ADATA releases XPG SX930 SSD line

ADATA releases XPG SX930 SSD line

The Taiwanese manufacturer of solid-state drives and computer memory ADATA has released the new XPG SX930 line of 2.5-inch, SATA 3.0, gaming solid-state drives, designed for hardware enthusiasts and overclockers.

The main feature of the new SSD line is performance – the drives in the line come with enterprise-class MLC+ NAND flash memory that offers excellent performance and durability. The memory cells are commanded by a JMicron memory controller and the performance is further increased by a DDR3 RAM cache buffer, which improves the random read/write performance of the solid-state drives by two times when compared to similar drives with no cache.

The XPG SX930 line offers three capacities of 120 GB, 240 GB and 480 GB and provides users with a sequential read/write speed of 560/460 MB/sec. In addition to this the drives are equipped with ADATA’s exclusive “pSLC Cache Technology”, which enhances the data transfer speed for ultimate performance that meets the needs of hardcore gamers. The drives also support hardware BCH ECC up to 72 bits per 1 KB, which improves reliability and data protection. Finally the XPG SX930 line offers S.M.A.R.T., NCQ and T.R.I.M. as well as SSD Toolbox, which is a software program that helps users monitor, command and configure their SSDs in the most convenient way possible.

There’s no word on how much the new XPG SX930 drives cost but all of them come with a 5-year warranty.

Source: ADATA

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