ADATA and XPG SSDs revealed at Computex 2023

Onur Demirkol
May 31, 2023

ADATA and XPG have revealed their newest SSDs, NeonStorm 14 GB/s Gen5 SSDs, Legend 10 GB/s Gen5 SSDs, and Caster RGB DDR5-9000 Memory.

Brands are showcasing their newest products and future innovations at the Computex 2023 event. ADATA and XPG are two popular hardware brands, especially for gamers. The duo once again pleased all the fans at the event with their newest products with high speeds and impressive cooling options.

Gen5 NVMe SSDs that are actively cooled as well as faster DDR5 memory modules were on display by ADATA & XPG. The Project NeoStorm Gen5 M.2 SSD is made to handle the most recent Gen 5x4 interface and provide read and write speeds of up to 14 GB/s and 12 GB/s, respectively. The Project NeoStorm Gen5 M.2 SSD has a dual-fan cooling mechanism to remove heat from the heatsink's edges. The SSD is located inside, which also has a built-in water cooling system and an extruded aluminum body.

The company said that this method distributes heat 20% more effectively than comparable water-cooled SSDs. It is expected to hit the shelves next year with different storages, up to 8 TB.

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ADATA XPG Computex 2023

Computex 2023 became the center of attention all around the world

Some of the most popular brands in the computer industry are in a race to showcase their newest technologies and prove why they think they are better than the other brands. As expected, the event became the center of attention among computer enthusiasts after all these big announcements.

Kingston is also one of the brands that unveiled a whole series of products. From the ground-breaking non-binary DDR5 memory to the stylish XS1000 External SSD, Kingston made it clear that they were committed to advancing storage and memory technologies. The company introduced its new creator gadgets, enterprise solutions, gaming products, technologies for content creators, and also smart living lineup.


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  1. The Dark Lady said on July 9, 2023 at 11:19 am

    Martin, I would appreciate that you do not censor this post, as it’s informative writing.

    Onur, there is a misleading statement “[…] GIFs are animated images …”. No, obviously you don’t seem to have take much notice of what you were told back in March regarding; Graphics Interchange Format (GIF).

    For example, (if you had read my replies within that thread, you might have learnt something useful). I even mentioned, “GIF intrinsically supports animated images (GIF89a)”.

    You linked to said article, [Related: …] within this article, but have somehow failed to take onboard what support you were given by several more knowledgeable people.

    If you used AI to help write this article, it has failed miserably.

  2. KeZa said on August 17, 2023 at 5:58 pm

    AI is stupid, and it will not get any better if we really know how this all works. Prove me wrong..

  3. Database failure said on August 18, 2023 at 5:21 pm

    Martin, [#comment-4569908] is only meant to be in: []. Whereas it appears duplicated in several recent random low-quality non relevant articles.

    Obviously it [#comment-4569908] was posted: 9 July 2023. Long before this thread even existed… your database is falling over. Those comments are supposed to have unique ID values. It shouldn’t be possible to duplicate the post ID, if the database had referential integrity.

  4. Howard Pearce said on August 25, 2023 at 12:24 pm

    Don’t tell me!

    Ghacks wants the state to step in for STATE-MANDATED associations to save jobs!!!

    Bring in the dictatorship!!!

    And screw Rreedom of Association – too radical for Ghacks maybe

  5. Howard Allan Pearce said on September 7, 2023 at 9:13 am

    GateKeeper ?

    That’s called “appointing” businesses to do the state’s dirty work!!!!!

    But the article says itself that those appointed were not happy – implying they had not choice!!!!!!

  6. owl said on September 7, 2023 at 9:50 am

    @The Dark Lady,
    @Database failure,
    @Howard Pearce,
    @Howard Allan Pearce,

    Note: I replaced the quoted URI scheme: https:// with “>>” and posted.

    The current is owned by “Softonic International S.A.” (sold by Martin in October 2019), and due to the fate of M&A, has changed in quality.
    Many Authors of bloggers and advertisers certified by Softonic have joined the site, and the site is full of articles aimed at advertising and clickbait.
    As it stands, except for articles by Martin Brinkmann, Mike Turcotte, and Ashwin, they are low quality, unhelpful, and even vicious. It is better not to read those articles.
    How to display only articles by a specific author:
    Added line to My filters in uBlock Origin:,.home-posts,.home-category-post:not(:has-text(/Martin Brinkmann|Mike Turcotte|Ashwin/))

    By the way, if you use an RSS reader, you can track exactly where your comments are (I’m an iPad user, so I use “Feedly Classic”, but for Windows I prefer the desktop app “RSS Guard”).
    RSS Guard: Feed reader which supports RSS/ATOM/JSON and many web-based feed services.

  7. Anonymous said on September 14, 2023 at 6:41 pm

    We all live in digital surveillance glass houses under scrutiny of evil people because of people like Musk. It’s only fair that he takes his turn.

  8. Anonymous said on September 18, 2023 at 1:31 pm

    “Operating systems will be required to let the user choose the browser, virtual assistant and search engine of their choice. Microsoft cannot force users to use Bing or Edge. Apple will have to open up its iOS operating system to allow third-party app stores, aka allow sideloading of apps. Google, on the other hand, will need to provide users with the ability to uninstall preloaded apps (bloatware) from Android devices. Online services will need to allow users to unsubscribe from their platform easily. Gatekeepers need to provide interoperability with third-parties that offer similar services.”

    Wonderful ! Let’s hope they’ll comply with that law more than they are doing with the GDPR.

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