ADATA Introduces Swordfish SSD M.2 NVMe

ADATA Introduces Swordfish SSD M.2 NVMe


The company ADATA Technology has prepared for the release of solid-state drives family Swordfish size M.2: new items can be used in mid-budget desktop and laptop computers.

Products are made using 3D NAND flash memory chips; The PCIe 3.0 x4 interface is involved. Capacity varies from 250 GB to 1 TB.

The speed of information transfer during sequential reading and writing reaches 1800 and 1200 MB / s, respectively. Drives are capable of performing up to 180 thousand I / O operations per second (IOPS) with random reading and random writing.

An aluminum radiator with an original pattern is responsible for heat dissipation. The data on the device is protected from unauthorized access due to encryption using AES algorithm with a 256-bit key.

New customers can download the ADATA SSD Toolbox and Migration Utility software. It will help with device monitoring and data transfer.

The manufacturer’s warranty is five years. About the estimated price of ADATA Swordfish has not yet been reported.



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