ADATA announced the release of the XPG Levante 360 liquid cooling system, based on the 7th generation Asetek platform.
The design of the XPG Liquid Cooler Levante 360 includes a copper water block with 0.15 mm microchannels, a pump with a PWM controller, and a 360 mm radiator, on which three 120 mm fans with hydrodynamic bearings are mounted.
The fan speed is regulated by PWM. Fan service life is stated to be 40,000 hours at 40ºC. At maximum speed, each fan creates an airflow of 104.55 m 3/ h, and the noise level is 34 dB. The advantages of the fans include high reliability and an automatic restart function. Each of the fans comes built-in with twenty RGB LEDs, while the liquid pump cap is also illuminated with RGB lighting.
There is also a backlight in the pump casing. The backlight can be controlled with the included controller or with the motherboard software. This XPG RGB Liquid Cooler includes a pump with PWN control feature, to ensure the best optimal CPU temperature management, together with a massive 360mm radiator and a thermal-optimized copper plate with just 0.15mm-thin microchannels to offer a larger surface area for boosted heat exchange efficiency.
XPG Adata LEVANTE 360 features three vibrant Dual Ring 120mm fans employing a Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) motor design and 4-pin Pulse Width Modulation (PWM).
XPG Levante 360 price and availability
Adata XPG Levante 360 liquid cooling system has been priced at $179.99 and it can be purchased via the Amazon.com website. It comes with a five-year warranty.
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