Computex 2024: Adata, Deepcool, Enermax, Noctua, Raijintek, TeamGroup




Teamgroup have been busy producing a lot of innovative memory products over the past few years, and at this year’s Computex 2024, they showcased a lot of great products. Let’s take a look …


First we have the usual DDR5 memory kits – the Xtreem RGB series in both white and black editions. Next, we have the the non-RGB versions in Diamond Rose, Black and White colors.

We also have the T-Create series of DDR5 memory designed for AI applications, and a whole range of SSDs under their AI Classic series. We also saw their CAMM2 memory modules, and I can’t wait to test them out.

And of course, they showcased their extensive range of SSDs both PCIE Gen4 and the latest Gen5x4 SSDs with read speeds reaching 14,000 MB/s. They also had a few products promoting the carbon reduction using recycled plastic.


Next up, we have some interesting coolers for your SSDs. The WF01 is a SSD heatsink that contains water! Something similar to an AIO. It comes with a built-in fan and radiator!


Other SSD coolers include the Dark Airflow 06, which is a doube-decker heatsink with magnetic connections for both heatsink and fans!

And there’s also a standalone 120mm AIO cooler with radiator, SSD waterblock and I’m guess a pump as well (bottom row – photo 1).

They also had two 360 AIO CPU coolers with interchangeable magnetic displays, and what appears to be a cooling fan contraption that can be placed over the ram.


And lastly is Teamgroup’s ever-gowing sector, the T-Create seriesfor content creators, videographers and photographers. They’re external SSDs are perfect for storing photo and video files.

One of the external SSD models comes with a mounting frame that can be attached to digital cameras, phones and more.

The T-Create CinemaPr P33 portable SSD can be mounted to the back of the iPhone 15 series for direct recording to the drive (bottom row – photo 1)

While their latest T-Create Classice P51 portable SSD feature Thunderbolt 5 interface for super fast transfer rate (bottom row – photo 3).



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