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ADATA launches their new SU900 series of 3D NAND powered SSDs

ADATA launches their new SU900 series of 3D NAND powered SSDs

ADATA launches their new SU900 series of 3D NAND powered SSDs

ADATA launches their new SU900 series of 3D NAND powered SSDs

 
 
ADATA has launched their new SU900 series of 3D NAND powered SSDs, which will come with capacities of up to 2TB and have a 5-year warranty. 
 
These new SSDs will come with a Silicon Motion SMI 2258 controller, which uses a has an SLC NAND buffer and DRAM cache for enhanced performance which allows the drive to offer read and write speeds of 560MB/s and 525MB/s respectively.  ADATA has also stated that these drives have a mean time before failure (MTBF) of over 2,000,000 hours, making this drive a dependable choice in the long term, especially when compared to traditional mechanical hard drives. 
 
ADATA has also stated that these drives have a mean time before failure (MTBF) of over 2,000,000 hours, making this drive a dependable choice in the long term, especially when compared to traditional mechanical hard drives. 

  

These new SSDs will come in 256GB, 512GB, 1TB and 2TB versions, offering capacities that will suit almost any pricepoint. 

ADATA launches their new SU900 series of 3D NAND powered SSDs

 

At this time ADATA has not announced who manufactures the 3DNAND used in their drives, though it is likely to be Micron. ADATA has also not released the pricing of these new MLC 3D-NAND SSDs, though we do know that they will be more expensive than their SU800-series SSDs.   

 

You can join the discussion on ADATA's new SU900 3D NAND powered SSD on the OC3D Forums

 

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