Team Group announced the launch of the T-FORCE SIREN series dual heat source ARGB integrated liquid cooling system, which is also the world’s first CPU/SSD dual cooling system. It solves the heat dissipation problem of the two major heat sources in the PC at one time. Team Group said that in addition to providing consumers with complete storage solutions, it is also committed to providing excellent cooling solutions.
T-FORCE SIREN series dual heat source ARGB all-in-one liquid cooling system supports multiple Intel and AMD platforms. The latest LGA 1700 and AM5 sockets are included, and the liquid block is specially designed for M.2 2280 to match players’ different hardware combinations. According to Team Group, this liquid cooling system is very easy to install and can easily solve the heat dissipation problem of the CPU and SSD, so that the CPU and SSD can run efficiently and stably. In addition, the design of the dual water-blocks shows dazzling lighting effects, which is suitable for players to create a host of brilliant colors.
At present, the new generation of PC hardware generally has greater power, which also brings higher requirements for heat dissipation. For example, in the past, there was no need to design heat dissipation for SSDs, but with the introduction of PCIe 4.0 and PCIe 5.0, the situation is gradually changing. Last year, Phison Chief Technology Officer Sebastien Jean talked about the future development trend of SSD that PCIe 4.0 SSDs are equipped with radiators, but in the era of PCIe 5.0 SSDs, radiators will be standard. As the main manufacturer of SSD main control chips, Phison’s statement largely indicates the future development direction of SSD.