WD Black P50
WD really turned portable gaming storage into a big thing in the last year or two, offering its WD Black P50 Game Drive SSDs in varying capacities with some kick ass transfer speeds. We have 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB drives on offer with read speeds of up to 2GB/sec thanks to the USB-C connectivity on the drive.
Seagate FireCuda Gaming SSD
Seagate in its own words wants you to "dominate with ferocious speed" through its FireCuda 510/520 SSDs, offering 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB capacities. Seagate's FireCuda 510 SSD is a PCIe 3.0-based drive while the newer FireCuda 520 SSD is on the super-fast and very-tasty PCIe 4.0 standard offering up to 5000MB/sec reads and 4400MB/sec writes, while the PCIe 3.0-based drive pumps out up to 3450MB/sec reads and 3200MB/sec writes.
Phison - First PCIe 4.0 SSD
Phison was the first with a commercially available SSD on the new PCIe 4.0 bus, with its PS5016-E16 dominating the last half of 2019 powering SSDs at up to 8TB on the PCIe 4.0 bus. Phison super-powered SSDs offering up to 5GB/sec reads and 4.4GB/sec writes, something that was previously impossible on PCIe 3.0.
Thermaltake View 51
Thermaltake built the View 51 TG ARGB as a specially-constructed full-tower case from its View Series family of cases, with two pre-installed 200mm 5V ARGB fans that make it look gorgeous right out of the box. You can mount your graphics card vertically to show it off, with a full gaming PC lit up by various RGB LEDs inside of the system looking gorgeous when the lights in your room go off for those late-night gaming sessions.
FSP Hydro PTM+ 850W 80 Plus Platinum Liquid Cooled PSU
FSP unleashed its Hydro PTM+ is a unique, patented liquid-cooled PSU which has been designed from the ground up to work in some sticky environments. It is the world's first mass-produced liquid-cooled PSU, offering up to 1000W from the 850W model, while the 1200W model can burst up to 1400W thanks to the chilly operation with liquid cooling.
Last updated: Jan 10, 2020 at 06:11 am CST