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TEAMGROUP MP33 Pro PCIe SSD and CX Series SATA SSDs launched as affordable upgrade options

by Vyncent ChanAugust 28, 2020
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Not everyone needs the cutting edge speeds that the latest premium SSDs bring to the table, and for them, TEAMGROUP serves up the MP33 Pro M.2 PCIe SSD and CX series SSDs. Available in a range of capacities, the new SSD lineups are created to offer more budget-conscious users a more affordable upgrade path.

TEAMGROUP MP33 Pro M.2 PCIe SSD

The TEAMGROUP MP33 Pro M.2 PCIe SSD brings significantly faster speeds and capacities for users who need both space and speed. With speeds ranging up to 2100MB/s read and 1700MB/s write, these drives are ready for gamers and content creators on a budget. The immense 2TB capacities also offer plenty of room for work and games, and the built-in management algorithm ensures that the TEAMGROUP MP33 Pro will always offer optimized speed and reliability.

The MSRP of the TEAMGROUP MP33 Pro SSD are as follows:

  • 512GB: $59.99 (~RM250)
  • 1TB: $103.99 (~RM434)
  • 2TB: $239.99 (~RM1001)

The TEAMGROUP MP33 Pro SSDs are covered by five-year warranties for peace of mind.

TEAMGROUP CX Series SATA SSD

Comprising of the TEAMGROUP CX1 and CX2 SSDs, these are relatively basic SATA SSDs meant for those who are upgrading from a HDD. Speed wise they serve up similar speeds of up to 540MB/s read and 490MB/s read. These speeds are thanks to an SLC cache that’s usually found on more premium SSDs.

The MSRP of the TEAMGROUP CX series are as follows:

  • CX1 240GB: $29.99 (~RM125)
  • CX1 480GB: $49.99 (~RM209)
  • CX1 960GB: $87.99 (~RM367)
  • CX2 256GB: $31.99 (~RM134)
  • CX2 512GB: $50.99 (~RM213)
  • CX2 1TB: $89.99 (~RM376)

Yes, the pricing and capacities of the TEAMGROUP CX series are pretty similar yet there are two variants. The TEAMGROUP CX series SSDs are protected by a 3-year warranty.

Pokdepinion: I guess SSD prices are really coming down, aren’t they?

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.