Wednesday, April 15th 2020

Team Group Announces T-Force Cardea Zero Z330 and Z340 NVMe SSD Lines

TEAMGROUP announces two new PCIe M.2 Solid State Drives, the T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO-Z330 and ZERO-Z340 M.2 SSDs. Both Intel and AMD compatible and support the latest PCIe Gen3 x4 interface. It uses patented graphene copper foil cooling module and made with professional technology to achieve a thin and lightweight structure with less than 1 mm of thickness. Specially built in black and gold for gaming laptops and high performance desktops, this is a weapon of choice for gamers who want to conquer the gaming world.

T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO-Z330 and CARDEA ZERO-Z340 M.2 SSDs, the two graphene high-speed solid state drives are using the latest PCIe Gen3 x4 high speed interface with the NVMe 1.3 standard and has patented graphene copper foil cooling modules. The extremely thin and lightweight structure can eliminate device interference during installation. The two M.2 SSDs have continuous read/write speeds up to 2100 MB/s reads with up to 1700 MB/s writes; and 3400/ 3000 MB/s respectively, providing different solutions for different usage needs of gamers.
After T-FORCE internal laboratory's long and rigorous test and burn-in test, the patented graphene structure of T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO-Z330 and CARDEA ZERO-Z340 M.2 SSDs has proven that it can provide a 9% of cooling effect after over three hours of continuous reading/writing. Both M.2 SSDs have comprehensive intelligent management technologies such as S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology), TRIM command, LDPC ECC error correction mechanism, etc. The stable and durable high performance allows gamers to fully enjoy the speed ride.

For more information, visit the product pages of the T-Force Cardea Zero Z330 and T-Force Cardea Zero Z340.
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4 Comments on Team Group Announces T-Force Cardea Zero Z330 and Z340 NVMe SSD Lines

#1
btarunr
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Why do I read "Cardea" in Miles O'Brien's voice?
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#2
r_aquarii
how is pcie gen 3 the latest?
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#3
Arjai
Cardea the Roman Goddess of the Hinge. M2 NVME hinge zero? Not sure the meaning or the reason.
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#4
bonehead123
The graphene cooler thing is interesting, but really, why put that kinda R&D/tech into a LAST gen 3 device ??

And if it's meant to go into lappys, who gives a crap what color it is ???
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