TeamGroup introduces active SSD cooling with a trio of towers

TeamForce, a specialist in PC memory and storage, aims to generate excitement for the products it will present at Computex 2023. In a press release, the company promised to exhibit a range of six new products to integrate into your PC.

As expected, the company has lined up several new DDR5 flash, AiO, and USB cooling products, but what caught our attention was the trio of new M.2 SSD coolers.

The transition to M.2 NVMe PCIe Gen5 storage requires more powerful thermal solutions. To avoid the thermal throttling that destroys performance, most PC users with these ultra-fast SSDs will need at least a heavy heatsink, with some form of active cooling being preferred.