Adata is set to show off their first 4600 MHz modules under the XPG Z1 label at CES Las Vegas. With competitors like G.Skill already out there with their high performance 4600 MHz modules (and set up to go beyond) it was about time for Adata to follow.
The new XPG Z1 4600 will be a 16 GB dual kit designed for mainboards featuring Intels current Z370 and X299 chipsets. With timings set to 19 26 26 46, which is a bit slower than the competition, it remains to be seen if this kit will be performing on par with its peers worth the 579$ Adata has set as Msrp.
Right now there is no complete mainboard compatibility list available but Adata already mentioned that the MSI Z370I Pro Carbon AC will be one of them. With a release in Q1 2018 we can assume that the new memory kit will launch and be available in stores shortly after being displayed at CES.