12.4 GB/s with a Blower Fan

Patriot has actually officially presented its very first solid-state drives including a PCIe 5.0 x4 user interface targeted at requiring users. The Viper PV553 SSD utilizes the business’s brand new active cooling system boasting an aluminum radiator, a blower fan, and an unique heat guard that assures to make sure the very best possible cooling for constant efficiency under high work.

Set to be readily available in 1 TB, 2 TB, and 4 TB setups, Patriot’s Viper PV553 utilizes Micron’s 232-layer 3D TLC NAND memory and we presume Phison’s PS5026-E26 controller as Patriot is a faithful partner of the Taiwan-based SSD controller designer.

When it comes to efficiency, Patriot rates its 2 TB and 4 TB PV553 for consecutive read/write speeds of approximately 12,400 MB/s and 11,800 MB/s in addition to approximately 1.4 million random 4K read and compose IOPS. On the other hand, the 1 TB design is somewhat slower and provides read/write speeds of approximately 11,700 MB/s and 9,500 MB/s in addition to approximately 1.3/ 1.4 million read/write IOPS.

The drives can be found in an M.2-2280 form-factor and work with desktops that have adequate area inside as Patriot’s Viper PV553 SSDs are geared up with rather an amazing cooling system to remove 11W of thermal power that they can dissipate. The cooler (which includes a 16.5 mm z-height) utilizes a rather huge aluminum radiator that covers both the controller and memory chips, a blower fan, thermal pads on both sides of the drive, and an aluminum housing– which the business calls heat guard– that directs air produced by the fan through the radiator’s fins to optimize cooling efficiency.

The substantial cooling is expected to make sure that Patriot’s Viper PV553 drives sustains efficiency even under serious work. In reality, Patriot states that the cooler makes sure that the drive keeps temperature level at about 45ºC in typical space temperature level conditions.

On The Other Hand, PV553 SSDs are not Patriot’s fastest drives. Just recently the business showed its Viper PV573 SSDs that utilize Micron’s B58R 3D TLC NAND with a 2400 MT/s information transfer rate and provide a consecutive read and compose speed of approximately 14,000 MB/s and 12,000 MB/s, respectively. That drive will maybe get more take advantage of the brand-new cooling system, however it will be readily available at a later date.

As it is constantly the case with Patriot’s premium SSDs, the Viper PV553 drives are backed by a five-year service warranty and are ensured to sustain 700, 1400, and 3000 terabytes to be composed.

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