Thursday, April 8th 2021

Team Group Launches T-FORCE CARDEA A440 PCIe 4.0 SSD

Leading memory provider TEAMGROUP challenges the SSD industry's highest speeds today with its launch of the CARDEA A440 PCIe 4.0 SSD under its gaming sub-brand T-FORCE. It features extreme read and write speeds up to 7000 MB/s and 6900 MB/s, respectively, and comes with two patented heat sinks that gamers can install and match to their needs. The SSD's blazing speeds will help players unleash their skills and venture into gaming worlds faster than ever.

The T-FORCE CARDEA A440 PCIe 4.0 SSD supports the PCIe Gen 4x4 specification and the latest NVMe 1.4 standard and is backward compatible with PCIe 3.0 interface ports. Not only does it support high read/write speeds of up to 7000/6900 MB/s, but it is also available with large capacities of 1 or 2 TB. The classic matte black CARDEA A440 features two of the industry's first interchangeable, patent-certified thermal modules. The layered and unique beveled surface of the "aluminium fins" is specially designed to increase the heat dissipation area and can reduce SSD temperature by up to 15%[1]. The "ultra-thin graphene heat sinks" consist of the best materials for thermal conductivity and can dissipate heat by up to 9%. TEAMGROUP's CARDEA A440 provides the best heat dissipation solution. Gamers no longer need to worry about encountering thermal throttling when running games at full speed, causing slowdowns. They can freely enjoy the ultimate gaming experience.
The T-FORCE CARDEA A440 SSD uses the latest RRL (Read Recovery Level) technology, which can improve the SSD's lifespan. Its optimized NVM Sets segmentation mechanism and PLM (Predictable Latency Mode) reduces latency and read and write wear. The CARDEA A440 SSD not only features remarkable specifications but also heat dissipation technology and excellent durability, providing the most stable experience for users and helping them realize their full gaming potential.

T-FORCE CARDEA A440 will be available for sale worldwide in May, 2021. MSRP: USD $229 for the 1 TB variant, and $429 for the 2 TB variant.
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6 Comments on Team Group Launches T-FORCE CARDEA A440 PCIe 4.0 SSD

#1
bonehead123
btarunr
The "ultra-thin graphene heat sinks" consist of the best materials for thermal conductivity and can dissipate heat by up to 9%.
But, but,,,,,

1st they call graphene the best HS material, but in the sentence before that, it says the alum. finned HS can do a 15% reduction, whadafukishima ??????
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#2
jsfitz54
bonehead123
But, but,,,,,

1st they call graphene the best HS material, but in the sentence before that, it says the alum. finned HS can do a 15% reduction, whadafukishima ??????
Written by the Fugawi.
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#3
Caring1
bonehead123
But, but,,,,,

1st they call graphene the best HS material, but in the sentence before that, it says the alum. finned HS can do a 15% reduction, whadafukishima ??????
Reread it, it says surface area is increased 15%
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#4
TumbleGeorge
But less than 45 days to SSD's with 176 layer nand flash chips. My previous fake predictions (2-3 months) is "cleared" today. :D
Month of May will be interesting! This is not enough. Also some AMD's CPU's and graphic cards with budget models GPU's will be launched. AMD Cesanne desktop and non X models of Ryzen 5000 series... maybe include Ryzen 3... Maybe Nvidia will launch all other RTX 30* series which people's hope to be done soon. There is a little problem with PCB's deliveries and has another predictions for increase prices of hardware but this might be fake. Spring! Birds are singing, butterflies flight, the flours blooming!
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#6
TumbleGeorge
Prima.Vera
any review of those?
Maybe when really be launched. In other websites today action is called "announcement" not "launches".
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