31 July 2020 – Today, Lian Li launched its first closed-loop All-in-One Liquid Coolers, the GALAHAD 240 and GALAHAD 360. This pair of coolers are available in black or white with 400mm long color-matched, braided tubing. A unique triple chamber pump works in conjunction with the high-density aluminum radiator to keep your CPU temps in check and the addressable RGB lighting keeps your PC looking cool.
30 July 2020 – Enermax launched the MarbleShell series chassis geared for the budget-minded builders. The MS30 and MS20 are both stylish cases that feature ARGB fans and front lighting. The MS30 is a mid-tower case that can fit ATX and smaller motherboards while the MS20 is capable of micro-ATX and smaller.
Born to serve the needs of high-performance computers, ADATA’s new XPG Spectrix D50 combines speedy XMP profiles with a stylish but subdued RGB design. We’ve recently seen companies pushing the limits of RGB memory modules, but ADATA took the D50 in a different direction focusing on aesthetics while not forgetting about performance and value.
Today, July 30th, 2020, Xtreme Performance Gear, a division of Adata, unveiled several new components. First, is the XPG PYLON power supply is available from 450 Watts up to 750 Watts. Followed by a pair of XPG VENTO 120mm fans. Finally, an XPG PRIME ARBG LED light strip. Here is the official announcement along with the specs for the components.
On Wednesday, July 29th, Gigabyte announced its latest All-In-One motherboard and cooler combination, the Z490 Aorus Master Waterforce. Designed to tame Intel’s 10th generation 10-core “K” Series processors the motherboard boasts an astounding 14 phase digital power section. In order to keep the CPU and massive VRM area cool, Gigabyte developed a full coverage monoblock and paired it with a 360mm radiator.
Often times we see NVMe drives with impressive read speeds, but they are lacking when it comes to input/output performance and write speeds. Team Group’s Cardera Zero Z340 offering aims to compete with the very best Gen 3 NVMe drives, but with a price tag that resembles a mid-range drive. Did they succeed at creating a top NVMe contender? Follow along as we explore the features, performance, and value of this NVMe based SSD.
Today HyperX announced the expansion of the Predator and Fury DDR4 memory kits. The new products include Predator DDR4 RGB and Fury DDR4 RGB kits up to 256GB and speeds up to 4600 MHz. In addition, the new memory will be Intel XMP certified as well as AMD certified Ryzen ready. Here is the official announcement.