New GOODRAM IRDM PRO M.2 SSD PCIe 4.0 with up to 7 GB/s speed

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GOODRAM has announced a new line of M.2 NVME 1.4 SSD with PCIe 4.0 x4 high perfomance. These SSDs fall within the company’s IRDM PRO range, and that the maximum performance is usually offered within its catalog. Specifically, thanks to the use of the NVMe PCIE 4.0 x4 interface through the M.2 port, the GOODRAM IRDM PRO M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSDs are capable of up to 7,000MB/s of reading speed and very similar writing figures of 6,850 MB/s. The fastest model reaches 700,000 random write IOPS and 650,000 read IOPS of the same type.
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Technical Specifications of GOODRAM IRDM PRO M.2 SSD

1TB 2TB 4TB Sequential Read Speed ​​7,000MB/s 7,000MB/s 7,000MB/s Sequential Write Speed ​​5,500MB/s 6,850MB/s 6,850MB/s Random Read Speed ​​350,000 IOPS 650,000 IOPS 650,000 IOPS Random write speed 700,000 IOPS 700,000 IOPS 700,000 IOPS TBW 700 TB 1400 TB 3000 TB To do this, they integrate a RAM memory cache of up to 2 GB in the highest capacity model, all managed by a PS5018-E18 controller from Phison with 8 channels and with cores ARM Cortex R5. A metal heatsink from the company is also included along with a screw kit to fix it. In addition to the typical thin-sheet heatsink for use in laptops.
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The GOODRAM IRMD PRO M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSD will arrive in capacities of 1TB, 2TB and up to 4TB. All of them with a 5-year or TBW guarantee. TBW (TB Written) over its lifetime without failure is 700 TBW for the 1 TB model, 1,400 TBW for the 2 TB model, and 3,000 TWB for the larger 4 TB model.
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They begin to arrive on the market in the next few days with prices that will be around, at least according to what some websites show where they have already been listed, 240 euros for the 1 TB model, 456 euros for the 2 TB model and 911 euros in the 4TB model. End of Article. Tell us something in the Comments!
Article Writer: Antonio Delgado

Antonio Delgado

Computer Engineer by training, writer and hardware analyst at Geeknetic since 2011. I love to gut everything that passes through my hands, especially the latest hardware that we receive here to review. In my free time I mess around with 3d printers, drones and other junk. For anything here I am.

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