silicon power announced the launch of a low-end M.2 NVMe 1.4 PCI-Express 4.0 SSD, we are talking about the UD90 silicon poweravailable in three variants of 256 GB, 512 GB and 1 TB capacity. The fact that it is low-end is due to its speed and that it reaches maximum sequential read speeds of 4800 MB/swhile the maximum write speed is 4200 MB/swe are therefore talking about an improvement of around 1300 MB/s in reading and 1600 MB/s in writing compared to the high-end PCIe 3.0 SSDs on the market.
As always in these cases, the company recommends offering a new generation storage unit at an affordable price thinking of users with tighter budgets, but of course, while indicating that it is economical they forget to mention any information regarding the price in order to make a comparison.
Silicon Power introduces its latest PCIe 4.0 SSD, the UD90, offering storage capacities of up to 1TB with best value 3D NAND Flash technology, achieving read speeds of up to 4800MB/ s and write speeds of up to 4200MB/s It also offers data transfer speeds that are twice as fast as its predecessor (PCIe 3.0), for sustained use and reliable performance. With this efficiency, the UD90 allows you to maximize your creative output at an unbeatable price.
Designed for content creators, the UD90 is built to handle the demanding levels of multitasking required by creative production, effortlessly. With support for NVMe 1.4 and Host Memory Buffer (HMB) technology, the UD90 delivers uninterrupted productivity with higher performance and lower latency for smooth application execution.