Futuristic: Teamgroup announced in a video that it will host an event on September 23rd, to announce new storage solutions and new DDR5 memory modules. Of all the things the company mocked in the video, one of the products that caught our eye was the M.2 SSD with AIO cooler.
A Teamgroup video shows the company planning to launch five different products: SSD Cardea A440 Pro M.2, SSD Cardea Liquid II M.2, SSD M200, Vulcan, and Delta RGB DDR5. At the moment we don't have much information about them, but the similarities in the video do give hints about what to expect from them. Among all these products, Cardea Liquid stands out. SSD II M.2. SSD with PCIe 3.0 Cardea Liquid M.2 SSD The new Cardea Liquid II features a superior liquid cooling solution featuring an AIO cooler with a large pump on top of the S.2 M.2.
As a successor to Cardea Liquid, Cardea Liquid II uses the PCIe 4.0 interface. After all, why would Teamgroup choose a cooling M.2 SSD if it wasn't the fastest SSD? Many consider this solution to be based too much on what we've seen from other PCIe 4.0 SSDs, but we'd prefer to look at it in action before drawing any conclusions. As for other products, the Cardea A440 Pro M.2 SSD is expected to be an upgrade over the standard Cardea A440, providing faster transfer speeds, longer life and a great cooler. In the case of the M200 portable SSD, the specifications are difficult to guess, because the name and photo do not tell much about the product.
This video also showed off the Vulcan and Delta RGB DDR5 modules. Like other Vulcan series modules, Vulcan DDR5 should cover the entry-level gaming segment, leaving the enthusiast segment to Delta RGB DDR5 modules. These modules join Amazon's Teamgroup DDR5 memory suite.
Teamgroup announces S.2 M.2 hard drive with AIO cooling