Wednesday, March 31st 2021

ZADAK Announces TWSG3 M.2 NVMe SSD

ZADAK, a leading provider of PC gaming components and innovative water cooling solutions, announces a new TWSG3 M.2 PCIe Gen 3x4 SSD using graphene heatsink technology. This appears alongside the new ZADAK Widget software which allows users to easily monitor the health of their SSD. It can be downloaded for free from the ZADAK website.

The TWSG3 features a graphene heatsink with a futuristic digital design, offering not only a stylish look but also 15% optimization of cooling performance. This heatsink will keep your SSD safe from high temperatures when it is under heavy load - whether booting your computer or loading the next game or application on your desktop PC. Graphene is a game-changing material that will be applied to many future PC technology developments - it's simply a matter of time. It really helps in reducing temperatures and was an ideal choice when searching for a complimentary material to add to the heatsink on the TWSG3.
The TWSG3 is also capable of achieving reading speeds of up to 3,500 MB/s and writing speeds of up to 3,200 MB/s. If you are looking for something that loads your OS faster and runs games with little or no delay, then this is the SSD for you.

As ZADAK expands its SSD product line, the internally developed SSD management software, ZADAK Widget, is now available for free download. The ZADAK Widget shows disk information, examines and reports on the status of your drives, and features read/write speed tests that allow you to monitor the drive's performance. It includes SMART technology which can help you identify how many hours you have used your SSD, how many times you have shut off their SSD under normal (and abnormal) circumstances, the present temperature of their SSD and other usage facts.
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7 Comments on ZADAK Announces TWSG3 M.2 NVMe SSD

#1
TheLostSwede
Keep seeing this brand releasing new products, but never seen them on sale anywhere. How are they still in business?
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#2
DeathtoGnomes
online only?


So we are finally seeing nanotube tech here. If this graphene heatsink tech become cheap enough, it will have an impact on how we envision future CPU/GPU cooling. No more huge towers?
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#3
bonehead123
m.E.h.....

Gen 3....sooooo b.O.r.I.n.G......

y/a/w/n//////////
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#4
Athlonite
why do the first 3 pics show a SATA M.2 SSD and only the ones where the SSD is in the M.2 slot on the mobo are NVMe
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#5
Anymal
ZADAK in Slavic languages!
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#6
Alexa
Who's Zadak? lol
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#7
DeathtoGnomes
Alexa
Who's Zadak? lol
some old dude with a sword and shield riding a Warg....
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