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ADATA shows PCI Express 4.0 SSD with up to 7GB/s reads

Posted on Wednesday, January 08 2020 @ 13:10:02 CET by

ADATA has a prototype of an upcoming PCI Express 4.0 SSD at CES 2020. The company ran a CrystalDiskMark test which shows the XPG Sage disk can hit read speeds of up to 7240.7MB/s and write speeds of up to 5395.5MB/s.

The XPG Sage has 4GB DRAM cache and will be offered in capacities of up to 4TB. ADATA claims the disk offers random read IOPS of up to 1 million and random write IOPS of up to 800k.The final retail version is expected to reach write speeds of up to 6000MB/s and should it the market by the second half of this year.
ADATA Technology, a leading manufacturer of high-performance DRAM modules and NAND Flash products, is currently displaying its next-generation prototype PCIe Gen4 solid state drives (SSD) at the Venetian Las Vegas, Titian 2206, during CES 2020 (Jan. 7 – 10). The three prototype SSDs, known as Project SAGE, INDIGO, and PEARL, demonstrate XPG’s commitment to offering a full lineup of next-generation SSDs that can meet the discerning needs and budgets of different consumers and segments.

The SSDs feature excellent performance, including read speeds of up to 7000MB per second and write of up to 6000MB. They also support NVMe 1.4 and the latest AMD platform, making them ideal for gamers, creators, and 5G applications. What’s more, the SSDs are manufactured with the latest nanolithography techniques to create SSDs that are more power-efficient and generate less heat. XPG is targeting to launch its new lineup of PCIe Gen4 SSDs by the second half of 2020.
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