Computex 2019 – Day 3: Bitspower, Bitfenix, GEIL, G-Skill, ID-Cooling, Manli, TeamGroup and Gigabyte


Teamgroup was unusually busy at this year’s Computex. They had a massive T-Force logo which dominated booth and was pretty impressive.

Several mods were on display showcasing their DDR4 ram, SSD solution both 2.5-inch SATA and M.2.


This is Teamgroup’s latest SSD product – The T-Force Delta MAX featuring a really cool full coverage RGB that looks like a LCD panel. WANT!


And these are the new T-Force Xtreem ARGB DDR4 memory modules … with addressable RGB as the name suggests.


And finally, the T-Force CARDEA M.2 SSD with Liquid Water Cooling. It’s the world’s first water cooling M.2 solid state drive according Teamgroup. The liquid can can replaced/changed via an injection nodule. Not exactly compatible with your custom loop, but looks good nevertheless. 




China based ID-Cooling may not be a huge international brand, but they seem to be growing and they’ve got some mods showcasing some of their products.


There are TUF certified AIO coolers in 240mm, 280mm and 360mm sizes. There’s also your standard air cooler and a full GPU waterblock cooled by an AIO unit.


Quick Page Reference

  1. Manli, GEIL
  2. TeamGroup, ID-Cooling
  3. G.Skill, Bitfenix
  4. Bitspower
  5. Gigabyte


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