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TeamGroup Announces T-Force Siren AIO Liquid Cooler That Cool CPUs and PCIe Gen5 SSDs

Consumer storage products have developed rapidly in recent years. This year, the industry will officially enter the first year of Gen5 SSDs. In response to the rise in temperature caused by the high transfer speeds of PCIe Gen 5 SSDs, T-FORCE, the Teamgroup’s gaming sub-brand, has launched the world’s first comprehensive ARGB liquid cooling system that reduces the heat generated by both devices. CPU and SSD drive to keep PCIe Gen5 SSDs at optimal temperature and stable, fast performance for extended periods of time. With the new cooling solution, consumers can fully experience the storage efficiency of next-generation SSDs without compromise.

TeamGroup is the first to launch a T-FORCE branded SIREN all-in-one liquid cooling system for simultaneous cooling of CPU and M.2 NVMe SSD with PCIe Gen 5 interface support. TeamGroup does not rule out that controller temperatures of new drives may rise sharply, recalling that the controllers of modern PCIe Gen 4 models with a power consumption of 12 W can reach temperatures of 110 ° C, and the power consumption of the new ones increases to 14 W, which leads to certain thoughts.

In order for the new PCIe Gen 5 SSDs to run at high speeds, it will not be superfluous to take care of cooling that can cope with sharp jumps in heat and temperatures, it is obvious that liquid cooling systems are out of competition here. Previously, the company has already paid attention to the new product several times, it will be compatible with the new AMD AM5 and Intel LGA 1700 platforms, a schematic image of the internal device of the SSD water block was shown recently at the TEAMGROUP DIGITAL EXPO 2022 virtual event.

Beginning in 2000, when the consumer market demanded higher read and write speeds for storage devices, solid-state drives (SSDs) began to massively replace mechanical hard drives (HDDs). SATA SSDs have finally become the number one choice for storage upgrades. With the demand for high-speed storage driven by big data and the proliferation of transmission technology, PCIe has become the standard interface for high-speed transmission.

In the last few years, read speeds of PCIe SSDs have increased from 3500 MB / s in Gen3 to 7000 MB / s in Gen4. PCIe Gen5 SSDs now have read and write speeds of over 12,000 MB / s. The large jumps in transfer speeds of each successive generation of SSDs led to increased power, which in turn resulted in higher operating temperatures. When SSDs experience an increase in operating temperature at high transfer speeds, an automatic throttling mechanism is activated to protect components from damage caused by high temperatures.

With a power consumption of around 12W on a PCIe Gen4 SSD running at 7000MB / s, the controller temperature can reach over 110 ° C. Expect controller temperatures to skyrocket when PCIe Gen5 SSDs are over 12,000MB / s and use 14W or more. That is why the Team Group strives to provide the best thermal solutions that ensure stable, fast operation of SSDs for a long time. to protect components from damage caused by high temperatures. With a power consumption of around 12W on a PCIe Gen4 SSD running at 7000MB / s, the controller temperature can reach over 110 ° C. Expect controller temperatures to skyrocket when PCIe Gen5 SSDs are over 12,000MB / s and use 14W or more.

That is why the Team Group strives to provide the best thermal solutions that ensure stable, fast operation of SSDs for a long time to protect components from damage caused by high temperatures. With a power consumption of around 12W on a PCIe Gen4 SSD running at 7000MB / s, the controller temperature can reach over 110 ° C. Expect controller temperatures to skyrocket when PCIe Gen5 SSDs are over 12,000MB / s and use 14W or more. That is why the Team Group strives to provide the best thermal solutions that ensure stable, fast operation of SSDs for a long time.

TeamGroup Announces T-Force Siren AIO Liquid Cooler

In order to offer consumers the most suitable cooling solutions, the Team Group has developed a variety of cooling products for different environments over the years and has used different cooling materials. During this process, he obtained many patents for his innovations, such as graphene copper foil heat spreader and aluminum fin heat sink. In anticipation of the next-generation PCIe Gen5 SSDs this year, Team Group has launched the industry’s first comprehensive ARGB liquid cooling system to address the heat generated by the CPU and SSD. To provide the best cooling products to consumers around the world, Team Group strives to achieve the next peak of performance in SSD storage solutions.

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