Friday, September 27th 2019

TEAMGROUP Releases MP33 M.2 PCIe Solid State Drive, Classic SD Memory Card

TEAMGROUP releases a solid state drive and a memory card designed for expanding storage space. These two products are: MP33 M.2 PCIe Solid State Drive that supports the latest NVMe 1.3 standard and adopts PCIe Gen3 x4 interface, and Classic SD Memory card that is suitable for Full-HD video recording with many capacities available to choose from.

TEAMGROUP releases MP33 M.2 PCIe Solid State Drive, which has the latest NVMe 1.3 standard, and adopts high speed PCIe Gen3 x4 interface and the newest generation of 3D flash memory technology, allowing capacity, performance, durability to be greatly improved in every way. MP33 has a mainstream 2280 (22 mm x 80 mm) size with maximum storage capacity up to 1 TB. The highest read/write speed can reach up to 1800/1500 MB/s, which is three times faster than the read/write speed of conventional SATA III interface. MP33 has built-in smart management mechanism and supports S.M.A.R.T function. It not only improves the accuracy and reliability of data transfer, but also allows consumers to experience a fast and stable performance. It is the wisest choice for your laptop, mini PC or gaming PC.
Classic SD Memory Card not only has UHS Speed Class 1 (U1) rating, but also has the V10 rating for video recording. Currently, the available capacities are from 16 GB to 256 GB, to meet the storage requirements of different devices. It can store up to tens of thousands of high-quality photos, or record up to tens of hours of Full HD videos. Nowadays, with the increasing demand for high quality video recording and photo shooting, it is a great news for photography enthusiasts, satisfying consumers who pursue the high performance video and audio experience. Classic SD Card not only can endure extreme temperature, but it also has long term protections like waterproof, shock resistant, x ray proof and static proof. In addition, the lifetime warranty can allow consumers to have a better protection and enjoy shooting and recording precious moment without any interruption.
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10 Comments on TEAMGROUP Releases MP33 M.2 PCIe Solid State Drive, Classic SD Memory Card

#1
bonehead123
Teamgroup....

Usually at the low end, and apparently, quite content to stay there, if these meh products are any indication......
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#2
cucker tarlson
bonehead123
Teamgroup....

Usually at the low end, and apparently, quite content to stay there, if these meh products are any indication......
if buying ssds of all tiers taught me anything,it's that all I ever need is low end.
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TheLostSwede
cucker tarlson
if buying ssds of all tiers taught me anything,it's that all I ever need is low end.
Until they fail and the warranty isn't honoured...
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silentbogo
TheLostSwede
Until they fail and the warranty isn't honoured...
At least locally never had a problem with warranty on these. Basically all I get lately is low-end, like Patriot Burst, Team, ADATA, and Polish Goodram SSDs. All make pretty decent 3D NAND TLC drives, and most come with an adequate 3-5year warranty. Their MP34 NVME lineup is pretty good too. The only downfall is price: for the same amount of money you get a slightly faster ADATA SX8200 with 5 year coverage. I think in the past year I've only purchased Samsung EVO/PRO twice, only because it was specifically requested by a customer.

P.S. Though, judging by R/W speeds it seems like a QLC drive, so I expect this to be on the super-cheap side.
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TheLostSwede
silentbogo
P.S. Though, judging by R/W speeds it seems like a QLC drive, so I expect this to be on the super-cheap side.
Using new generation of 3D flash memory

More likely a 4 rather than 8-channel controller.
PCIe 3.0 x2 would've been sufficient for those speeds though...
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silentbogo
TheLostSwede
Using new generation of 3D flash memory
That's a vague description, cause it could be anything from higher-layer-count 3D TLC to QLC. Even their previous MP34 is an MLC drive, hence a little price premium over faster TLC configurations.

TheLostSwede
PCIe 3.0 x2 would've been sufficient for those speeds though...
Not for the entire lineup, though. PCIe 3.0 x2 offers ~1GB/s per lane. Minus overhead, minus safe headroom for stable operation, and at the end 2 lanes are not enough for that 1TB model. That's probably why most PCIe 3.0 x2 drives cap out at most with 1600-1700 read and much lower write speeds (and the ones that claim 1800MB/s or more never actually reach that speed).
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#7
yakk
TeamGroup is an interesting company, they will use miscellaneous Nand combinations for their bottom priced SSDs to Samsung B-Die for their top end DRAM.
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#8
Ferrum Master
I wouldn't put such sdcards near my camera as such... Although I had only one crap out on me and it was a Lexar, I bought just because it came with a UHS-II reader. Quit fooling around stick to Sandisk Extreme Pro. If the buffer fills, it is already pain slow with 90MB/s. Buying anything less seems stupid as you limit yourself.
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#9
yakk
As much as I do use Teamgroup Dark Pro DRAM, the only SD & MicroSD cards I use now are Samsung. Airport X-ray machines killed more SD cards than I'd care to count and Samsung resist the best I've used so far, good class 3 speed too.
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#10
AsRock
TPU addict
I know i will not trust one for some time, the one i have has been a total roller coaster all it's life, picture only shows a fraction.

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