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  1. Adata’s new SSD gives you speedy PCIe 4.0 performance for less cash – but with a catch It’s not as fast as other PCIe 4.0 drives, but it’ll hopefully be a good chunk cheaper (Image credit: Adata) Adata has launched a new SSD that makes use of PCIe 4.0 tech to achieve very fast speeds – although compared to other PCIe 4.0 solid-state drives, it’s not nearly as quick, but the good news is that this will be reflected in the price tag. Adata is introducing the XPG Gammix S50 Lite SSD (an M.2 drive) as a product aimed at ‘mai
  2. Samsung introduces the 980 Pro SSD with PCIe 4.0 support and up to 7,000MB/s speeds Samsung is upping the ante with a new top-tier SSD announced today, the 980 Pro. This is Samsung's first consumer SSD to come with full support for PCIe 4.0, specifically using a PCIe 4.0 x4 interface, which allows for much higher speeds than previous generations. Specifically, the 980 Pro SSD has sequential read speeds up to 7,000MB/s, which is double of what Samsung promised for the 970 Pro SSD. Likewise, sequential write speeds go up to 5,000MB/s, almost doubling the speed
  3. First SSD with 1PB ‘usable capacity’ could come in 2023 Exclusive: The dawn of a new era in storage (Image credit: Nimbus Data) In an exclusive email exchange with TechRadar Pro, CEO and founder of Nimbus Data Thomas Izakovich revealed that solid state drives with capacities of up to 400TB are on the horizon. "We can do 200TB in 2021 and likely 400TB by 2023," he said, in reference to the unformatted storage capacity of the company's yet-to-be-announced SSDs. This is a symbolically significant milestone, because a prospe
  4. Samsung accidentally leaks details of its upcoming 980 Pro NVMe SSD The PCIe 4.0-based 980 Pro looks fast—but it may not really be a "Pro" anymore. Enlarge / The 980 Pro offers up to 7,000 MB/sec throughput, on the right workloads—but you'll need a PCIe 4.0 motherboard, a very fast CPU, and good system cooling to take advantage of it. Samsung 57 with 39 posters participating, including story author Everybody makes mistakes sometimes, and it looks like Samsung made one yesterday: the product page for its upcoming
  5. At 15TB, this is probably the highest capacity SSD you can fit in a laptop TeamGroup unveils huge 15.3TB SSD for client PCs (Image credit: TeamGroup) TeamGroup has revealed new consumer-grade SSD that offer capacity typically expected from a workstation-class drive. Team’s QX SSD can store up to 15.3TB of data and is aimed at users who need to store a lot locally. TeamGroup’s QX 15.3TB SSD comes in a 2.5-inch/7mm form-factor and therefore can fit into a typical laptop, something that hard disk drives of the same capacit
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