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TeamGroup Goes All in on Active SSD Cooling With a Trio of Towers

PC memory and storage experts TeamForce wants to build excitement for debuting product at Computex 2023. In a press release, the company promised to showcase six new products that can be integrated into the PC. Naturally, the company has a range of new DDR5, AiO cooling, and USB flash offerings, but what really caught our eye are the three new M.2 SSD coolers.

The move to M.2 NVMe PCIe Gen5 storage necessitates stronger thermal solutions. To avoid performance concerns destroying thermal throttling, most PC users with these ultra-fast SSDs at least need a large heatsink, and some sort of active cooling may be desirable.

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