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ADATA: presented the new SSD LEGEND 850 and 710 born for software design

AADATA announced the LEGEND 850 PCIe Gen4 x4 M.2 2280 SSD. The new LEGEND 850 offers a new level of performance for specific and specific software designs, such as uses in 3D modeling and animation.

Il Adata group today announced two interesting products belonging to the SSD family, the LEGEND 850 and 710 modeland were born to fully support software programming needs, in particular the ADATA LEGEND 850 model offers users a significant performance improvement with sequential read and write speeds of 5,000 / 4,500MB per second. This makes it up to 3x faster than a standard PCIe Gen3 SSD and 9x faster than a SATA SSD. In addition, it supports the latest Intel and AMD platforms, desktop and notebook PCs and is backward compatible with PCIe 3.0 standard for added convenience.

The LEGEND 850 is equipped with SLC cache and memory buffer to speed up system loading and in data storage. It features a random read / write 4K fino a 400K/550K IOPS for smoother multitasking. Furthermore, with LDPC (Low Density Parity Check Code) e la AES 256 bit encryption, users can rest assured that their data will remain intact and safe. With support for the PCIe 4.0 standard, it can also be installed on consoles such as the PS5 as additional memory.

ADATA: presented the new SSD LEGEND 850 and 710 born for software design

Coinciding with the launch of the LEGEND 850, ADATA is releasing a limited edition variant featuring the artwork by designer Mister Fred. Featuring a colorful design with intricate floral motifs, the one-of-a-kind module will be produced in a limited quantity of 520 units and will be available in June. The SSD LEGEND 850 they use high-quality chips that can stand the test of time and space. They undergo a rigorous verification and testing process to ensure reliability. They are also covered by a 5 year warranty.

Earlier this spring, ADATA also launched l’SSD LEGEND 710 PCIe Gen3 x4 M.2 2280. Designed for aspiring creators, use the standard PCIe Gen3 x4 and NVMe 1.4 to deliver sustained read and write speeds of up to 2,400 / 1,800MB / s. Its specification, M.2 2280, supports the latest Intel and AMD platforms, including desktop and laptop PCs. The LEGEND 710 is covered by a 3 year warranty.

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