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XPG Overclocks DDR5 to 8,118 MT/s

On Saturday, XPG announced it had successfully overclocked one of its DDR5-4800 MHz memory kits to an astonishing 8,118 MT/s. This marks the first DDR5 memory kit to be overclocked to such a high speed and shows XPG’s dedication to the overclocking community. The XPG ram used to accomplish this great feat featured SK Hynix DRAM modules with the CAS# Latency loosened to 50 clocks. That’s only 8 clocks lower than one of its JEDEC specifications. Below is XPG’s announcement. Read More

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ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D45G DDR4-4400 MHz Review

The XPG product line from ADATA has a new family member in the newly released SPECTRIX D45G DDR4 modules. They’re a strong offering in the RGB memory space with high XMP ratings and budget-conscious price tags. It seems like just yesterday that an XMP rating of 4400 MHz would cost you upwards of $300, and that was without the added RGB element. But today’s review item offers that speed at a super-competitive price point of just $149.99. We obtained a test sample, and we’re going to put this budget memory to the test. Read More

XPG Starker Mid-Tower Case Review
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XPG Starker Mid-Tower Case Review

Today on the review table is the XPG Starker. A compact and versatile mid-tower chassis. While it is the smallest case offered by ADATA’s gaming division, XPG, there is still plenty of space for a multitude of components and various configurations. This is due to intelligently designed features and multipurpose plates included with the Starker. We will get into that and much more as we take a deep dive into what makes the XPG Starker so special. Read More

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XPG Defender Pro Mid-Tower Case Review

The XPG Defender Pro is a Mid-Tower chassis that offers enthusiast-grade performance with exceptional airflow and functionality. Designed to accommodate E-ATX motherboards, large graphics cards, custom water cooling, and plenty of RGB lighting, the Defender Pro is a gamer’s dream chassis. Positioned between XPG’s flagship chassis, the Battlecruiser, and its first offering, the Invader, the Defender Pro, provides all the premium features with a reasonable price tag. Read More

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XPG Battlecruiser Mid-tower Review:

Today we’re going to look at XPG’s first PC computer case in the XPG Battlecruiser. The new flagship chassis is listed as a “Super Mid-tower” featuring a lot of interior space, glass panels, an integrated RGB controller, and more. Priced from $139.99 at Newegg ($159.99 at Amazon), the mid-range priced Battlecruiser is available now. Read on to see more features, builds results, and thermal properties of this new mid-tower case. Read More

Cooling

XPG Launches Levante 360 All-in-One Liquid Cooler

Today, XPG Launched the second generation of its All-in-One liquid cooler, the XPG Levante 360. The new AIO uses Asetek’s 7th generation pump and a large 360mm radiator and a ‘thermally optimized’ copper plate with 0.15 mm-thin microchannels to dissipate the heat. XPG equipped the Levante 360 with three Dual Ring 120mm fans (40K hours at 40°C MTBF) to move air through the radiator. Each fan sports twenty RGBs along with the pump cap that is also lit up with RGB lighting. Read More

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XPG Invader Mid-Tower Chassis Review

The XPG group, a division of ADATA, is best known for its excellent solid state drives and memory modules. The XPG Invader represents the first PC chassis to come to the market for Xtreme Performance Group. As such, they opted to manufacture “a sleek and versatile mid-tower chassis that sports a tool-less design, high-airflow layout, and a front RGB downlight that can be personalized with the XPG Prime™ ARGB Combo Controller.” Read More