Team Group have hit peak RGB with their new Delta SSDs which does not only have a full blown case of RGBs but is compatible with ASUS Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light, Gigabyte RGB Fusion and other fancy software to control your blinken lighten. In theory it should also offer performance that saturates SATA 6Gbps bandwidth, but who cares about that when you can get even more lumens shoved into your PC! For about $80 you can pick one up, but with this drive you should be going with at least a RAID 5 setup.
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"Team Group's Delta RGB SSD is a unique solid-state drive, due to its amazing RGB support. It connects to your motherboard's RGB header, which then gives you full control over the LEDs, for mixed colors, patterns and custom lighting effects. Performance is good too, so is pricing, with just $80 for the 250 GB version."
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- QNAP TS-328 Home NAS @ Modders Inc
- Synology DS718+ 2-Bay NAS @ TechPowerUp
why?? why??? Lord help us
why?? why??? Lord help us all.
i heard on the wccftech that
i heard on the wccftech that they are releasing a version of josh with rgb
This is TERRIBLE news! Most
This is TERRIBLE news! Most modern sexy cases hide the ssd behind the mobo. If this is a thing now, we must re-design.
Should be great for laptop
Should be great for laptop users.