Are you a gaming player？ADATA and XPG ‘s M.2 SSD product, which one is better for gaming？Implementing advanced 3D NAND Flash, the SU800 M.2 2280 offers higher density and bigger capacities than 2D NAND Flash SSDs.
The ADATA SU800, intelligent SLC caching and DRAM cache buffer
Besides, the intelligent SLC Caching algorithm allows NAND Flash memory to operate in single-level cell mode and boosts read/write performance. The M.2 SSD SU800 instantly upgrades notebook and desktop PCs with superior stability, durability, and power efficiency.
In addition, with support for DRAM Cache Buffer, read/write performance can be as much as double that of solid state drives that lack a DRAM cache, or in other words that can’t use auxiliary memory as an SSD buffer for high intensity tasks.
It’s leap into the Future with PCIe 4.0, XPG S50
Sporting the latest PCIe Gen4x4 interface, the M.2 SSD S50 offers sustained read/write speeds of up to 5000 /4400MB1 per second, making it nearly ten times faster than a SATA SSD, and is fully compatible with PCIe 3.0.
What’s more, it features an aluminum heat sink for excellent heat dissipation, 3D Flash memory with up to 2TB capacity, SLC caching, a DRAM cache buffer, End-to-End Data Protection, and low-density parity-check (LDPC) error correcting code technology.
The company’s dedication to integrity and professionalism has made ADATA the leading memory brand with the most award-winning product designs.