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For years, T-FORCE, the gaming sub-brand of global memory provider TEAMGROUP, has been releasing a full range of SSDs to meet the various needs of gamers. Today, a new generation of T-FORCE VULCAN Z SATA SSDs has been announced, providing a faster and smoother gaming experience, and is the best choice for those who are upgrading their SATA storage device from a HDD to a gaming SSD.

The T-FORCE VULCAN Z SATA SSD features carefully selected 3D TLC flash memory chips that deliver smooth read speeds of up to 550 MB/s and write speeds of up to 500 MB/s. The transfer performance is four times higher than that of traditional HDD, providing upgraders a completely new gaming experience. The VULCAN Z SSD has a built-in automatic error correction (ECC) feature that greatly enhances the accuracy of game data storage. It also fully supports Windows TRIM optimization commands and utilizes S.M.A.R.T health monitoring technology. All together, these features help optimize the SSD's read and write conditions and extend the life of the SSD so that gamers can keep their precious game data safe and secure.
The VULCAN Z SATA SSD comes in capacities ranging from 240 GB to 2 TB, giving consumers plenty of expansion options. Aside from being gamers' comrade in the virtual battlefield, the SSD has a low-profile matte black design with T-FORCE's distinctive logo on top, perfect for gamers who are looking for a stylish black themed PC setup. TEAMGROUP's T-FORCE VULCAN Z SSD will be available worldwide in mid-May, 2022, therefore, for gamers wishing to upgrade their storage solutions, be sure to keep up to date with the latest news from TEAMGROUP's official website and local channels.
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2 Comments on Team Group Launches T-FORCE VULCAN Z SATA SSD

For years, T-FORCE, the gaming sub-brand of global memory provider TEAMGROUP, has been releasing a full range of SSDs
Too full of a range if you ask me. They already have the AX1, AX2, CX1, CX2, EX2, GX1, GX2, QX, L3 Evo, L5 Lite, L5 Lite 3D, Delta RGB, Delta Max, Delta Lite, Delta Max Lite, Vulcan, and Vulcan G as part of their 2.5" SSD lineup—plus more that are EOL. Most of TG's SATA SSDs are low-end DRAMless drives, and this new Vulcan Z also seems to lack DRAM.

Aside from having a confusingly similar name to the Vulcan and Vulcan G SSDs (as well as the same name as their Vulcan Z RAM), what point does this new release serve? They already have the CX2/EX2/GX2/Vulcan G covering the DRAMless $70-80/TB category.

I'd be interested if they ever release a sub-$100 1TB 2.5" SATA SSD that competes with the MX500/S31/Blue 3D/870 Evo and isn't quickly discontinued like the L5 Lite 3D or the original Vulcan.
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Cheap but tlc so not surprising.
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