ADATA has announced a new range of SSDs through its gaming branch XPG, The XPG Gamics S70 Blade. This name hides flash disks that support PCIe 4.0 x4.
XPG Gamics S70 Blade M.2 2280 Format SSD. This figure indicates its dimensions (22 mm wide and 80 mm long). Supporting the NVMe protocol, its mechanics can take advantage of the bandwidth provided by PCIe 4.0 X4.
XPG Gamics S70 Blade, Performance
|Gamics S70 Blade|
|To 1||To 2|
|Sequential read||7.4 Go / s||7.4 Go / s|
|Sequential writing||5.5 g / s||6.4 Go / s|
|Random play (4K)||350K (IOPS)||650K (IOPS)|
|Random Right (4K)||720K (IOPS)||720K (IOPS)|
|Patience||740 TBW||1480 TBW|
|Guarantee||5 years||5 years|
The manufacturer is prudent, so we do not have much information about its mechanics. We know that this range currently has both capabilities with 1 and 2 TB obtained with 3D NAND flash memory chips. Support for PCIe 4.0 x4 Announces strong output that can reach 7.4 Gb / s. You will find the details at the end of the article
For the rest, its equipment includes an aluminum radiator to enhance its cooling. During this time ADATA announced that temperatures would drop by 20%. It has End-to-End Data Protection (E2E) and AES 256-bit encryption.
This Comics S70 Blade family comes with a 5 year warranty.