TeamGroup Go All-Out at Computex 2019
Peter Donnell / 6 months ago
T-Force Xtreme ARGB
The name says it all for these really, with the addressable RGB lighting. What’s really cool is that they have a mirror finish when the lights are off, giving them a really stylish appearance.
Their new SSDs are no slouch when it comes to aesthetics either. These have a stunning RGB panel on the front, allowing you to customise the colour quite extensively. Like the memory though, it’s a chrome finish when the lights are turned off.
Cardea Liquid M.2
These lovely drives come in 256/512/1TB variants. They’ll deliver speeds of up to 3400 MBs read, and 3000 MBs write too. So overall, pretty good performance. However, what makes them stand out is the liquid cell cooling and their stunning range of colours. They look good enough to eat!
T-Force Captain RGB Control Box
Their new RGB control box. Pretty self explanatory, but with all the RGB hardware they’re releasing, this does make sense for them.
Cardea Zero M.2
Basically the same SSD we saw above, but without the fancy liquid cooling.
Plus their main consumer SSDs, albeit they do look rather sexy with that chromed finish.
A vast range of DDR4 modules and designs. All the usual stuff really, and I think many are already in retail stores.
Tired of your HDD being ruined every time you drop it in a puddle, throw dust all over it and run it over with your car? Seriously, happens all the time. Honestly though, if it does, their new tough drive is the solution for those who need to keep their data protected from physical harm.
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!