If gaming isn't quite your thing, ADATA has announced in a recent press release that it will be showcasing some Marvell controller-laden PCIe SSDs and DDR4 RAM for those looking to run Cloud / IoT services.
Boasting speeds of up to 3000MB/s, these new PCIe SSDs claim an improved lifetime due to advanced LDPC technology and further feature Power Loss Protection (PLP) services.
The consumer series' on display will be that of the SP560 and SP550, said to help offer a pathway for regular users to become PC enthusiasts.
As for memory, ADATA has announced high density 16GB per DIMM DDR4 U-DIMM RAM for desktops and DDR4 SO-DIMM for laptops as its main focus. There will also be server RAM on display such as the DDR4 VLP R-DIMM, VLP ECC-DIMM, and ECC-DIMM.
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