Team group just joined hands with Asustek to launch tuf gaming Allian joint SSDs,It includes t-force cardea II with PCIe 3.0 m.2 interface profile and delta series 2.5-inch SATA SSD supporting RGB lighting effect.For gamers who like to create the "light pollution" atmosphere of the host, the tuf game alliance may be a good choice.
It is reported that the t-force cardea II uses PCIe 3.0 (rather than the newer, faster PCIe 4.0), supplemented by a thicker thermal vest.
In terms of performance, the SSD can read and write in sequence up to 3400 MB / s and 3000 MB / s, random read and write also has 180K / 160K IOPs, and supports garbage collection, wear balance, ECC error correction and other functions that help improve reliability.
The t-force cardea II PCIe m.2 SSD is available in 512gb and 1TB capacity with a five-year limited warranty and is priced at US $85 / 145 (about 600 / 1025 RMB), respectively.
If the performance requirements are not high, the t-force delta series SSD with 2.5 inch SATA interface can also bring more cool RGB light effect (with 5V divine light synchronous interface), which is very suitable for being placed in the chassis with side transparent cover plate.
The SSD uses the 6 Gbps interface of the SATA III and the 3D NAND flash memory chip, with a reading speed of up to 560 MB / s, a maximum capacity of 1TB and a thickness of 9.5mm (some notebooks may only be able to hold 7mm high SATA disk).
T-force delta SATA SSD is available in 500GB and 1TB capacity, with a three-year limited warranty. The price is $80 / 120 (about 565 / 848 RMB). Interested friends can pay attention to the listing information of Amazon and other retail channels.