ADATA XPG launches a new GAMMIX PCIe 4.0 solid state drive with a write speed of 7400MB/s

ADATA’s gaming brand XPG (Xtreme Performance Gear) gradually completed its PCIe 4.0 SSD product line last year. This year, XPG launched the high-end PCIe Gen4x4 M.2 2280 solid state drive GAMMIX S70 BLADE.

GAMMIX S70 BLADE inherits the predecessor of the series GAMMIX S70. It has a continuous read and write speed of up to 7,400/6,400MB per second. It conforms to the NVMe 1.4 specification. The random read and write speed reaches 650K/740K IOPS; more importantly, it is suitable for installation in most thin and light pens. Electricity includes Evo-certified laptops and lifestyle e-sports laptops that are currently popular topics. In addition, Sony’s next-generation game console PS5 is expected to open the PCIe 4.0 slot expansion function this year. The 2TB large capacity of GAMMIX S70 BLADE is particularly suitable as a capacity expansion device for video game consoles, while satisfying players’ performance and storage space. Demand.

GAMMIX S70 BLADE has a thin heat sink with geometric ridges, made of aluminum alloy. With high thermal conductivity and high temperature resistance, it can effectively cool down by 20% and keep the system stable. And GAMMIX S70 BLADE is also fully compatible with the current PCIe 3.0 platform, and is equipped with SLC cache algorithm and DRAM Cache Buffer. For heavy gamers and professional image creators, they can easily upgrade to enjoy the performance of Fengchi Electric.

At the same time, it has a variety of data protection and correction technologies, so that its total written data (TBW, Total Bytes Written) and durability have also been greatly improved to meet the needs of various storage environments. GAMMIX S70 BLADE also has LDPC (Low Density Parity Check Code, low density parity check code) error correction mechanism, E2E Data Protection (end-to-end data protection) and RAID Engine (disk array accelerator) and other technologies to ensure data security.

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