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Author Topic: PNY Latest M.2 NVMe Gen4 x4 Solid State Drive Delivers Speeds Never Seen Before  (Read 349 times)

Offline Paul2

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PNY announces the launch of XLR8 CS3140 M.2 NVMe Gen4 x4 Solid State Drive, the “CS3140”, delivering speeds never seen before. PNY’s quest to continuously deliver cutting-edge technology for the most demanding applications has led to the development of the company’s fastest M.2 NVMe SSD yet. The CS3140 sets new standards that enable 4K and 8K content creators, high-intensive application users, gamers, and others to experience a whole new level of speed, performance, and productivity.

Optimized for the latest NVMe Gen 4.0 protocol, which continues to gain adoption from motherboard manufacturers and users, the CS3140 delivers outstanding sequential speeds of up to 7,500MB/s read and up to 6,850MB/s write speeds, redefining possibilities and paving the road to a whole new world of content creation, gaming, and so much more.

Raw performance is not the only focus with the CS3140. Utilizing a 12-nanometer manufacturing process, it also delivers greater power efficiency, which is critical for both desktop and laptop applications, enabling the drive to deliver greater performance while generating less heat; allowing desktops to run cooler and laptops to have longer battery lives.

The CS3140 is available in two versions: a non-heatsink version for laptops and desktops with space constraints and a version with a 45-gram extruded aluminum heatsink responsible for absorbing and dissipating some of the heat produced by such fast speeds, high-intensive applications, and sustained workloads. Eight individual vertical fins provide a larger heatsink surface area while optimizing airflow and heat dissipation...

...Lower power consumption that results in greater energy efficiency
Greater endurance due to the drive’s ability to withstand extreme conditions and to retain data even when dropped


Product Specifications:

PNY XLR8 CS3140 M.2 NVMe Gen4 x4 Solid State Drive

PCIe 4.0 interface (NVMe Gen4 x4), supports NVMe 1.4
Form Factor: M.2 2280
Speed: up to 7,500MB/s Read and up to 6,850MB/s1 Write (vary by model)
Capacities: 1TB and 2TB2
Warranty: 5 Year
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https://cdrinfo.com/d7/content/pny-xlr8-cs3140-m2-nvme-gen4-x4-solid-state-drive-delivering-speeds-never-seen


wow.  that is so fast for sequential read speed that it can read as fast as up to 7,500 Mbytes (7.5 GBytes) which is 60 gigabits per second there and write speed up to 6,850 Mbytes (or 6.85 Gbytes) or 54.8 Gbps.  how technology has advanced.

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That is insane. I wonder how much that's gonna cost. I have to build a new computer at some point. My computer is a decade old and is barely able to handle HD video editing on the program I'm using. I'm using Shotcut which is good. But I'd rather use DaVinci Resolve (I went to college for film production and it's a more advanced program I'm more comfortable with) which my computer absolutely can not handle lol. My laptop is newer and also barely handles DaVinci.
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on that link's page, it show a link to the pny store website that show the cost of their products and it did show pny 1 TB ssd with heatsink costing $239.99 and $459.99 for the 2 TB version.  the versions without heatsink cost $229.99 for the 1 TB version and $449.99 for the 2 TB version.

Here is the link:
https://www.pny.com/consumer/shop-pny

sorry i didn't post the pny website link because i don't feel like advertising it on my first thread post.  anyway, that its expensive for the 1 and 2 TB versions.  probably in 5 years from now, it will cost much less and has higher storage capacity and possibly faster read and write speed than what is currently available now too.
« Last Edit: February 16, 2021, 03:01:00 PM by Paul2 »

 

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