Thursday, May 26th 2016

Team Group Readies New T-Force Line of Memory and SSDs

Team Group is giving finishing touches to its new T-Force line of high-performance DDR4 memory targeted at enthusiast PC builds. T-Force will be an umbrella-brand for Team Group, and the company will launch Dark, Dark Pro, and Xtreem sub-branded products under it. Below is a render of the first T-Force DDR4 memory module, with Dark Pro sub-branding. The company is said to be preparing a T-Force Xtreem module that runs at DDR4-4266 MHz with timings of 18-22-22-40, and DRAM voltage of 1.4V. Team Group is also launching solid-state drives (SSDs) under the T-Force brand, which will initially include the Dark and Dark Pro sub-brands. Below is a render of a 960 GB T-Force Dark SSD.
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5 Comments on Team Group Readies New T-Force Line of Memory and SSDs

#1
hojnikb
Let me guess; Phison S10 and 15nm TLC flash.
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RejZoR
Is there anything else really? SandForce that used to be super popular is now basically just gone since Seagate bought them, Samsung has their own, only good one remaining is Marvell. I think Crucial is still using their controllers. And that's about it.
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jsfitz54
RejZoR said:
Is there anything else really? SandForce that used to be super popular is now basically just gone since Seagate bought them, Samsung has their own, only good one remaining is Marvell. I think Crucial is still using their controllers. And that's about it.
Plextor is still using Marvell...I just bought a M7V 512GB. This is my 4th Plextor drive. I am happy with all of them. http://www.goplextor.com/Support/Downloads
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hojnikb
RejZoR said:
Is there anything else really? SandForce that used to be super popular is now basically just gone since Seagate bought them, Samsung has their own, only good one remaining is Marvell. I think Crucial is still using their controllers. And that's about it.
Crucial never used sandforce. They relied on marvell in the past and used some phison and siliconmotion as well.
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RejZoR
That's what I said... The "still using their controller was linked to Marvell being mentioned. I know Crucial never used SandForce...
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