Thursday, January 27th 2022

TEAMGROUP T-FORCE Debuts the Latest PCIe Gen5 SSD

To meet the demand for high-speed storage driven by big data, TEAMGROUP is utilizing its years of experience in computer storage solutions to launch the newest PCIe Gen5 SSD this year. In light of the generational advancements of PCIe 5.0, the company is actively committed to developing products using cutting-edge technologies. With its expertise in R&D and dedication to product excellence, the company is excited to enter the next era of SSD storage solutions and to deliver spectacular new products to the world.

TEAMGROUP is releasing its first PCIe Gen5 SSD under its gaming sub-brand T-FORCE as part of the CARDEA series. It is capable of maximum sequential read speeds of over 13,000 MB/s and write speeds exceeding 12,000 MB/s, and together with a maximum storage capacity of 4 TB, it will be the highest performance PCIe Gen5 flagship SSD on the market when launched. The T-FORCE PCIe Gen5 SSD will support the latest NVMe 2.0 and will be enhanced using proprietary technology to improve durability and product lifespan. The new hardware and support will enable its Gen5 SSDs to fully meet the needs of the gaming computing market, video streaming, augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and other next-gen digital domains. TEAMGROUP plans to mass-produce T-FORCE CARDEA series' PCIe Gen5 SSD in 2022 Q3, and will also launch a variety of efficient cooling solutions for the PCIe Gen5 SSD. Together with its global motherboard manufacturing partners, TEAMGROUP will continue to refine specifications and technologies of the latest generation of SSDs to meet market demands and provide consumers around the world with a stable and rapid storage experience.
Source: Teamgroup
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12 Comments on TEAMGROUP T-FORCE Debuts the Latest PCIe Gen5 SSD

#2
TheLostSwede
W1zzard2022 Q3
Yeah, which also makes this part quite funny
it will be the highest performance PCIe Gen5 flagship SSD on the market when launched
as they can apparently predict the future and knows what all of their competitors are going to launch between now and then.
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#3
Prima.Vera
13GB/s maximum sequential read speeds, which is irelevant for daily use. How about the 4K ? ;)
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#4
TheLostSwede
Prima.Vera13GB/s maximum sequential read speeds, which is irelevant for daily use. How about the 4K ? ;)
m0aR speed!
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#5
windwhirl
TheLostSwedeas they can apparently predict the future
They should have used that skill to bet on horses or something /s
Prima.Vera13GB/s maximum sequential read speeds, which is irelevant for daily use. How about the 4K ? ;)
BTW, just me or do SSDs not really generate any hype anymore? Like, after jumping to nearly any NVMe SSD it just doesn't matter anymore.
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#6
TristanX
nah PCIE5. High read / write speed is only to / from SLC cache. Transfer between SLC cache and memory cells reamin unchanged at 1-2 GB/s. SLC cache have different sizes, between dozens to hunderds of GB, depending on drive size
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#7
Tomorrow
I wonder if this Gen5 drive is inserted into a Gen4 slot will it fully saturate Gen4? Well atleast sequentials.
Tho it would be intresting to see how randoms are affected too.
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#8
Prima.Vera
TomorrowI wonder if this Gen5 drive is inserted into a Gen4 slot will it fully saturate Gen4? Well atleast sequentials.
Tho it would be intresting to see how randoms are affected too.
That would make an interesting review of those
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#9
Ed_1
Marketed for gamers?
How is this going to work, for now on the Intel side there is only one PCI-E slot that supports GEN5 and that's for the vid card. all others are GEN4.
This probably won't change for another launch Z790 so a yr or two.

I don't know on the AMD side if they will support more than one GEN5 device/slots next platform.
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#10
Tomorrow
Ed_1Marketed for gamers?
How is this going to work, for now on the Intel side there is only one PCI-E slot that supports GEN5 and that's for the vid card. all others are GEN4.
This probably won't change for another launch Z790 so a yr or two.

I don't know on the AMD side if they will support more than one GEN5 device/slots next platform.
There are Z690 boards with Gen5 M.2 slot too.
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#11
TheLostSwede
Ed_1Marketed for gamers?
How is this going to work, for now on the Intel side there is only one PCI-E slot that supports GEN5 and that's for the vid card. all others are GEN4.
This probably won't change for another launch Z790 so a yr or two.

I don't know on the AMD side if they will support more than one GEN5 device/slots next platform.
Some boards split the x16 interface into dual x8 or even one x8, one x4 and one M.2.
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