In recent years, ADATA has gained recognition as one of the global leaders of DRAM memory and Flash application products. They recently launched two new fast PCI-Express x4 3.0 NVMe 1.3 drives, which push the performance per price boundary. The FALCON and SWORDFISH come in at just 13 and 12 cents per gigabyte respectively. Despite the remarkably low price, performance is still quite good. They even managed to include a stylish heatsink to help with thermal throttling and add a little bling to your build.
Today ZADAK announced their latest flagship water cooled PC case, the MOAB II Elite. Yes, you heard that right, the case is a water cooled case. The MOAB II Elite is an improved version of the already existing MOAB II. Utilizing a water cooling distribution plate as the motherboard mounting tray, the MOAB II and MOAB II Elite makes for an incredibly clean open concept build.
This week Alphacool has released five new radiators to their already impressive NexXxoS line-up. Expanding on their 140mm and 200mm capabilities are the XT45 Full Copper 1260mm SuperNova, XT45 Full Copper 1080mm Nova, XT45 Full Copper 200mm, XT45 Full Copper 400mm, and ST30 Full Copper 560mm radiator V.2.
Today we’re reviewing one of ADATA’s new 1 TB blazing fast portable drives. We’ve seen 1 TB portable storage solutions and high-capacity USB flash drives before, but when it comes to raw transfer speeds they often leave us wanting more. The ADATA SE760 solves this problem by delivering NVMe performance with a USB Type-C interface. With a sequential read speed of 1,000 MB/s and compatibility on Windows, Mac OS, Android, Xbox One, and PS4 consoles, this new breed of portable storage strikes a balance between portability and raw transfer speed.