TEAMGROUP Presents Upgraded SIREN GD240E Cooler and Announces M200 Portable SSD Availability

👤by Michael Pabia Comments 📅06.12.2021 18:38:09
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TEAMGROUP announces the availability of the T-FORCE M200 Portable SSD introduced last month. TEAMGROUP also announces the upgraded SIREN GD240E ARGB all-in-one liquid CPU cooler with Intel LGA 1700 compatibility for the Alder Lake processors.

The newly upgraded SIREN GD240E AIO ARGB CPU Liquid Cooler supports the latest AMD and Intel sockets including LGA 1700 socket. The SIREN GD240E is equipped with an ultra-fast 4000RPM water pump that's installed on the radiator to reduce wear and noise on the CPU caused by water pump vibrations. These features allow the system to deliver 1.5 times higher cooling performance than typical liquid-cooled products while also providing the best protection for the next-gen Intel processors. The SIREN GD240E is an all-in-one liquid cooler system with top-notch heat dissipation and visual flair thanks to the water block's elegant mirror finish and high-speed ARGB fans that support all major motherboard lighting software.

The TEAMGROUP SIREN GD240E All-In-One ARGB CPU Liquid Cooler will be available this December for $109.99 MSRP.

M200 Portable SSD
The TEAMGROUP T-FORCE M200 portable SSD uses a dual metal enclosure and graphene cooling technology to deliver efficient passive cooling to the SSD inside. It features a handle that can be used to hang or store the portable SSD in many different ways. The M200 uses a high-speed USB 3.2 Gen 2x2 interface delivering speeds of up to 2000MB/s for lighting fast data transfer speeds.

The TEAMGROUP M200 portable SSD is available in 2TB, 4TB, and 8TB capacities. The 2TB and 4TB variants will be available this December 2021 for $309.99 and $759.99, respectively. The M200 Portable SSD 8TB model will be released on Q1 2022 for $1899.99.

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