Tuesday, May 22nd 2012

Team Group Xtreem SSD SATA II A1 Launched

Team Group Inc., one of the leading manufacturers of memory products in the world, is expanding the SSD market this year. We are constantly working to improve ourselves in R&D capability. In addition to surpassing ourselves technically, Team Group is now rolling out the new generation power-saving SSD SATA II A1 to cut the power bills and watch out for the pockets of consumers who are suffering the increase of fuel and electricity prices. This is one new serious product with a high C/P value!

SSD SATA II A1 features high-speed NAND Flash as the data storage. The built-in 128MB DDR Cache memory combined with S.M.A.R.T, ECC automatic error correction protection, the supports for WIN7 TRIM Command and the PHISON 3105 controller allows writing/reading speed up to 270MB/s and 210MB/s, respectively, and random writing/reading up to 15000/6000 IOPS. It is a perfect evolution of data transmission speed and completeness. The zero-noise and lower power consumption design gives longer operation time and improved working efficiency for laptop users, making SSD SATA II A1.

As a leading provider of memory storage products to the consumer market, Team Group is committed to providing the best storage, multimedia and data sharing solutions. All Team memory module products come with a lifetime warranty, repair and replacement services. For more information, please visit the Team website at www.teamgroup.com.tw.
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8 Comments on Team Group Xtreem SSD SATA II A1 Launched

#1
Rowsol
Hmm, interesting controller choice. Never heard of it. I bought a couple sticks of their memory to try and they work fine.
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#2
TheLostSwede
Phison is a Taiwanese company, they've sort of fallen to the side though, as I don't think they have a SATA 6Gbps SSD controller and I don't think they were ever all that good.
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sergionography
man im sick of hearing all about new SSD's every other day with different memory controllers and fancy features and more and more performance as if that what we really need
what we need is something cheap for gods sake! we Need good capacity with all the SSD benefits, I dont care if its not the fastest thing out there it will still be faster than my HDD

240GB for 99$ that would be a good start as the cheapest you can get today is $1 per GB
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#6
TheLostSwede
Except this is a slow-ass SSD with a cheap controller...
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#7
Rowsol
by: TheLostSwede
Except this is a slow-ass SSD with a cheap controller...
No SSD is slow. And cheap controller = cheaper prices.
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sergionography
by: Rowsol
No SSD is slow. And cheap controller = cheaper prices.
Man whatever I'm yet to see a cheap ssd
But true any ssd is an upgrade over an hdd, if not for the write/read speeds then the random access and what not alone is worth it
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