ADATA to showcase 14 GB/s PCIe Gen5 SSD and DDR5-8000 memory at CES 2023

Published: Dec 20th 2022, 09:05 GMT   Comments

ADATA PCIE Gen5 storage to make a debut at CES 2023

The company confirms it will present its next-gen storage solutions at CES 2023.

ADATA has been teasing its PCIe Gen5 SSDs for a good year now. Following CES 2022 showcase of Project Nighthawk and Project Blackbird, the company later revealed the final design of the XPG branded SSDs. But even now in December, ADATA did not release any such product to market.

According to the press release which was distributed this morning, ADATA will showcase PCIe Gen5 SSDs at CES 2023. The company confirms this storage will offer up to 8 TB of storage and 14,000 MB/s of read and write speed (it was previously said that write speed is 12,000 MB/s).

ADATA will also present impressive offerings in other categories, such as the XPG PCIe Gen5 SSD which offers a patented heat dissipation design, up to 8TB of storage space, and read/write speed of up to 14,000 MB/s. Additionally, ADATA will present other award-winning memory and storage products, as well as gaming focused products in system, chassis, special themed pc build and peripherals categories.


Equally impressive, the new XPG CASTER DDR5 DRAM will also have a presence at CES. This memory module has a data transfer rate of up to 8,000 MT/s. Not only is this series compatible with both the latest Intel and AMD motherboards, but it also supports Intel XMP 3.0, for easy overclocking. With ADATA’s award-winning components, your games and applications will run faster and smoother than ever before.

Furthermore, ADATA will also join ranks with high-end memory makers by offering their own DDR5-8000 kits compatible with Intel XMP 3.0 overclocking profiles. New XPG Caster memory is to be shown alongside ADATA ACE and XPG Lancer DDR5 kits at the event.

Source: ADATA PR

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