A-Data announces new 'Xtreme Performance Gear' label

"New label aimed at overclockers/enthusiasts."

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New OC friendly Product line from A-Data
A-Data are well known for their memory products and they have announced a new sub brand called XPG, and the products released under this brand will be aimed at the enthusiast market. The first product to launch the new XPG brand will be the Xupreme 200X, which is a USB flash drive. The company aims to release memory modules, USB storage and SSD drives within the XPG range. 
A-Data's new sub label - XPG
It will be interesting to see how the new range holds up, A-Data seem to be pretty Xcited (sorry, couldn't resist it) about it. You can learn more on the new label and it's products from the A-Data/XPG website. You can also discuss in our forums here.
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27-10-2008, 05:43:53


Ive seen lego pc's before but this is really taking the biscuit! :freak:

27-10-2008, 07:10:52

sweet lol

02-11-2008, 03:46:59

I like it :P

I wonder how he did it though... Probably used (parts of) an old case and then put LEGO around it, partly with glue.

Damn I should start looking at the price of just LEGO blocks, since I still have a sturdy old steel ATX case here which could house at least 2x120mm + 1x80mm exhaust :P

02-11-2008, 05:52:00

Recycle :D
Cazy case build:worship:

02-11-2008, 06:22:49

does look rather nice :)

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