Aorus Gen4 7000s Prem., Gigabyte High Performance Storage

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The Aorus Gen4 7000s Prem. is the new, and bestial, unit PCIe 4.0 SSD from Gigabyte that shines with style and sports a huge and shocking aluminum radiator. An extreme storage device for enthusiastic users and high-performance teams.

Aorus Gen4 7000s Prem., Maximum speed with exclusive design

The Asian company Gigabyte brings us your new SSD. A top-of-the-range device, which reaches the market under the trade name Aorus Gen4 7000s Prem. This component stands out for the very high speed it reaches in writing and reading data.

Product characteristics

Like other models in the same range, the new device Gigabyte has the controller Phison PS5018-E18. East SSD has memory chips 3D TLC NAND Flash Y 2 GB cache Ddr4. To connect, use the interface PCI-Express 4.0 x4. So the manufacturer guarantees the product to work at sequential speeds of up to 7000MB / s for reading Y up to 6850MB / s for writing. For random reading and writing 4K promised speeds are up to 650,000 / 700,000 IOPS, respectively.

Aorus Gen4 7000s Prem.

Aorus Gen4 7000s Prem.

What makes this product stand out from other units for sale is the powerful cooling system. Thanks to the design executed by Gigabyte, this unit can operate at maximum performance for a minimum of 8 hours without experiencing speed reduction due to overheating. Something that usually happens in other options on the market.

More details of SSD drive

Users interested in the product can choose from an option of 1 TB or from 2 TB capacity. The cooling system consists of a aluminum disipator, with a nanocarbon coating, and a thermal pad high thermal conductivity. Thanks to this, an improvement is obtained in the heat dissipation of a 30 per cent. In addition, it has a aluminum radiator crossed by two 6mm copper heatpipes thick. This brings the device to a height of close to 4.5 cm.

Aorus Gen4 7000s Prem.

Unit Gigabyte Aorus Gen4 7000s Prem. has a 5 year warranty, Y 1.6 million hours of use or up to 1400 TB of written data.

Via | Gigabyte