TEAMGROUP Keeps PCIe 5.0 SSDs Cool With T-Force Siren GD120S AIO

AIO Cooler For Unparalleled Results!

[Press Release] TEAMGROUP’s T-Force Siren GD120S is designed for the latest PCIe 5.0 SSDs. Utilizing exclusive patented technology, this AIO ensures the fastest SSDs maintain low temperatures at all times.

Through a water block designed to fit perfectly with 2280 M.2 SSDs, PCIe 5.0 SSDs can stay below 60°C when running at high speeds with the T-Force Siren GD120S.

TEAMGROUP T-Force Siren GD120S

These results are achieved by combining aluminum alloy dual-tube water blocks with double-layered thermal pads. The pump also makes use of 3 silent motors and a ceramic shaft design to stay quiet while preserving low temperatures.

Adding to the cooling, the 120mm radiator uses 13 high-density aluminum fins for cooling over a larger surface area. These properties make the T-Force Siren GD120S Cooler perfect for PCIe 5.0 SSDs.

A smart fan is part of the AIO, leading to efficient and silent cooling since it can adjust its speed based on requirements. PC users fond of RGB can also customize various lighting effects on the fan.

All of this has been achieved by TEAMGROUP while preserving the environment. With recyclable packaging and an environmentally friendly manufacturing process, this AIO cooler demonstrates the company’s efforts to protect nature.

The T-Force Siren GD120S is set to be released by the end of next month through Amazon, and more information is available on TEAMGROUP’s official website and social media pages.

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