Adata’s two new M.2 SSDs and DDR4 storage module are expected to come at high speeds and feature the latest technologies such as PCIe Gen3x4.
New M.2 SSDs
The XPG SX8200 Pro M.2 2280 SSD is said to be Adata’s fastest SSD to date and was designed for PC enthusiasts, gamers and overclockers. The PCIe Gen3 x4 interface aims to enable reading speeds of 3,500 MB/s and writing speeds of up to 3,000 MB/s. It also supports NVMe 1.3 and reaches Random Read-/Write values of 390K/380K IOPS, according to manufacturer Random Read-/. In addition, SLC caching, E2E Data Protection, DRAM cache buffer and LDPC ECC are designed to ensure fast speeds and high data security.
The XPG Gammix S5 SSD also has PCIe Gen3 x4 and NVMe 1.3 support and is said to be four times faster than classic SATA SSDs. Host Memory Buffer as well as SLC caching are designed to enable ready-to-write speeds of up to 2,100/1,500 MB/s. In addition, the Gammix S5 has an integrated radiator, which makes the temperature ten degrees cooler compared to M.2 SSDs without Heatsink. The XPG Gammix S5 is available in three variants with 256 GB, 512 GB and 1 TB of storage capacity.
XPG Gammix D30: Fast DDR4-RAM
The Gammix D30 DDR4 memory is expected to reach peak speeds of up to 4,600 MHz. Intel’s Extreme Memory Profile 2.0 allows the storage speed to be activated with just a few clicks of the mouse in the BIOS. The SSDs XPG SX8200 Pro and Gammix S5 are now commercially available for a non-binding price recommendation of 90.77 and 72.00 dollars respectively. The GDR4 storage module Gammix D30 is offered as a 16 gigabyte kit with 3,000 MHz for 158.85 dollars.