TeamGroup T-Force Cardea A440 Review

TeamGroup’s T-Force Cardea A440 (starts at $229.99; $469.90 for 2TB as tested), a PCI Express 4.0 internal solid-state drive, fulfills its promise of blazing sequential read and write speeds while providing a choice of solutions to keep the drive from overheating. Its high rated speeds and fancy heat dissipation hardware come at a steep price, and its program-loading scores fall short of its otherwise stellar benchmark test performance, but it deserves a long look from SSD shoppers ready to join the PCIe 4.0 generation.

Although the A440 is backward-compatible with motherboards that support PCI Express 3.0, you’ll need a chipset that supports PCI Express 4.0 to get anything like the read/write speeds discussed below and justify the premium you’ll pay for the drive.

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