The SSD storage is getting more popular each year so it’s not a surprise that also prices are going down. If we take a look at the PCIe M.2 SSD then we can find many brands which offer similar performing products but prices are much different.
Today we will present one of the NVMe SSD which offers top performance and at the same time is inexpensive. Sounds like a perfect mix for all users. How it looks in real, you can read in this review.
Step Up the Game to a New Level of Responsiveness
The full capacity P34A80 takes high-end devices to a whole new level of performance and responsiveness. Supporting the super-fast PCIe Gen 3×4 interface, it reaches incredible read and write speeds of up to 3400MB/s and 3000MB/S leaving PCIe Gen 3×2 and SATA III behind by a huge margin and high-power users with nothing better to wish for. It’s the ultimate addition to your performance gaming arsenal.
Superior Storage Performance for Performance Gaming
Massive speed and high performance, yet lower power consumption and a small form factor for system flexibility, it’s a gamer’s dream. Supporting RAID engine, the P34A80 also maintains system stability and data integrity during even the most highly-demanding applications that rely on superior storage performance.
Massive Performance, Small Form Factor
The P34A80 weighs in at a mere 8 grams. As versatile as it is effective, the SSD’s small form factor allows for easy installation in the thinnest notebooks, mobile applications, and PC desktops alike.
NVMe 1.3 support
Supports SLC Cache and DRAM Cache Buffer. Provides great SSD performance on sequential read/write up to 3400MB/3000MB and random read/write up to 500K and 600K IOPS. The P34A80 maintains an overall improved system performance level during the most demanding applications, not only for graphic designers and photographers, but also for hardcore gamers.
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