XPG, a high-end gaming brand under ADATA, has just launched the XPG ATOM 30/40/50 series of solid-state hard drives for creators with different budget needs.Among them, the ATOM 30/40 series adopts the PCIe 3.0 x4 main control that supports the NVMe 1.3 protocol, and the sequential read and write reaches 2500/2000 and 3500/3000 MB/s respectively, and is compatible with the latest Intel/AMD PC and desktop/laptop computers platform.
For players with higher performance needs, you can also choose the ATOM 50 series. It uses a PCIe 4.0 x4 main control that supports the NVMe 1.4 protocol, with sequential reads and writes up to 5000 and 4500 MB/s.
With the support of SLC cache/host memory cache technology, ATOM 30/40/50 seriesSSDRespectively up to 180K / 200K, 480K / 260K, and 440K / 400K IOPS4KRandom read and write access speed.
In terms of capacity, the current XPG ATOM series only provides a 1TB version. The three models are also equipped with low-profile and elegant heat sinks, which can reduce the temperature by 15% to ensure optimal performance and stable operation.
With the support of LDPC checksum and AES-256 encryption technology, the ATOM series M.2 NVMe SSD can also ensure the accuracy and security of data transmission.
The ATOM series of SSDs also use rigorously tested high-quality ICs to achieve maximum durability, supplemented by the original 5-year limited warranty.
For PlayStation 5 console players, ATOM 50 can also be used as an expansion disk. Please store more games and load smoothly.
finally,ADATAXPG ATOM series 30/40/50 solid state drives will be available in retail channels such as Amazon. The 250GB / 500GB / 1TB version of ATOM 30 is priced at 59.99 / 79.99 / 139.99 US dollars (about 384/512/895 RMB).
The 512GB / 1TB version of ATOM 40 is 99.99 / 179.99 US dollars (approximately 640/1151 RMB), and the 512GB / 1TB version of ATOM 50 is 119.99 / 179.99 US dollars (approximately 767/1151 RMB).