ADATA Technology will announce a new family of RAM, peripheral gaming, and so we make the news, the first M.2 SSD in the market to incorporate LED RGB lighting at CES 2019. For now only known as XPG SPECTRIX, we find a gaming SSD that seems to be identical to the XPG GAMMIX S11 Pro, RGB lightning on each side of the aluminum shroud.

This unit will use a PCI-Express 3.0 x4 interface through a M.2 2280 port that would mount SLC 3D NAND Flash chips together with DRAM memory as a cache, promising sequential speeds worthy of a top-of-the-range unit, which translates into read and write speeds of up to 3500/3000 MB / s respectively, while the 4K random read and write is summarized at 390,000 / 380,000 IOPS.

Because it is a unit of high performance, and reaches high temperatures that’s why it also incorporates a cooling system in the form of an aluminum dissipato, inspired by the design of a sports vehicle, which promises to reduce the temperature by up to 10ºC.

ADATA XPG new RGB DDR4 RAM for CES 2019
ADATA XPG new RGB DDR4 RAM for CES 2019