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The first M.2 SSD with graphene heatsink released: Extreme reading and writing without slowing down.
In the PCIe 4.0 era, the speed of SSD has been significantly improved, which can also bring about an increase in heat generation.
Once the heat builds up too much, the speed will be slowed down at light, and it may even cause a freeze or even drop the disk.
Recently, TEAMGROUP released the industry’s first M.2 SSD product MP44L powered by graphene technology.
According to the official introduction, in order to improve the heatsink effect, the graphene copper foil label is attached to the outer layer this time.
Because it is less than 1mm thick, it will not interfere with the installation.
If combined with traditional heatsink armor, you can enjoy double the cooling effect, thereby improving the stability of the solid state drive.
In terms of basic parameters, the MP44L uses PCIe 4.0 x4 channels, with a maximum read speed of 5000MB/s, a write speed of 4500MB/s, integrated SLC cache, and a capacity from 250GB to 2TB.
In terms of price, 250GB sells for $49.99, 500GB sells for $79.99, 1TB sells for $135.99, and 2TB sells for $287.99. It will be the first to be listed in North America at the end of August.
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