Friday, February 19th 2021

XPG Memory and Solid State Drives Support Latest Intel Z590 Platform

XPG, a fast-growing provider of systems, components, and peripherals for Gamers, Esports Pros, and Tech Enthusiasts, has been working closely with four major motherboard makers (ASUS, MSI, GIGABYTE, and ASRock) to test and optimize the performance of XPG's latest DDR4 memory modules and PCIe Gen 4x4 solid state drive (SSD) on the Intel Z590 platform. The results show that XPG's DDR4 memory module has been overclocked to impressive speeds of up to 5600 MHz per second, while XPG SSD has reached speeds of up to 7100 MB per second.

Taking advantage of Intel's launch of the latest Z590 platform, the XPG Overclocking Lab (XOCL) utilized XPG's most popular memory for overclocking, the SPECTRIX D50, for testing on the platform. The XOCL tested the module in close partnership with two of the world's leading motherboard brands, including MSI and GIGABYTE, to achieve overclocked performance of up to 5600 MHz, while maintaining excellent stability at such high speeds. This result and milestone sets a new standard for memory overclocking speeds on the Intel Z590 platform and showcases the amazing potential of the SPECTRIX D50 for e-sports pros and creators.
XPG GAMMIX S70 Hits Read Speed of 7100 MB/s
In addition to memory, the XOCL also tested its latest PCIe Gen 4x4 SSD on the Z590 platform in conjunction with four motherboard brands, including MSI, GIGABYTE, ASUS, and ASRock. The results were very encouraging; the GAMMIX S70 reached sustained sequential read speeds of up to 7100 MB/s, while random read performance surpassed 740,000 IOPS. Whether for transferring large files or running intensive applications for gaming or content creation, the test results achieved by the XOCL showcase the ability of the GAMMIX S70 to meet the needs of discerning gamers and creators.
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22 Comments on XPG Memory and Solid State Drives Support Latest Intel Z590 Platform

#1
Nater
I typically sing the praises of the SX8200 Pro, but after what they did w/ the controller swapping and such that I just found out about, Adata is dead to me.
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#2
Caring1
NaterAdata is dead to me.
Apparently not if you are still talking about them. :kookoo:
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#3
Nater
Caring1Apparently not if you are still talking about them. :kookoo:
Not buying their products anymore. I have 4-5 builds in PC Partpicker waiting to kick off, I swapped out all the Adata drives the other day.
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#4
kapone32
NaterNot buying their products anymore. I have 4-5 builds in PC Partpicker waiting to kick off, I swapped out all the Adata drives the other day.
I just bought a 2TB 8200 Pro last week. I ran it against the 8200 Pro that I bought in 2019 and the speeds were the exact same. It might be that the controller is on the smaller capacity drives. I recently bought an XPG PSU and that was so good that it was only after a week of mining and Gaming that the Computer shut down. Dummy that I am had installed it with the fan choked by the case. Since then no issues. I also have D60 memory in both my PCS no issue either.
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#5
Luminescent
Exactly, after what they did with SX8200 Pro nobody can guarantee what you see in a review is what you get, i didn't even find a press release about this scandal like we apologies and we will switch to the same controller or something better.
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#6
XL-R8R
"News" like this should be supporting TPU with a form of revenue; not Chinese key sellers.
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#7
ThrashZone
Hi,
Yeah if you never test your m.2's you'd never know what adata did
I returned 3-8200 pro's to amazon
Adata support was more interested and focused on physical damage than the irregular read/ write speed I was seeing on two different rigs, so it was clear to me how they were going to rule if i rma'ed to them they'd likely just say they were all damaged by me lol
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#9
bonehead123
NaterI typically sing the praises of the SX8200 Pro, but after what they did w/ the controller swapping and such that I just found out about, Adata is dead to me.
Although I agree with your stance on this, what exactly does this have to do with XPG ? Are they the parent company of ADATA or vice versa or something...
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#10
windwhirl
bonehead123Although I agree with your stance on this, what exactly does this have to do with XPG ? Are they the parent company of ADATA or vice versa or something...
XPG is part of ADATA.

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#11
billEST
NaterI typically sing the praises of the SX8200 Pro, but after what they did w/ the controller swapping and such that I just found out about, Adata is dead to me.
controller swapping ?
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#13
bug
Wth is there to support?
If it fits into a DIMM or M2 slot, it must work. Simple as that.
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#14
chodaboy19
Are those random R/W numbers real? wow!
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#15
ThrashZone
Hi,
lol support for their own Advertised read/ wright spec's which are not just a little off but way off the mark by 500+ mb/s
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#16
bug
chodaboy19Are those random R/W numbers real? wow!
It's all very deep queue depths. Nothing "wow" about that.
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#17
watzupken
It’s fast in review at launch. Whether it is the same drive some time later is questionable. Adata made a critical mistake by swapping to slower components sneakily, and eroding any reputation they build up over the last few years. They should have learned from Kingston’s example. Pretty sure the moment of cost savings will see their SSD sales plunge going forward.
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#18
TumbleGeorge
ThrashZoneHi,
lol support for their own Advertised read/ wright spec's which are not just a little off but way off the mark by 500+ mb/s
When talking for operative memory speed is right to be marked with mega transfers "MT/s"
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#19
DeathtoGnomes
bugWth is there to support?
If it fits into a DIMM or M2 slot, it must work. Simple as that.
Does any PR/hype ever say that? No. Its spin to make people think it didnt before an announcement. :rolleyes: :D
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#20
windwhirl
bugWth is there to support?
If it fits into a DIMM or M2 slot, it must work. Simple as that.
And then you have some DIMMs out there that will refuse to work at advertised speeds on AMD systems (e.g. certain Corsair kits).
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#21
bug
windwhirlAnd then you have some DIMMs out there that will refuse to work at advertised speeds on AMD systems (e.g. certain Corsair kits).
Not suprising in the least, if you understand what the advertised speeds mean.
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#22
R-T-B
XL-R8R"News" like this should be supporting TPU with a form of revenue; not Chinese key sellers.
If that was the case, you wouldn't get any new product launches like this.

They wouldn't pay.
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