The XPG 'The Future Of Gaming' event at the all-digital CES 2021 trade show has given us an insight into what to expect from ADATA's gaming division. One of its announcements includes an update to its RGB-enabled Levante series of AIO CPU coolers. The new XPG Levante Pro includes a 2.1" LCD color display on the pump and is equipped with a 360 mm radiator.

The XPG Levante Pro is based on its previous Levante ARB 360 mm AIO cooler, with a couple of notable upgrades. It is now equipped with a 2.1 " LCD screen built into the pump cap, which users can customize to display images or text and display vital system information such as temperatures and voltages.

The previous generation XPG Levante 360 AIO CPU cooler

XPG states that the Levante Pro uses Asetek's 7th generation PWM pump and includes three XPG Vento Pro 120 mm ARGB cooling fans with support for PWM to keep the large 360 mm radiator cool. At this time, XPG hasn't provided us with any images of the new Levante Pro, any technical specifications, or what sockets it will support. Still, it's likely to include support for the latest Intel LGA1200 and AMD AM4 platforms.

XPG, at this time, hasn't provided details on availability or pricing.

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  • Operandi - Monday, January 11, 2021 - link

    Why does this deserve coverage? There isn't anything new to see here that hasn't been done before. if Adata is paying for this coverage that needs to be disclosed. If Adata isn't paying for it then I don't get why anyone would care about another unicorn blood infused AIO.
  • liquid_c - Saturday, January 16, 2021 - link

    Well aren’t you an entitled little bitch? “I don’t like this comment, remove it!” or “if this is sponsored then disclose it. I demand so!”. Fuck off and if you dislike an article, don’t click on it.
  • Tom Sunday - Friday, February 12, 2021 - link

    Concerning all cooling solutions...I am still looking for an official Intel statement that their newly arriving Alder Lake CPU (substantially larger rectangular shaped and 500 more pins and LGA 1700) will fit or accommodate all presently marketed coolers. Will Intel insist on a 'specialty made' Alder Lake cooling solution to assure their given warrenty and performance claims? Then for that mater why haven't any of the cooler manufactures brought this up to assure there buyers that any "right now AIO purchase" will not be in vain?
  • tamalero - Tuesday, January 12, 2021 - link

    I know that literally ALL gaming chairs are made by the same factory in China.
    And I wonder.. do all AIOs come from the same factory too? they are almost always identical in every aspect.

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