Excellent sequential read and write speed from M9P Plus series PCIe NVMe Gen 3×4 SSD that I reviewed previously. Up to 3,400 MB/s and 2,200 MB/s. And to 340,000/320,000 IOPS random read/write speeds as well. All thanks to speedy Marvell 88SS1092 and 96-layer KIOXIA BiCS4 3D TLC NAND Flash. Meet Plextor M9PY Plus with colourful RGB lights and extraordinary heatsink in PCIe HHHL add-in card form factor. Outstanding performance? Let’s find out together…
Meet the fastest SSD from Plextor yet. Up to 3,400 MB/s sequential read and 2,200 MB/s sequential write with random read/write speeds up to 340,000/320,000 IOPS. It is loaded with industry-leading controller – Marvell 88SS1092 and 96-layer KIOXIA BiCS4 3D TLC NAND Flash. Plextor M9PGN Plus M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe Gen 3×4 SSD is one of M9P Plus series. How does it perform? Read on to find out…
Solid state drive (SSD) is much powerful and faster than normal HDD. And it is getting cheaper each day. There is no more reason not to use it on desktop PC. Of course, it is still expensive to use it as large file archive storage. However, it will perform far better as operating system drive because its file access latency is much smaller. Lite-On S900 SSD 256GB (SCS-256L9S) is the star today. It is Lite-On latest consumer SSD which similar to L9S Series – LCS-256L9S (client product for OEM notebook). And its specifications are very similar to Plextor M6S SDD as well. How does LiteOn S900 SSD 256GB perform? Let’s find out…
Continued from Ready to setup my new computer system?
Hehe… I missed out one of the important stuff in my new computer system ~ the hard drive. Without hard drive, how am I going to play my precious games? Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 500GB will be my new hard drive. I don’t care much about hard drive because it is the bottom neck of the whole system. Hard drive is the slowest of all. Therefore, a new technology like solid-state drive (SSD) comes out to replace hard drive. The speed is faster and requires less power. However, it is still very expensive at the moment. Therefore, I still stuck to normal hard drive.