ADATA announced that its XPG flagship memory product line LANCER RGB and LANCER series launched DDR5-7200 specification products and there will also be LANCER RGB MERA limited edition and LANCER RGB ROG CERTIFIED gaming memory, providing more high-frequency DDR5 memory to welcome the next high-speed memory era with players.
This time, the LANCER RGB and LANCER series DDR5-7200 memory use SK hynix A-die chips. The easy overclocking feature allows players to easily challenge higher frequencies. It provides RGB light effect models and standard no light effect models, plus cool black and glazes white two-color heat sink styles, which can meet the installation and matching needs of different players. With the launch of Intel’s 13th-generation Core processors and Z790 motherboards, these memory products will also be available in November, providing players with more options for upgrading.
ADATA also launched the Mera limited edition LANCER RGB DDR5-7200 memory, which has a unique aesthetic design, allowing players to enjoy excellent energy efficiency at the same time. You can also experience colorful RGB lighting effects, coupled with the linkage with RGB software, allowing players to customize their own exclusive style.
In addition, ADATA XPG also teamed up with ASUS ROG to launch the ROG-certified LANCER RGB ROG CERTIFIED DDR5-6400 gaming memory. After careful adjustment for ROG series motherboards, it can provide the highest energy efficiency and the best compatibility, and it is expected to be available worldwide in November. Players can overclock to 6600MHz after enabling “ROG Certified” mode.
ADATA said that all of its XPG series of DDR4 and DDR5 memory is compatible with Intel’s latest Z790 platform, and players can buy with confidence.