ADATA XPG Levante 240 ARGB Liquid Cooler Review

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How Much Does it Cost?

With a price in the region of £100-£110, the XPG Levante 240 isn’t a budget solution. Coming from ADATA, however, you didn’t really think that this was what they were going for with this product though, did you?

Comparatively, and based on the performance it provides, this represents some amazingly good value. Not only does it come from a manufacturing brand you can trust, but (as shown in our tests) it provides temperature (and noise) control that, at the very least, is easily on par with its ‘high-end performance’ rivals.

Functionality and Ease of Use

AIO liquid coolers (particularly the larger varieties) can be something of a daunting protect prospect to those new to cooler installation. XPG has, however, done everything possible to make the Levante 240 as easy to install as it is to use.

It is, without a doubt, easy to install and certainly looks excellent when running. A particular highlight of it is, of course, the ARGB compatible lighting which works with every major motherboard brand and provides some amazing (and varied) lighting effects.

Should I Buy One?

Taking all aspects of aesthetics, performance and ease of use together, the XPG Levante 240 is an excellent AIO liquid cooler. Despite it being one of the first released from ADATA, they have truly come out with a major release here that, in truth, and unlikely many other manufacturers ‘1st attempts’ really shows very few aspects that we feel can be improved.

When you consider the price and performance, while the XPG Levante 240 may not (yet) have the brand-recognition of the more established companies, at the very least, it’s as good (and in many ways better) than the vast majority of its rivals!


  • Excellent aesthetics with the RGB lighting on or off
  • Amazingly levels of performance in both temperature control and acoustics
  • ARGB lighting effects that are compatible with all major motherboard manufacturers
  • Easy to install – Suitable for beginners or experienced hands.
  • A truly ‘high-end’ performing AIO liquid cooler for a very reasonable price!


  • None


  • It doesn’t come with a manual ‘RGB’ controller and, as such, having an ARGB compatible motherboard (or hub) is required to get the best from this.
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ADATA XPG Levante 240 ARGB Liquid Cooler Review

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