A treasure trove of memories
After blinding us with a 2.5" SSD, of all things, Adata was finally out of new storage gear to show us. We concluded our tour of the booth with a glimpse of some new RAM products. Adata's old XPG V3 DDR3 sticks are still chugging merrily along in our test rigs, so we were interested to see what's cooking on the memory front.
Adata's XPG Gammix D10 DIMMs are fairly vanilla mid-to-high-end DDR4 sticks. They come in speeds ranging from 2400 MT/s to 3000 MT/s, voltages from 1.2V to 1.35V, and capacities from 4 GB to 32 GB (we presume per module). All variants come with heatsinks in red or black motifs. There are no RGB LEDs on these modules.
Adata's XPG Z1 DDR4 has been on the market for a while, but the company is issuing an updated version with a lightning-fast 4500 MT/s XMP profile. If ornate heatspreaders and easy overclocking are your cup of tea, look no further.
Whew, that was a lot of SSDs to talk about. There's little doubt that some of these units will make their way into our storage labs over the coming months. Stay tuned for more of TR's storage coverage.
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