TeamGroup Unleashes T-Force Cardea Zero-Z330 And The Zero-Z340 M.2 SSDs
Today, TEAMGROUP announces two new PCIe M.2 Solid State Drives, the T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO-Z330, and ZERO-Z340 M.2 SSDs. Both Intel and AMD compactable and support the latest PCIe Gen3x4 interface. It uses patented graphene copper foil cooling module and made with professional technology to achieve a thin and lightweight structure with less than 1mm of thickness. Specially built-in black and gold for gaming laptops and high-performance desktops, this is a weapon of choice for gamers who want to conquer the gaming world!
TeamGroup Unleashes T-Force Cardea Zero-Z330 & The Zero-Z340 M.2 SSDs - Featuring A High-Speed Interface And A Cooling Module For Maximum Performance
T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO-Z330 and CARDEA ZERO-Z340 M.2 SSDs, the two graphene high-speed solid-state drives are using the latest PCIe Gen3x4 high-speed interface with the NVMe 1.3 standard and has patented graphene copper foil cooling modules. The extremely thin and lightweight structure can eliminate device interference during installation. The two M.2 SSDs have continuous read/write speeds up to 2100/1700MB/s and 3400/3000MB/s respectively, providing different solutions for different usage needs of gamers.
After TeamGroup's T-FORCE internal laboratory’s long and rigorous test and burn-in test, the patented graphene structure of T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO-Z330 and CARDEA ZERO-Z340 M.2 SSDs has proven that it can provide a 9% of cooling effect after over three hours of continuous reading/writing. Both M.2 SSDs have comprehensive intelligent management technologies such as S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology), TRIM command, and LDPC ECC error correction mechanism. LDPC ECC allows for your stored files to be protected from errors and potential corruption. The stable and durable high performance allows gamers to fully enjoy the speed ride.
These new NVMe M.2 SSDs from TeamGroup seem to be quite a solid solution for gamers wanting quick storage. The maximum capacity for either drive is 1 TB. Pricing has not yet been released, but it will probably be in line with the average NVMe M.2 SSD currently available.