TeamGroup today announced the launch of its brand new T-Force Cardia Z44Q PCIe 4.0 SSD with two patented cooling modules, QLC Flash and PCIe Gen 4 × 4 interfaces that support the latest NVMe 1.4 standard and support up to 4X HDRs. Offers immense potential. tuberculosis. Consumers can choose different specifications based on their preferences and needs, and gamers can get everything from cooling, performance and capacity on a single SSD, and a T-FORCE CARDEA Z44Q with a PCIe4.0 SSD. You will explore an infinity of possibilities.
TeamGroup Z44Q, an entry-level M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSD
The T-Force Cardea Z44Q SSDs use a 3D NAND QLC model and achieve read speeds of 5,000 megabits per second and continuous write speeds of 4,000 megabits per second for the 4TB model. Read IOPS are up to 350K and Write IOPS are around 600K. The 2TB model is a bit slower than its bigger brother, offering a consistent 3,700 megabytes per second writes.
These speeds are far beyond what the PCIe 4.0 connectivity interface allows. Of course, if these drives will cost less than other faster PCIe 4.0 drives. These drives are fully compatible with NVMe 1.4 and have the standard M.2-2280 form factor. Available capacities are 2TB and 4TB. The 2TB drive has a load capacity of up to 400 TBW, while the 4TB model is rated for write speeds of up to 800 TBW. TeamGroup offers a 5-year warranty on these SSDs.
As usual, the T-Force Cardea Z44Q SSDs use an aluminum sink. Teamgroup claims it provides a 15% temperature reduction, which is an improvement over the graphene heat sinks that typically deliver 9% lower temperatures.
The manufacturer has not announced the pricing for the T-Force Cardea Z44Q series at this time. For more details you can visit the official website.
Specification of T-Force Cardia Z44Q PCIe 4.0 SSD
Available capacity and its price
Available in two different capacity variants, TeamGroup has confirmed the following prices consumers should expect to see with retailers:
- T-FORCE CARDEA Z44Q PCIe 4.0 SSD – 2GB – $350
- T-FORCE CARDEA Z44Q PCIe 4.0 SSD – 4GB – $690
So, even though it’s not cheap (you should not have guessed given their great features), if you want to know more about a particularly fast storage solution, you can visit TeamGroup’s official product site. You can see through a link here!