ADATA XPG Go From DDR4 to Cases at Computex 2019
Peter Donnell / 4 months ago
We’re often stunned by the number of products some brands have on their booth. However, ADATA are certainly pushing the limits this year with a vast range of new products in so many categories. So, let’s get started!
First up, we have their new DDR4 SPECTRIX D60G. Featuring addressable RGB and a lovely smoked white finish that really shows off the lighting over 60% of the DIMM surface. It’ll come in kits for both Intel and AMD, with speeds of up to 4133 MHz.
We’ve seen them roll these out before, and once again they have full RGB, and that enclosed hybrid liquid-air cooling design. They’ll be available in 2666 to 4133 MHz.
Their new RGB M.2 SSD was on show too. It uses a 2280 form factor, delivering up to 3500 MB/s read and 3000 MB/s write. It’s available in 256, 512 and 1TB formats.
Their latest RGB modules come with the same range of speeds; 2666 to 4133 MHz kits. They’ll be available in either Crimson Red or Titanium Grey finishes, and feature gorgeous extra thick RGB lightbars on the top edge.
Created in partnership with Asetek, their latest range of AIO liquid coolers are shaping up nicely too. They all feature 240mm all-aluminium radiator designs, with dual 120mm ARGB PWM fans and soft FEP tubing with nylon sleeving. They even claim tool-free installation on both Intel and AMD sockets.
Their new chassis design is shaping up nicely too. It features a stunning high-airflow design, yet still features three sides of tempered glass. It has support for (up to) E-ATX motherboards, as well as large GPUs. There’s room for a riser cable for vertical GPU mounting, and a bunch of built-in ARGB/RGB controller hardware to get your lighting game on point too. It’ll be available in both black or white variants.
Their new Procog headset looks set to shake up the market a bit too. It features a dual driver design, with a 50mm dynamic driver, as well as an electrostatic driver. It’s Hi-Res certified, and comes with a USB Type C powered DSP Sound Card. It’ll run in FPS mode, where you get advanced spacial awareness features, 7.1 mode, and music mode. We gave it a little trial and it is certainly punching above its class. We need this in the office ASAP for further testing, as if the price is right, it could be the headset to own this year.
Their new mechanical gaming keyboard comes equipped with a choice of Cherry MX Silver, Blue or Red switches. All housed in a gorgeous sandblasted aluminium gun metal grey frame. It features a magnetic and padded wrist rest, full anti ghosting and N-key, etc. Plus, with USB pass-through, multimedia controls and more, it’s got enough features to compete with their high-end rivals.
We just want to say a massive thank you to our sponsors for Computex 2019; EK, Taitra, Patriot, Corsair and Viper Gaming. We’ll be bringing you the latest products and news for all these brands and many more while we’re in Taiwan. Check out our Computex 2019 event page for the latest!