Patriot’s Viper VP4300 PCIe 4.0 SSD could be the fastest on the market

Patriot's Viper VP4300 PCIe 4.0 SSD could be the fastest on the market

Patriot’s Viper VP4300 PCIe 4.0 SSD could be the fastest on the market

Patriot memory has just released one of the fastest M.2 NVMe SSDs on the market, promising their users sequential read speeds that are as high as 7,400MB/s and sequential write speeds that are as high as 6,800MB/s on their 2TB variant. 

Meet Patriot’s Viper Gaming VP4300 series of M.2 SSDs, PCIe 4.0 storage drives that bring together Innogrit’s flagship Rainier IG5236 controller and 3D TLC NAND to enable top-class storage performance. 

Unlike most M.2 SSDs, Patriot’s Viper VP4300 series drives all ship with two heatsink solutions, allowing users to install a thin heatsink for small form factor systems (which users copper heat spreader and a graphene thermal pad), or a thicker heatsink for desktop systems that have more space for M.2 SSD cooling. This is a rare level of versatility for a high-end M.2 SSD, and that is a great thing for consumers. Those with enough space can also install both heatsinks, with the graphene heatsink sitting at the bottom of the SSD while the larger aluminium heatsink sits on top of the drive. 

Patriot’s 2TB VP4300 offers users the highest levels of write performance, with the SSD’s 1TB model offering users sequential write speeds that are up to 5,500MB/s, which is significantly slower than the drive’s 2TB counterpart. Both SSDs offer 800,000 IOPS, and sequential read speeds of up to 7,400MB/s. 

  

Patriot's Viper VP4300 PCIe 4.0 SSD could be the fastest on the market  
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Patriot's Viper VP4300 PCIe 4.0 SSD could be the fastest on the market