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Thursday, 28 June 2012 12:26

ADATA rolls out new XPG SX910 SSD

Written by Slobodan Simic

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The SX900 with better NAND chips


ADATA has announced yet another SSD that will be a part of its XPG line of storage products, the XPG SX910. Following the recently announced XPG SX900, the new SX910 will also use Sandforce controller that is paired up with NAND flash chips that undergo an improved screening process.

Spec wise, the new XPG SX910 will be available in 128, 256 and 512GB capacities and feature sequential read and write speeds of up to 550 and 530MB/s, respectively. The maximum 4k random read and write speeds are set at 50,000 and 85,000 IOPS. It also features a new optimized firmware to maximize utilization of the NAND flash components that allow a full use of the available storage capacity.

Thanks to an improved screening process and Flash IC chip selection, ADATA claims that the new SX910 will feature an improved stability and performance as well as the five-year warranty period.

Unfortunately, the price or the actual shipping date have not been disclosed.
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