IRDM promises leading performance levels with their Pro Nano M.2 2230 SSD

IRDM gives handheld gaming systems a major boost with their Pro Nano M.2 2230 SSD

IRDM, a sub-brand of Wilk Elektronik SA, a Polish memory producer, has revealed their fastest M.2 2230 SSD to date. This SSD promises users leading performance levels for handheld gaming systems, most of which use compact M.2 2230 SSDs.

With their new Pro Nano series of SSDs, IRDM promises sequential read speeds of 7300 MB/s and sequential write speeds of 6,000 MB/s. Sadly, we do not know what SSD controller this new SSD will use. All we know is that it is faster than the compact E27T controller that Phison revealed at CES 2024.

The IRDM Pro Nano will be available with 512GB to 2TB storage capacities, making it ideal for upgrades for Valve’s Steam Deck, ASUS’ ROG Ally, MSI’s Claw, and Lenovo’s Legion Go. This drive promises users faster storage speeds than the stock drives within these handhelds, and up to 2TB of storage space.

IRDM is backing their new Pro Nano SSD with a 5 year warranty. The drive also features a TBW (Total Bytes Written) rating of 1200 TB for their 2TB model.

You can join the discussion on IRDM’s ultra-fast PRO NANO M.2 2230 SSD on the OC3D Forums.

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