.0 SSDs in preparation for Intel® Core™ processors (14th gen). Although the most common clock speed in the DDR5 market is currently 5600MT/s, XPG LANCER DDR5 memory modules successfully achieved an ultra-high clock speed of 8,000MT/s during testing and also support Intel XMP Ready to successfully overclock from 8,400MT/s to 9,900MT/s. The ADATA LEGEND 970 PCIe 5.0 SSD was tested at up to an ultra-high 10,000 MB/s sequential read and write speed with 4K random write speed reaching up to 1,400K, delivering a smooth and ultra-efficient desktop experience to gamers and creators alike.
XPG LANCER 8000 DDR5 available soon in 4Q23
ADATA and its e-sports brand XPG carefully select the best memory components to match high-performance multi-layer PCB designs, which undergo a battery of rigorous tests to produce memory modules with the highest system compatibility. As Intel releases its latest Intel® Core™ processor (14th gen) platform, XPG LANCER DDR5, ADATA’s flagship gaming memory module, will soon launch its latest clock speeds of 7600MT/s, 8000MT/s and 8400MT/s in Q4. Together, these two advances will provide consumers with a more reliable and efficient desktop platform. When players upgrade to the latest generation of Intel processors and use LANCER DDR5 memory, they will personally experience excellent multi-tasking performance whether playing games or producing their latest creations.
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