Thursday, May 27th 2021

TEAMGROUP Launches All-Round Storage Solutions at COMPUTEX 2021

Leading memory brand TEAMGROUP is returning to COMPUTEX 2021 with all of its sub-brands with full force. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic that continues to ravage the globe, the organizers of COMPUTEX have canceled the physical exhibition and switched to an online dual platform exhibition (exhibition dates: 5/31/2021-6/30/2021). As a Taiwanese brand, TEAMGROUP is excited to launch three all-round storage solutions simultaneously at this year's online COMPUTEX expo.

The three themes of the products are "heat dissipation," "large storage capacity," and "DDR5," which corresponds with TEAMGROUP's slogan at the 2021 online expo: "Chill the Heat, Feel the Speed, Make it Big." The exhibition will unveil TEAMGROUP's all-round solutions, and consumers will be able to get a first glimpse of TEAMGROUP's exciting showcase video on its official social media pages and COMPUTEX's dual online platforms. TEAMGROUP's 2021 showcase begins with the theme of "heat dissipation," followed by "large storage capacity," and lastly, the new generation of "DDR5."
Innovative material design with industry-leading " heat dissipation " technology
M.2 PCIe SSDs run into throttling issues when running at high speeds for long periods of time. TEAMGROUP offers heat dissipating solutions made with innovative materials, such as its invincible aluminium fin patented heat sinks, ultra-thin patented graphene heat sinks, and aerospace ceramic heat sinks, which can all significantly improve cooling. These innovations have earned invention and utility model patents across the Chinese-speaking markets.

The T-FORCE CARDEA A440 PCIe4.0 SSD is the first in the industry to incorporate two patented heat sinks, giving you the benefits of a patented invincible aluminium heat sink and a patented ultra-thin graphene heat sink all at once and the flexibility to choose your preferred cooling method. As long as you have a motherboard that supports the M.2 PCIe SSD interface, the CARDEA A440 PCIe4.0 SSD can offer the right cooling solution, which allows gamers to choose the best heatsink that fits their needs. This unique offering exhibits TEAMGROUP's ingenuity in designing.

The T-FORCE R&D team created the heatsinks of the CARDEA Ceramic C440 SSD with innovative aerospace ceramic materials. Ceramic heat sinks not only provide better cooling (high watts of dissipation, no heat storage, and direct heat dissipation), they are also thin and light and resistant to electromagnetic interference, high temperatures, and thermal shock. The C440's heat sink is only about 1 mm, which eliminates many structural installation issues. The CARDEA Ceramic SSD elevates one's gaming experience and daily work efficiency while brightening desktops with its elegant white and gold finish.

Offers massive storage capacity and solves the problem of insufficient space
Nowadays, data grows exponentially. To solve the problem of insufficient storage, TEAMGROUP looks ahead, launching large-capacity memory, solid-state drives, and memory cards for consumers around the world. The T-FORCE R&D team continuously surpasses previous limits, introducing higher frequency memory as well as increased memory capacities.

During this year's COMPUTEX, the T-FORCE team is targeting the high-end Intel & AMD HEDT (high-end desktop) platforms that require ultra-high performance computing by launching the T-FORCE XTREEM ARGB DDR4-3600 MHz CL18-22-22-42 256 GB (8 x 32 GB) ultra-large capacity memory 8-module kit. The T-FORCE XTREEM ARGB won the Red Dot Design Award for its marvelous mirror finish and brilliant lighting that penetrates the heat spreader and creates a dazzling layered effect. It meets the large capacity requirements of high-end workstations, video and audio editing, and scientific computing. The XTREEM ARGB is also the best choice for gamers seeking top memory performance.

In an era of pursuing flash stacking technology, capacity and read/write performances are the top specs consumers look for when choosing an SSD. The MP34Q M.2 PCIe SSD, which is being unveiled at the expo, features the latest 3D QLC flash memory and offers up to an immense 8 TB of storage while coming in a small form factor, meeting the storage and computing requirements for AI. In addition to having a transfer speed of over 3000 MB per second, the MP34Q M.2 PCIe SSD has low power consumption, earthquake resistance, and noiseless, making it the top choice for high capacity and performance SSDs.

In addition to having a variety of specifications to meet the demands for different applications, TEAMGROUP's memory products also place great importance on fast read/write and transfer speeds. Huge capacity models with 1 TB will be released for the popular GAMING A2 CARD and GO 4K Micro SDXC UHS-I product lines. The T-FORCE GAMING A2 CARD is made specifically for mobile and handheld gamers. Featuring a large capacity of up to 1 TB, it provides the ultimate removable media solution for portable entertainment devices. Whether for accessing games, movies, music, or books, the GAMING A2 CARD can meet all your entertainment media needs. With read/write speeds of up to 100/90 MB/s, loading time can be significantly reduced, providing a more seamless experience. It is the ultimate choice for handheld game consoles, smartphones, and tablets.

The GO 4K Micro SDXC UHS-I is specially designed for extreme sports photography. With the massive capacity of 1 TB, users who engage in outdoor sports do not have to worry about running out of storage. Whether you are hiking, diving or skiing, the GO 4K Micro SDXC lets you record every second in high-definition video. It provides the speed and storage you need to film more of your outdoor adventures in 4K UHD and capture exciting moments of your life whenever you want.

Successfully taken the lead over competing PCB manufacturers in creating consumer DDR5 memory
With the new generation of memory arriving soon, TEAMGROUP has taken the lead to release a DDR5 memory module under its globally top-selling ELITE memory product line. It will come with 16 GB and run at 4,800 MHz. To increase the memory access performance of the improved architecture, the number of bank groups is doubled that of DDR4. The operating voltage is lowered from 1.2 V to 1.1 V, and data transfer rates have risen from 4,800 Mbps to 5,200 Mbps. That is a 10% reduction in power consumption and an increase of 60% in transfer rate. Furthermore, today's DDR4 memory requires an additional chip if ECC error correction is needed, but the new DDR5 memory comes with on-die ECC to automatically repair itself and significantly improve system stability. TEAMGROUP's exciting new generation of DDR5 products is releasing soon and will surely impress.
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For COMPUTEX 2021, TEAMGROUP is also hosting an online giveaway where participants have a chance to win excellent prizes. Please stay tuned to the official TEAMGROUP website and the official fan page for information. Watch TEAMGROUP's 2021 online exhibition from anywhere in the world to see the spectacular new pieces of technology.
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14 Comments on TEAMGROUP Launches All-Round Storage Solutions at COMPUTEX 2021

#1
ZoneDymo
"Chill the heat, feel the speed" urgg sounds terrible, just the rhyming or whatever, it just sounds bad in my head
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zlobby
ZoneDymo"Chill the heat, feel the speed" urgg sounds terrible, just the rhyming or whatever, it just sounds bad in my head
Very few Chinese tech companies, even big ones, put effort to try and understand how their marketing sounds and looks to native English speakers.
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TheLostSwede
zlobbyVery few Chinese tech companies, even big ones, put effort to try and understand how their marketing sounds and looks to native English speakers.
It's a Taiwanese company, not Chinese.
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#4
RealKGB
Wait, there's 1TB MicroSD cards now! Cool!

Actually, that'll make the "1TB" MicroSD cards seem more real since they actually exist now...
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#5
demian_vi
TheLostSwedeIt's a Taiwanese company, not Chinese.
still Chinese speaking Taiwanese company
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TheLostSwede
demian_vistill Chinese speaking Taiwanese company
Mandarin you mean? There's no Chinese language.
A lot of people in Taiwan speak other languages than Mandarin.

According to your logic, does that maker Americans English, because they speak English?
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zlobby
TheLostSwedeIt's a Taiwanese company, not Chinese.
I stand corrected. I also still insist on my general messsge here.
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TheLostSwede
zlobbyI stand corrected. I also still insist on my general messsge here.
Oh, the rest was on point. You don't even need to be a native speaker to be irked by the marketing and PR from Taiwan.
I have tried to make companies understand that, but no-one gets it. In the end, you just give up, or your head will just hurt too much.
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demian_vi
TheLostSwedeMandarin you mean? There's no Chinese language.
A lot of people in Taiwan speak other languages than Mandarin.

According to your logic, does that maker Americans English, because they speak English?
there is a Chinese language, stop pretending to be the resident TPU expert in everything ffs

and that's not my logic, that's just you trying to be smart. my lgic is the same as @zlobby, Chinese marketing sound strange in non Chinese speakers, as does ENglish speaking amrketing to non-English speakers
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#10
TheLostSwede
demian_vithere is a Chinese language, stop pretending to be the resident TPU expert in everything ffs

and that's not my logic, that's just you trying to be smart. my lgic is the same as @zlobby, Chinese marketing sound strange in non Chinese speakers, as does ENglish speaking amrketing to non-English speakers
Sorry, but that's simply not true. It's not called Chinese as a language. The predominant one called Mandarin and it's what many people speak in the PRC, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Malaysia and some other places, but it's not the only language spoken by those that call themselves chinese.
If you want to be ignorant, that's fine, but then don't make your statements out to be fact.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_China
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_Taiwan
Besides, the Mandarin in Taiwan is not the same as the one in the PRC and they even have different written languages.
I have lived in Taiwan for a good chunk of my life and I have worked in marketing here, so in this case, I guess I really am the TPU expert, as I don't think too many other people here have done that.

Sorry, but could you fix whatever you wrote, as it doesn't really make sense.
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demian_vi
TheLostSwedeSorry, but that's simply not true. It's not called Chinese as a language. The predominant one called Mandarin and it's what many people speak in the PRC, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Malaysia and some other places, but it's not the only language spoken by those that call themselves chinese.
If you want to be ignorant, that's fine, but then don't make your statements out to be fact.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_China
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Languages_of_Taiwan
Besides, the Mandarin in Taiwan is not the same as the one in the PRC and they even have different written languages.
I have lived in Taiwan for a good chunk of my life and I have worked in marketing here, so in this case, I guess I really am the TPU expert, as I don't think too many other people here have done that.

Sorry, but could you fix whatever you wrote, as it doesn't really make sense.
the link you posted links to this en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_language and clearly mentions "The predominant language is Standard Chinese, which is based on central Mandarin"
also the Mandarin link actually is en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandarin_Chinese.
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TheLostSwede
demian_vithe link you posted links to this en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_language and clearly mentions "The predominant language is Standard Chinese, which is based on central Mandarin"
also the Mandarin link actually is en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandarin_Chinese.
But the language isn't called chinese as you can see, it's called Mandarin. Also, "standard chinese" would be the same as "standard english" which isn't a thing.
And again, Taiwan isn't the PRC.
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zlobby
TheLostSwedeBut the language isn't called chinese as you can see, it's called Mandarin. Also, "standard chinese" would be the same as "standard english" which isn't a thing.
And again, Taiwan isn't the PRC.
There we go! The pissing contest is in full swing. If it helps to anyone, I have a 12", fat schlong. Do I win?
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demian_vi
zlobbyThere we go! The pissing contest is in full swing. If it helps to anyone, I have a 12", fat schlong. Do I win?
close 2nd
TheLostSwedeBut the language isn't called chinese as you can see, it's called Mandarin. Also, "standard chinese" would be the same as "standard english" which isn't a thing.
And again, Taiwan isn't the PRC.
please read the links you share to make sure they support you argument
and Taiwan is ROC and a stickler like you should know that
TheLostSwedeThere's no Chinese language.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_language
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