Team Group released the high-end T-Force Siren AIO Liquid Coolers

This year AMD will launch the Ryzen 7000 series CPU based on the Zen 4 architecture, as well as the new AM5 platform, which fully supports PCIe 5.0 SSD. Phison has previously announced at Computex 2022 that it will join forces with AMD and Micron to build a PCIe 5.0 ecosystem, and the three parties will jointly announce the advent of the PCIe 5.0 SSD era.

Recently, T-FORCE, an e-sports brand under Team Group, officially released the high-end T-Force Siren AIO liquid coolers that cover both next-gen CPU & PCIe Gen 5 SSD cooling. It supports multiple Intel and AMD platforms, including the latest LGA 1700 and AM5 sockets. It also has a water block specially designed for M.2 2280 and has brilliant lighting effects.

T-Force Siren AIO Liquid Coolers
Team Group said that in the past few years, the data transfer speed of PCIe SSDs has increased from 3,500 MB/s in PCIe 3.0 to 7,000 MB/s in PCIe 4.0, and will reach 12,000 MB/s in PCIe 5.0. With the improvement of data transmission speed, the power consumption of SSD is also increasing, and it will work under high temperatures for a long time. At present, the power consumption of a high-end PCIe 4.0 SSD is about 12W, and the controller temperature can reach above 110℃. The power consumption of PCIe 5.0 SSD will be increased to 14W or above, and the temperature will be higher.In order for the SSD to work stably for a long time, Team Group Technology has developed various heat dissipation solutions according to different installation environments and the characteristics of heat dissipation materials, such as graphene copper foil heat sinks and aluminum fin heat sinks. The T-Force Siren AIO Liquid Coolers is a creative solution that provides users with more choices.