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

G-Skill

No introduction here … G.Skill has their usual memory overclocking competition at Computex 2019, to see who can get fastest memory speeds. 

As far as memory is concerned, the Trident Z Royal in various flavors were on display, both in gold and in platinum with RGB of course.

 

They also had several systems built demonstrating their various memory speeds and latencies from 4000MHz to their highest 5200Mhz.

 

Finally, we have some interesting mods including a Heineken inspired mod (bottom left) that can actually pour beer! There’s a mod with a G.Skill inspired distro-plate which I thought was pretty cool. And lastly, there’s a cube-shaped mod that uses the cold temperature of the LN2 to cool the entire system (bottom right).

 


 

Bitfenix

Bitfenix showed off their chassis including this one which features a removable I/O front panel with no wireless and easy-to-mount side fan grilles.

They also had a ton of mods on display from various modders both locally and internationally … all of the mods used Bitfenix chassis of course.

 

Quick Page Reference

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

 

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