Friday, December 27th 2019

SK hynix to Introduce Consumer PCIe NVMe SSDs at CES 2020

SK hynix Inc., a global semiconductor maker based in Korea, is set to introduce its newest offering of "Gold P31" and "Platinum P31" PCIe NVMe Solid State Drives (SSDs) at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020, which will be held on January 7-10 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The drives are built with SK hynix's 128-layer 4D NAND flash, only six months after the Company announced the mass production of the world's first and highest vertical stack for NAND flash, demonstrating the chipmaker's technological edge.

As a leading manufacturer of memory chips, SK hynix builds and supplies its own DRAM and NAND flash devices, as well as SSD controllers designed and developed in-house. The company has a proven track record as a major supplier to global OEMs including top-tier PC makers, who have trusted and purchased SK hynix's SSDs for nearly a decade now. As a next step, SK hynix is now expanding into the consumer market with its newest drives.
"SK hynix's new SSDs were built as premier solutions for users seeking advanced performance to run multimedia tools and the most demanding of PC games," said the Company's spokesperson. "We are excited to introduce SK hynix's Gold S31 SATA, Gold P31 PCIe, and Platinum P31 PCIe SSDs for the first time at CES, at a time when the brand continues to expand its presence in the United States." Before this newest addition, SK hynix launched "SuperCore" series of consumer SSDs starting with Gold S31, the 2.5-inch SATA III SSD offering the industry's best-in-class speed and reliability, available on Amazon in the U.S.
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5 Comments on SK hynix to Introduce Consumer PCIe NVMe SSDs at CES 2020

#1
bonehead123
Hummm... the 1st line of the announcement says "pcie/nvme, but the pictures are of 2.5" SATA ssd's... so what exactly are they introducing here ?

Also, if they are bringing out nvme drives, are they Gen 3 or 4, and what are the specs/speeds, do they come with heatsinks, where are the pics of them, and most important - when will they be available & whats the friggin price(s) etc ?

So many unanswered questions, most of which coulda/shoulda actually have been made clear in the announcement/press release.....

So lame ...:(....:mad:...:confused:
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VSG
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bonehead123
Hummm... the 1st line of the announcement says "pcie/nvme, but the pictures are of 2.5" SATA ssd's... so what exactly are they introducing here ?

Also, if they are bringing out nvme drives, are they Gen 3 or 4, and what are the specs/speeds, do they come with heatsinks, where are the pics of them, and most important - when will they be available & whats the friggin price(s) etc ?

So many unanswered questions, most of which coulda/shoulda actually have been made clear in the announcement/press release.....

So lame ...:(....:mad:...:confused:
That was the only photo they sent, even after I pointed out this was not of the actual product. I guess we will have to wait till CES!
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#3
bug
4D, really? It operates forward and backward in time?
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TheGuruStud
VSG
That was the only photo they sent, even after I pointed out this was not of the actual product. I guess we will have to wait till CES!
Stock photos are the bane of everything.
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