Thursday, August 27th 2020

TEAM GROUP Launches MP33 PRO PCIe SSD and CX Series 2.5-inch SSD

To meet users' different upgrade capacity requirements, TEAMGROUP today launched the highly compatible M.2 2280 specification, PCIe Gen 3 x4 interface MP33 PRO M.2 PCIe Solid State Drive, and CX1 and CX2 Series 2.5" Solid State Drives with advanced SLC caching technology. Both solid state drives provide a full range of storage capacities, offering stable performance and a new option for expanding storage capacity.

MP33 PRO M.2 PCIe Solid State Drive adopts PCIe Gen 3 x4 high-speed interface and highly compatible M.2 2280 specification. The maximum read/write speed can reach 2,100/1,700 MB/s, and the random read/write capacity of 4K IOPS 220,000 can greatly increase the efficiency of data processing. A large capacity of up to 2 TB is released for professional users, which can meet the needs of creators and gamers who need large amounts of storage space for their material. And the built-in smart algorithm management mechanism can ensure operation efficiency, speed and data storage stability.
The CX Series 2.5" Solid State Drives are your first choice when it comes to installing entry-level PC. It has advanced SLC Caching technology and a read/write speed of 540/490 MB/s, which is four times faster than traditional hard drives. The CS Series Solid State Drives are available in capacities ranging from 240 GB to 1 TB. The shock-resistant and drop-proof features can increase the service life. The previously released EX Series Solid State Drives are available as advanced options. In order to provide consumers with multiple and complete product lines to choose from, TEAMGROUP has established the TEAMGROUP family product lines to provide a wide range of solutions for different upgraded equipment from entry-level to advanced level to meet all needs at once.
For more information, visit the product pages of the MP33 PRO, CX1 and CX2.
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6 Comments on TEAM GROUP Launches MP33 PRO PCIe SSD and CX Series 2.5-inch SSD

#1
bonehead123
btarunr
The maximum read/write speed can reach 2,100/1,700 MB/s
hahahaha...... me grannie is slowwwww, but hey, she's 104 years old.. :roll:..:D..:clap:

what a waste of time/effort/resources.......
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#2
Hardware Geek
bonehead123
hahahaha...... me grannie is slowwwww, but hey, she's 104 years old.. :roll:..:D..:clap:

what a waste of time/effort/resources.......
It depends on pricing. These could be a decent option for people who want a secondary SSD for rarely used files they want or need to keep. Still light years faster than a sata3 connection.
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#3
Xex360
Hardware Geek
It depends on pricing. These could be a decent option for people who want a secondary SSD for rarely used files they want or need to keep. Still light years faster than a sata3 connection.
I second that, I can add another NVMe in my mobo but only PCIe gen 2 so this could be perfect if the pricing follows, unfortunately it's never the case, those entry level SSD are not worth it, they aren't cheap enough for a bit more you can get better SSDs both is speed and longevity.
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#4
AsRock
TPU addict
Hardware Geek
It depends on pricing. These could be a decent option for people who want a secondary SSD for rarely used files they want or need to keep. Still light years faster than a sata3 connection.
Just what i thought when i got the Dark from them and it's been the 2nd worsed SSD i owned, 1st one died.
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#5
Vader
They really need to hire a better graphics designer, those 2.5" ssds are ugly AF
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#6
lexluthermiester
Once again with an SSD drive maker not declaring what kind of NAND they're using. This stinks of hiding the fact that QLC is being used, which is unacceptable for a main boot/OS drive. Team Group, DO BETTER!!
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