In the middle of last year, Samsung launched the SSD 980 PRO, which is considered to be The fastest in the world. The equipment was the first in this segment of the South Korean brand based on PCIe 4.0.
But there is now interesting news as Samsung will soon release its version of the SSD with the aluminum heatsink.
Samsung 980 PRO comes with an aluminum heatsink
Samsung was one of the last companies to launch a PCI-Express 4.0 SSD (Solid State Disk), the Samsung 980 PRO. The equipment arrived in August 2020, but now there is news. The brand will soon release its version of this disc with an aluminum heatsink.
The original model only had a label on the memory chips. This solution is not ideal for a high-performance d-drive like the Samsung 980 PRO, especially since they are not cheap discs.
according to Information, the South Korean brand has now decided to release this version with the heatsink to be used as a compatible equipment for the PlayStation 5 console. In contrast, in the minimum external installation requirements for an SSD hard drive, Sony recommends that the installed storage include a sink heater to avoid problems temperature.
In contrast, the new version maintains read speeds of up to 7000 MB / s and write speeds of up to 5100 MB / s.
The Samsung 980 PRO model with 1TB heatsink is expected to arrive on October 29 with a price of $249.99, while the 2TB model will arrive for $449.99. For comparison, in the US, the 1 TB heatsink version retails for $179 and the 2 TB heatsink version retails for $379.99.
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