Summary: Team Group Inc.'s T-FORCE SIREN GD120S AIO Cooler utilizes patented technology and a precision aluminium alloy dual-tube water block to keep PCIe 5.0 SSDs running at optimal temperatures, even during heavy load, while also prioritizing environmental sustainability.
- Patented technology to deliver exceptional performance and keep SSDs running at optimal temperatures
- Ability to keep PCIe 5.0 SSDs under 54°C even during heavy load
- Ceramic shaft design and three silent motors for silent operation, high efficiency, and stable liquid cooling
Team Group Inc., the gaming brand behind T-FORCE, has just launched their latest innovation in the world of cooling solutions for PCIe 2280 SSDs – the T-FORCE SIREN GD120S AIO Cooler. This All-in-One liquid cooling solution utilizes exclusive patented technology (Taiwan Invention Patent No.: I778726) to deliver exceptional performance and keep SSDs running at optimal temperatures.
One of the standout features of the SIREN GD120 is its ability to keep PCIe 5.0 SSDs under 54°C even during heavy load, according to tests conducted by Team Group. This is achieved through the integration of a precision aluminium alloy dual-tube water block with double-layered thermal pads. These components ensure that the SSD controller chip and IC are securely attached to the copper base of the cooler, allowing for efficient heat dissipation.
The pump of the SIREN GD120 utilizes a ceramic shaft design and three silent motors, resulting in silent operation, high efficiency, and stable liquid cooling. Additionally, the cooler is equipped with a 120 mm radiator featuring 13 high-density aluminium fins, effectively removing the high temperatures generated by M.2 PCIe 5.0 SSDs.
To further enhance its performance, the T-FORCE SIREN GD120S AIO SSD Cooler comes with a 12 cm ARGB PWM fan that adjusts its speed based on system temperature. This not only ensures optimal heat dissipation but also helps save energy. Furthermore, the fan adds a touch of customization with its ability to create personalized lighting effects.
Aside from its impressive cooling capabilities, the T-FORCE SIREN GD120S AIO SSD Cooler also prioritizes environmental sustainability. It is manufactured using environmentally friendly processes and is RoHS compliant. Additionally, it is packaged with recyclable materials, further reducing its impact on the environment.
Excitingly, the T-FORCE SIREN GD120S AIO SSD Cooler will be available for purchase on Amazon in North America at the end of December. To stay up to date with the latest news regarding this innovative cooling solution, be sure to follow Team Group’s official website and social media channels.
About Team Group: TeamGroup Inc. is a Taiwanese company that was founded in 1997. The company's headquarters are located in New Taipei City, Taiwan. TeamGroup is a reputable brand in the computer hardware industry, specializing in memory and storage solutions. They offer a variety of products, including RAM modules, SSDs, USB drives, and memory cards, catering to both consumer and professional needs.
liquid cooling: Liquid cooling is a technology used to cool down computer components, such as processors, graphics cards, and other components that generate a lot of heat. It works by circulating a liquid coolant, such as water or a special coolant, through a series of pipes and radiators. The liquid absorbs the heat from the components and then dissipates it into the air. This technology is becoming increasingly popular in the computer industry due to its ability to provide more efficient cooling than traditional air cooling methods. Liquid cooling can also be used to overclock components, allowing them to run at higher speeds than their rated speeds. This technology is becoming increasingly popular in the gaming industry, as it allows gamers to get the most out of their hardware.
M.2: M.2, also known as Next Generation Form Factor (NGFF), is a computer expansion card format that is designed to replace the outdated mSATA standard. It is thinner and longer than mSATA, which gives it a much higher data transfer rate. The M.2 format measures 22mm in width and can measure up to 110mm in length. It uses the M-key and B-key connectors to interface with PC host systems, and can connect to both SATA III and PCIe for data transfer. Due to its small size, M.2 is often used for ultra-slim laptops and netbooks, as well as in embedded SSDs for tablets and other mobile devices. It is also becoming increasingly popular in the desktop computer industry, thanks to its compactness and fast transfer speeds. This makes M.2 ideal for gaming PCs, workstations, and other demanding applications that require high levels of data throughput.
PCIe: PCIe (Peripheral Component Interconnect Express) is a high-speed serial computer expansion bus standard for connecting components such as graphics cards, sound cards, and network cards to a motherboard. It is the most widely used interface in the computer industry today, and is used in both desktop and laptop computers. PCIe is capable of providing up to 16 times the bandwidth of the older PCI standard, allowing for faster data transfer speeds and improved performance. It is also used in a variety of other applications, such as storage, networking, and communications. PCIe is an essential component of modern computing, and its applications are only expected to grow in the future.
PWM: Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) is a type of technology used in the computer industry that allows for control over pulse and frequency. It works by modulating an output signal’s pulse width or duty cycle to vary the on and off times of the signal. This technology can be used to control and regulate different DC motor, lighting, and other devices. In the computer industry, PWM is often used to control the speed of CPU and GPU fan speeds for improved cooling. It is also used to control backlighting levels on devices such as keyboards or monitors. PWM is versatile, cost-effective, and efficient; as such, it is an important technology in the computer industry.
SSD: A Solid State Drive (SSD) is a modern data storage device that employs flash memory technology to store data electronically. Unlike traditional hard disk drives (HDDs), SSDs have no moving parts, resulting in significantly faster read and write speeds. This leads to quicker boot times, faster application loading, and smoother overall system performance. SSDs are known for their durability, shock resistance, and energy efficiency, making them ideal for laptops, ultrabooks, and other portable devices. They come in various form factors, including 2.5-inch, M.2, and PCIe cards, and are favored for their reliability, quiet operation, and reduced heat generation
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