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TEAMGROUP T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO Z330 and Z340 M.2 SSDs announced

by Vyncent ChanApril 17, 2020
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TEAMGROUP has just announced two new M.2 PCIe SSDs, the T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO-Z330 and ZERO-Z340. Both drives support the PCIe 3.0 x4 interface and the NVMe 1.3 standard, which is pretty much the standard nowadays.

What sets the T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO Z330 and ZERO Z340 apart from the competition are their patented graphene copper foil cooling module. In their internal testing, the graphene copper foil helped keep the drives up to 9% cooler over three hours of continuous reading and writing files.

t-force cardea zero z330

While both drives feature similar graphene copper cooling, the T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO-Z340 is the faster of the duo. TEAMGROUP has designed the drives to cater to different needs, and different budgets as well. Check out the specifications and pricing of the T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO Z330 and ZERO Z340 below:

T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO Z330 & ZERO Z340 Specs

T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO-Z330 T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO-Z340
Capacity 256GB
512GB
1TB
512GB
1TB
Interface M.2 PCIe 3.0 x4 (NVMe 1.3)
DRAM Yes
Rated speed Sequential:
Read: 
Up to 2100MB/s Write: Up to 1700MB/s
Random:
Read: 220 000 IOPS Write: 200 000 IOPS
Sequential:
Read: 
Up to 3400MB/s Write: Up to 1700MB/s
Random:
Read: 450 000 IOPS Write: 400 000 IOPS
Endurance 256GB: >200TBW
512GB: >400TBW
1TB: >600TBW
512GB: >800TBW
1TB: >1665TBW
Warranty 5-year Limited Warranty
Price 256GB: $54.99 (~RM240)
512GB: $84.99 (~RM372)
1TB: $134.99 (~RM590)
512GB: $94.99 (~RM415)
1TB: $164.99 (~RM717)

TEAMGROUP T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO Z330 and Z340 M.2 SSDs announced 21
The T-FORCE CARDEA ZERO-Z340 is an excellent option for enthusiasts, as it is not only fast, but also rated for some impressive endurance. Meanwhile the CARDEA ZERO-Z330 is intended for more budget-conscious users. Both drives are backed by 5-year warranties too for peace of mind.

Pokdepinion: I wonder how long will it actually take to finish up 1665TBW…

About The Author
Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy graduate. Strongly opposes proprietary standards and always on the look out for incredible bang-for-buck.

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