We knew that the PCI-Express 4.0 interface would bring SSDs to unscrupulous buyers in the market, and they were actually just starting to arrive. Unexpectedly, since Sabrent announced its SSD Rocket 4, the fastest in the world at the time, this would be a competition to see which manufacturer offers the fastest SSD starting in that category.
ADATA XPG Gammix S70, SSD fast… learning
The new reading speed benchmark is set by this new ADATA XPG Gammix S70, which reaches the speed of up to 7,400 MB / s
This solid-state product device comes equipped with a large synthetic heatsink called CoolArmor; Made of aluminum, it uses a wide range of shelves to increase heat dissipation, and its manufacturer claims to allow the device to reduce the maximum temperature of the device by up to 30ºC, so there will be no heat buildup in any case.
This drive offers a host of features such as LDPC error correction, AES hardware hardware, 256-bit encryption, RAID support, Dynamic SLC Caching, and DRAM Cache Buffer. Indeed its format is M.2, which has an interface PCIe 4.0 and legal support NVMe 1.4. They did not say anything but with these features we understand that it uses SLC chips, and although they did not give details of the strength to TBW they said it will have a 5 year warranty no matter how strong it is. In this regard, the ADATA XPG Gammix S70 will be available at Power 1 and 2 TB only
It is important to remember that if you want to get one of these fast SSDs that come on the market in recent times, you have to have the right hardware to get the most out of it; this means you will need a motherboard that supports PCI-Express 4.0, something currently limited to AMD X570 and B550 platforms only (SSD is compatible with PCIe 3.0 but obviously will be able and will not be fully functional).