Friday, August 23rd 2013

MX Technology Unveils Driver-less EXPRESS PCIe SSD Card

Mach Xtreme Technology Inc., a worldwide leader in top performance, high reliability and user-friendly designed PC components, today unveiled EXPRESS Series PCIe SSD add-on card. The MX-EXPRESS is implementing advanced dual-controller technology and is based on an unique driver-less design. Based on an innovative design, the low-profile MX-EXPRESS PCIe 2.0 x2 SSD card delivers an enhanced desktop computing experience with much faster application loading times, ultra-fast data access and shorter boot-ups of today's and future high-end desktops featuring PCIe 2x / 4x /16x interface.

The MX-EXPERSS continues our tradition of catering to power users who want the fastest and smoothest performance. It meets extreme data transfer needs, utilizing a PCIe 2.0 bandwidth. This add-on card is fully compliant with AHCI standard and thus is truly plug and play solution where no drivers are needed. The MX-EXPRESS PCIe SSD card puts the very latest storage technology in users' hands and sets a new benchmark for SSD add-on cards. In addition, this series maintains the highest level of read and write performance though the life of the SSD, making it a must have item for any serious enthusiast.

The MX-EXPRESS drive delivers best-in-class read and write speeds clocking in at up to 850 MB/s read and 800 MB/s write along with the stunning maximum of 100,000 IOPS and superior durability (2.5 million MTBF) compared to mainstream 2.5" SATA 6 Gb/s generation drives.

Available in capacities of 128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB and 1 TB, Mach Xtreme Technology MX-EXPRESS PCIe SSD add-on cards come backed with 2 Year Warranty and outstanding after-sales service.

EXPRESS Series PCIe SSD at A Glance:
  • PCI-Express 2.0 x2 interface
  • Driver-less Installation
  • Max. Read Performance up to 850 MB/s (512GB and 1TB)
  • Max. Write Performance up to 800 MB/s (512GB and 1TB)
  • IOPS: up to 100K
  • Dimensions: 152.5 mm x 19.0 mm x 69.0 mm (low-profile PCIe)
  • Weight: 125 g
  • Certification: ROHS, CE, FCC
  • Capacity: 128 GB (MXSSDEPCIE-128G), 256 GB (MXSSDEPCIE-256G), 512 GB (MXSSDEPCIE-512G) and 1 TB (MXUB3MLX-1T)
  • Warranty: 2-Year
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15 Comments on MX Technology Unveils Driver-less EXPRESS PCIe SSD Card

#3
Solidstate89
A 2 year warranty for a high-end PCI-e based SSD?

Are you kidding me?
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#4
jigar2speed
by: Solidstate89
A 2 year warranty for a high-end PCI-e based SSD?

Are you kidding me?
Better than 1 year warranty of mechanical drives.
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#5
AsRock
TPU addict
by: jigar2speed
Better than 1 year warranty of mechanical drives.
but crap for SSD, most others offer 3+.
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#6
Solidstate89
by: jigar2speed
Better than 1 year warranty of mechanical drives.
My RED drives offer a 3 year warranty and my BLACK drives in my desktop have a 5 year. And those cost considerably less than a PCI-e based SSD. I expect a minimum of 3 years and I would appreciate at least 5 for such a high-priced, high performance piece of equipment like this.
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#7
sabre23
Mach Xtreme Technology Inc., a worldwide leader in top performance, high reliability and user-friendly designed PC components,
???
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#8
tigger
I'm the only one
My pny prevail elite is 85k iops and 5yr warranty, pretty good really.
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#9
Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
by: jigar2speed
Better than 1 year warranty of mechanical drives.
My WD blacks have a 5 year warranty?
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#10
tigger
I'm the only one
by: Aquinus
My WD blacks have a 5 year warranty?
I think so.
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#11
Jorge
A few points on product warranties...

1. A longer warranty does not mean a better quality product

2. Longer warrantied items usually have higher prices to cover warranty claims

3. Most warranties are pro-rated after the first year which means you may get next to nothing on a trade-in/exchange for a warrantied product - especially based on the Suggested Retail price, not the street price

4. Read the warranty terms VERY carefully as you may be quite surprised at the terms being used on SSDs.

5. If a reliable product is your desire, buy the SSD with the best reputation.
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#12
boogerlad
This is just a msata ssd on a pci-e sata adapter. Nothing special here.
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#13
Wshlist
by: boogerlad
This is just a msata ssd on a pci-e sata adapter. Nothing special here.
Might seem so but did you see those read and write speeds and the IO figures? Makes you wonder if it isn't a tad bit more complex.
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#14
Wshlist
by: Jorge
A few points on product warranties...

1. A longer warranty does not mean a better quality product

2. Longer warrantied items usually have higher prices to cover warranty claims

3. Most warranties are pro-rated after the first year which means you may get next to nothing on a trade-in/exchange for a warrantied product - especially based on the Suggested Retail price, not the street price

4. Read the warranty terms VERY carefully as you may be quite surprised at the terms being used on SSDs.

5. If a reliable product is your desire, buy the SSD with the best reputation.
I never quite understood HD warranties, who wants to send in a HD full of private info and login data when it fails?
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#15
hellrazor
by: btarunr
The MX-EXPERSS continues our tradition of catering to power users who want the fastest and smoothest performance.
Did they really misspell their own product's name?
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