TweakTown sourced some photos of Galaxy's upcoming Heracles PCIe SSD. This new model has a fancy plastic shroud and features a custom JMicron JMF811 "Heracles" controller designed specifically for Galaxy. The card communicates via a PCIe 2.0 x4 connection and promises read/write speeds of up to 1600MB/s.
Availability is slated for Q2 2015.
There is no word if the new SSD communicates via the AHCI or NVMe protocol. It will come in capacities of 1TB, 2TB and 4TB. These are rather large capacities that will surely command a hefty price, but for gamers looking for the bleeding edge of performance it might be worth the investment.
One prominent feature worth noting are the large capacitors present near the PCIe bracket. These provide protection during host power loss events by flushing all data in transit down to the NAND.