Adata adds to the RGB-lighted memory race with its Spectrix D40 line. We check out the performance and tuneability of its AX4U300038G16-QRS to answer the question of value.
Barely a week after announcing its 5GHz overclocking achievement, Adata officially released the Spectrix D41 RGB memory.
Adata couldn’t let G.Skill sit complacently with its recently announced achievement of overclocking an air-cooled DDR4 memory kit to 5,000MHz.
Adata's gaming product line, XPG, rolls out a new SATA SSD with up to 1TB capacity, 560 MB/s performance, and a five-year warranty.
Adata's XPG line targets gamers and extreme users but can a metal heatsink over an entry-level NVMe SSD satisfy the target audience's demands for high-performance?
It might sound like a tax software, but Infarex is actually the name Adata chose for its newest gaming peripherals: the M10 mouse and R10 mousepad.
Adata released its latest NVMe 1.2 SSD, the XPG SX9000, with the hope of catering to "gamers and PC overclockers."
Adata finally tames Micron's 3D NAND, but the magic came from SMI's new firmware. Armed with new-found glory, can Micron 3D compete with Samsung 3D?
All the cool kids are adding RGB lighting to their products. Adata, not wanting to be left behind, announced the XPG Spectrix D40 RGB DDR4 line of enthusiast memory.
Adata enters the low-cost NVMe fray with 3D NAND and an eye on Intel's 600p market share. The SX8000 has a few surprises that may appeal to shoppers.
Dazzle LEDs add light effects to Adata’s XPG memory, but what is the price of bling? We compare its DDR4-2800 16GB kit to some unlit rivals to see if it’s still a reasonable bargain.
Adata is the first independent fab customer to bring a 3D NAND consumer SSD to market. It's a big deal but is it enough to call this drive the Ultimate SU800?
Adata's SP550 is the first SSD to hit our lab with Silicon Motion's new SM2256 controller paired with SK Hynix NAND. But does it compete with Samsung's prolific 850 EVO?
ADATA released several new SO-DIMM memory kits based on the DDR4 memory standard and new memory modules.