Wednesday, March 16th 2022

TEAMGROUP Announces new T-FORCE SIREN Series CPU/SSD All-In-One Liquid Cooler

Leading memory provider TEAMGROUP not only brings complete storage solutions to consumers worldwide but also strives to provide the best cooling options. In response to greater demands in the next generation of PC hardware for faster and more efficient cooling, its gaming sub-brand T-FORCE has announced the world's first ARGB All-In-One liquid cooling system that dissipates heat from two main heat sources, the CPU and SSD, at the same time.

The dual-cooling system of the T-FORCE SIREN Series All-in-One ARGB Liquid Cooler supports a wide range of Intel and AMD sockets, including the latest LGA1700 and AM5 sockets, and its meticulously-designed water blocks are made for mainstream M.2 2280 SSDs, making the cooler perfect for a large variety of gaming PC setups. The T-FORCE SIREN Series All-in-One liquid cooling system allows gamers to solve both CPU and SSD heating issues with an easy installation and helps provide stable operation when both components are under heavy loads, contributing to longer hardware lifespans. Its ARGB dual water block design can also display a wide array of dazzling lights, giving players the freedom to create their own unique, eye-catching PC rig.
Well-aware of the increasing operating temperatures of PC components, TEAMGROUP has taken the initiative to provide various cooling solutions with leading technologies and innovative features. In addition to several T-FORCE-patented SSD heatsinks, the company has developed the SIREN GD240E All-in-One ARGB Liquid Cooler for CPUs as well as the first cooling solution for the next generation of PCIe Gen5.0 SSDs. TEAMGROUP will continue to bring a wide range of cooling products to consumers worldwide to offer a more stable and efficient computing experience.
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6 Comments on TEAMGROUP Announces new T-FORCE SIREN Series CPU/SSD All-In-One Liquid Cooler

#1
aktpu
Oh, that rad looks weird and apparently you don't need fans with it :D
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#2
Tigger
I'm the only one
The pump is in the radiator in the SIREN GD240E.
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#3
InVasMani
A water block for a 4x4 M.2 Raid Card adapter that mounts on it would be sort of nice. I'm not sure what this is or where it mounts based on the picture the CPU block/pump is obvious enough, but the other contraption is confusing where's it go HDD bay and some special M.2 riser cable!?
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#4
W1zzard
InVasManiI'm not sure what this is or where it mounts based on the picture the CPU block/pump is obvious enough, but the other contraption is confusing where's it go HDD bay and some special M.2 riser cable!?
Exactly what I wondered
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#5
DeathtoGnomes
Cant really tell much from one image that looks more like a photoshop instead of an actual product. Last I checked SSDs are not anywhere neat the cpu, yet it looks like it needs to be with that odd looking pic.
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#6
natr0n
Maybe a 3.5 inch drive bay judging by the cable thickness.
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