Friday, May 24th 2019

ADATA Launches XPG SPECTRIX S40G RGB Gaming SSD

ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules, NAND Flash products, and mobile accessories today announces that launch of the XPG SPECTRIX S40G RGB gaming SSD. With sustained read/write speeds of up to 3500/3000MB per second, customizable RGB lighting, and a slew of performance enhancing features, the XPG SPECTRIX S40G is a no brainer for those seeking amazing performance and exceptional reliability.

The S40G supports the NVMe standard and utilizes the high-speed PCIe Gen3 x4 interface to let users enjoy sustained read/write speeds of up to 3500/3000 MB per second. What's more, sporting next-generation 3D Flash memory it offers a leap forward in capacity, efficiency, and durability. Also with the M.2 2280 specification, it supports the latest Intel and AMD platforms. These capabilities make the S40G ideally suited for gamers, PC enthusiasts, overclockers, and graphics professionals. User can customize the SSD's look with programmable RGB lighting effects. They can set up patterns, pulse speed, lighting intensity, and more. Control is a snap with XPG's RGB control software.
In Pursuit of Efficiency
The S40G supports LDPC (Low-Density Parity-Check) error correcting code technology to detect and fix a wider range of data errors for more accurate data transfers and a longer SSD lifespan. In addition, with AES 256-bit encryption, the S40Gensures data security and integrity. Every component on the S40G has passed meticulous screening, testing, and certification. What's more, it comes backed by a 5-year warranty.

Exact availability of the S40G may vary by region.
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5 Comments on ADATA Launches XPG SPECTRIX S40G RGB Gaming SSD

#1
bonehead123
There's that dang ole "G" word again...and those obligatory lite 'em ups too.....

Well, at least this "NEW" drive has speeds approaching Sammy & WD's upper end units.... just wondering what it will cost, since "availability will vary by region"...... gee thanks for such an informative press release ADATA :)
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Hardware Geek
bonehead123, post: 4053225, member: 139670"
There's that dang ole "G" word again...and those obligatory lite 'em ups too.....

Well, at least this "NEW" drive has speeds approaching Sammy & WD's upper end units.... just wondering what it will cost, since "availability will vary by region"...... gee thanks for such an informative press release ADATA :)
I'm not buying one until they put RGBs on the RGBs. Get on that ADATA!
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bonehead123
Hardware Geek, post: 4053238, member: 172426"
I'm not buying one until they put RGBs on the RGBs. Get on that ADATA!
Hahahaha, what I really want is for the entire drive (50TB or so) to be contained within a single, programmable, gazillion-color RGB led, with a nvme-capable USB-C connector and 40k read write speeds across the board... lets get ADATA on THAT too :eek: o_O :clap:
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#4
Emanulele
But... why the photo of something gorgeous near the Intel stock cooler... why!!!???
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#5
xkm1948
Aren’t those RGb going to over heat the SSD like crazy?
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