This is day 3 of our coverage of Computex 2019. We’ll be covering Bitspower, Bitfenix, GEIL, G-Skill, ID-Cooling, Manli, TeamGroup and Gigabyte (above photo of Heineken inspired mod).
Two days down, two more to go … this is our 3rd and final day at the Nangang Exhibition Center before we head over to Grand Hyatt. We’ll start off with Manli.
For the past several years at Computex, Manli never really had anything interesting to show … except this year. This time they’ve pulled all the stops. There were a couple of mods, a wall of GeForce graphics cards and two large GPU servers.
Their flagship Gallardo series both GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and 2080, along with Blower versions were on display.
Then there was a wall with more Gallardo series of GeForce graphic cards including the RTX 2070, 2060 and GTX 1660Ti.
Another wall had all their mini graphic cards ranging from RTX 2080, 2070 all the way down to the GTX 1660 and GTX 1650.
It was a little quiet at GEIL this year. In fact there were no mods on display … only a couple of wall mounted systems running their ram.
Here we have a couple of new DDR4 memory from GEIL. The EVO Spear is compatible with AMD’s Ryzen and Phantom Gaming certified.
The new EVO X series now lacks the RGB cable and is fully ROG certified for Asus’ Aura Sync.
Quick Page Reference
- Computex 2019 – Day 1: Asus, Adata, ASRock, MSI, Thermaltake and Zotac
- Computex 2019 – Day 2: Cooler Master, Lian-Li, Inno3D, Noctua, Enermax And InWin
- Computex 2019 – Day 3: Bitspower, Bitfenix, GEIL, G-Skill, ID-Cooling, Manli, TeamGroup and Gigabyte
- Computex 2019 – Day 4: Antec, Corsair, EKWB, HyperX, Patriot, Phanteks And EVGA