ADATA Introduces XPG SX930 SSD
ADATA introduced its Solid-State Drive the XPG SX930 SSD which largely focused on gamers. News hitting the market about the SSD is that it will come in three variants.
The new XPG SX930 SSD is built on the ‘Enterprise-grade MLC Plus NAND’ and because of this specific built the company was able to extend its life. According to ADATA, MLC Plus NAND will increase the endurance level, a little higher than the average.
Well usually a long 5 year warranty isn’t exactly what all companies can offer but ADATA offers it with their SSD. The good news is that the ultra powerful and speedy XPG SX930 SSD uses Micron’s new JMF670H controller. This makes the SSD one of the very first of its kind.
Phison’s new S10 controller and Silicon Motion’s SM2246EN controller are the opponents for JMF670H controller and they provide a 560MB/s and 460MB/s read and write speed respectively.
The ADATA SSD will be coming out in three variants in terms of storage capacity, 120GB, 240GB and 480GB. Currently a special price offer is going on through which you can purchase the 120GB version for S$99, the 240GB version for S$159 and the 240GB for S$295.
Gamers might be interested in investing in it though, since it is made especially for them.
You all might be thinking that it is a little over priced but the company claims that you won’t regret it. Caching technologies have been used just to increase the performance abilities. The MLC NAND has a reasonable portion of pSLC Cache Technology which allows it to work as SLC write buffer.