The new Team Groupe hard drives have a new label. The latter eliminates mechanical interference during assembly and dissipates heat.
Traditionally, to cool, SSD hard drives have a heat sink. But Team Group’s new SSD offers a much smaller solution.
A finer cooling system
Team Group’s new hard drive (SSD), the MP44L M.2 PCIe 4.0, features new cooling technology. The latter is based on a heat-dissipating graphene label less than 1 mm thick, placed on the SSD. Hard disk cooling therefore does not require the installation of additional thermal equipment. “With the built-in M.2 heatsink, the heat dissipation performance is doubled,” the official website says.
Specifically, Team Group’s new MP44L M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSD has an integrated M.2 heatsink that can double the heat dissipation performance. But that’s not all. It also boasts capacities of 250 GB, 500 GB, 1 TB and 2 TB, with a read speed of up to 5,000 MB/s and a write speed of up to 4,500 MB/s.
More efficient technologies
All hard drive versions support SLC Cache technology. The latter has the advantage of being very precise when reading and writing data and has a relatively long lifespan. However, it is very expensive.
The company’s new hard drives have LSDP technology, “low density parity checking”, which gives them a certain speed of execution. Finally, these SSDs will support the latest NVMe 1.4 standards and feature software from SMART to monitor product quality and performance. Note that “NVMe”, for “Non-Volatile Memory express” is a standard developed especially for SSDs by a consortium of suppliers. It includes Intel, Samsung, Sandisk, Dell and Seagate.
The 1TB model is priced up to $135.99, and the 2TB version is priced up to $287.99. Marketing is expected to begin in late August at Amazon and Newegg in the United States. Team Group says it will supply its SSDs with a “trustworthy and reliable five-year warranty”.
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