ADATA Introduces New SSD Falcon and Swordfish Models

Company ADATA Technology announced the launch of two new SSDs Adata falcon and Swordfish. Both models work on memory 3D Nand and support the interface PCIe Gen3x4.

Adata Falcon supports PCIe Gen3x4 and is equipped with 3D Nand memory. Falcon read / write speeds reach 3100/1500 MB / s. 3D Nand memory makes the drive more productive and reliable. SSD Falcon is available in capacities from 256GB to 2TB.

The novelty also supports error correction and data protection technologies. Moreover, FALCON supports SLC caching and a random read / write speed of 180 / 180K IOPS. SSD comes with an aluminum heat sink for heat dissipation.

Like Falcon, Swordfish also runs on 3D Nand memory via the PCIe Gen3x4 interface. Swordfish read / write speeds reach 1800/1200 MB / s. The drive also supports SLC caching and has a random read / write speed of 180 / 180K IOPS. SSD Swordfish is available in capacities from 256GB to 2TB and is also equipped with an aluminum radiator.

With error correction technology LDPC (Low-density parity-check) Falcon and Swordfish SSDs can detect and correct errors, thereby saving data and increasing service life, the manufacturer emphasizes.

Each Falcon and Swordfish SSD gives you the opportunity to install branded applications from Adata, such as the Adata SSD Toolbox and Migration Utility. SSD Toolbox allows you to track the performance of SSD, its degree of wear. Migration Utility will help transfer data from the old drive to the new SSD.

Adata Falcon and Swordfish are covered by a 5-year warranty.

Additional information is available at the official website.

Read also: “The first game that made me cry “: Red Dead Redemption is 10 years old.

Add to our Telegram channel via the link or search for it manually in the search by name gmradost. There we publish, including that which does not fall into the news feed.. Also subscribe to us in Yandex.Zen, Twitter and VK. And do not forget that we have a dark theme and a ribbon instead of tiles.