Team Group and InnoGrit team up to create cutting-edge T-Force Z54A PCIe 5.0 SSD

Team Group and InnoGrit team up to create cutting-edge T-Force Z54A PCIe 5.0 SSD

Team Group are pushing the limits of PCIe 5.0 with their T-Force Z54A series of SSDs

Team Group have teamed up with InnoGrit to create an ultra-fast PCIe 5.0 SSD called the T-Force Z54A, which promises users sequential read and write speeds of 14,000 MB/s and 10,000 MB/s respectively, pushing the limits of the PCIe 5.0 interface.

The T-Force Z54A uses a new SSD controller from InnoGrit, which is what allows the T-Force Z54A to be one of the fastest SSDs available. Most currently available PCIe 5.0 SSDs use a Phison E26 SSD controller, while the T-Force Z54A uses InnoGrit’s 12nm IG5666 controller, which is new to the market.

With their T-Force Z54A SSD, Team Group are showcasing their ability to utilise hardware from various manufacturers to create one of the fastest consumer SSDs available. Phison is a commonly known name amongst PC enthusiasts, but InnoGrit relatively unknown. That will likely change as InnoGrit’s technology starts to take the PCIe 5.0 SSD market by storm.

TEAMGROUP’s gaming brand, T-FORCE’s Z54A series, develops the pioneering new generation PCIe Gen5 SSD with outstanding performance, with read and write speeds up to 14,000 MB/s and 10,000 MB/s, respectively. TEAMGROUP exclusively cooperates with globe-leading advancing storage supplier, InnoGrit Corporation, producing the ultra-fast PCIe SSD products for certain high-performance fields, such as computers, workstations, data centers, servers, gaming consoles, video making, and editing.

Team Group and InnoGrit team up to create cutting-edge T-Force Z54A PCIe 5.0 SSD

Ultra-fast PCIe 5.0 SSDs require the fastest NAND and the fastest SSD controllers to deliver industry-leading speeds, which is why most PCIe 5.0 SSDs require a heatsink to operate effectively. At Computex 2023, Team Group plans to showcase their new T-Force Z54A SSd alongside a new All-in-one CPU liquid cooler called the Siren Duo360 ARGB, which features both a CPU cooling block and an SSD cooling block.

With this cooling solution, users of high-end PCIe 5.0 SSDs can rest assured that their storage is adequately cooled and that their SSD will deliver its peak performance levels at all times.

T-FORCE offers the most comprehensive heat-sink solutions for the M.2 SSD, tailored for the heat sinks of the ultra-fast Gen5 PCIe SSD. The circular AIO liquid cooling systems with a Taiwanese invention patent (I778726) bring a group of high-level computer users the solution to the problem of low speed caused by the high-temperature operation of the PCIe M.2 SSDs. The solution that the T-FORCE M.2 SSD brings has the ability to perfectly release performance and extend the lifespan of SSDs. It is the product of the SSD heat sink that brings the benefit of saving power to the new generation.

Through cooperation with InnoGrit Corporation, we adopted the 12nm PCIe IG5666 controller. This controller features high performance, high reliability, high stability, and low delay, supporting various mainstream NAND speeds up to 2,400 MT/s. The InnoGrit IG5666 controller is equipped with a pioneering code-correction technique that extends the lifetime of NAND. In the meantime, this controller also has a decoder for low-power mode, which can automatically switch to the mode to extend the lifetime and sustainable data of working. The InnoGrit IG5666 controller collects the AI algorithm for temperature data developed by InnoGrit Corporation, providing extraordinary multitasking performance.

At this time, it is unknown when Team Group’s T-Force Z54A will become available to purchase, or how much it will cost. We expect to hear more about this SSD at Computex.

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