Monday, March 29th 2021

Mushkin Launches New Delta and Gamma Series Solid State Drives

Mushkin Enhanced MFG, today unveiled its new DELTA and GAMMA series of high-performance NVMe solid-state drives (SSDs) featuring blazing fast sequential speeds of up to 7175 MB/s read and 6800 MB/s write the new SSDs deliver an uncompromising mix of speed, storage capacity and reliability for mainstream, gamers and professional PC users alike.

The DELTA series, powered by Phison's E16 series controller, features the next evolution of the PCI-Express Gen4 interface offering an impressive range of performance, security, and reliability. Delivering up to 10 times the sequential read and sequential write speeds of some SATA SSDs and up to 50 times the speed of some traditional HDDs. The GAMMA series, powered by Phison's E18 series controller, Pushes the limits of performance, capacity, cost, and energy efficiency, making it the ideal solution for gamers, content creators, and computing enthusiasts, which demand the absolute best out of their PC system.
DELTA Series
  • Capacities: 1 TB, 2 TB, and 4 TB
  • Max Sequential: Up to 4975 MB/s (Read) / 3975 MB/s (Write)
  • 4 KB Random: 700,000 IOPS (Read) / 650,000 IOPS (Write)
  • Dimensions: 22 mm x 80 mm X 2.25 mm
  • Warranty: 5 Year Limited Warranty
GAMMA Series
  • Capacities: 1 TB, 2 TB, and 4 TB (Coming Soon)
  • Max Sequential: Up to 7175 MB/s (Read) / 6800 MB/s (Write)
  • 4 KB Random: 640,000 IOPS (Read) / 630,000 IOPS (Write)
  • Dimensions: 22 mm x 80 mm X 2.25 mm
  • Warranty: 5 Year Limited Warranty
Pricing & Availability

The Mushkin Delta and Gamma series SSDs are now available to purchase from Newegg.
Source: Mushkin
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8 Comments on Mushkin Launches New Delta and Gamma Series Solid State Drives

#1
Caring1
Gamma series should be the baseline, then it should go up from there.
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#2
TumbleGeorge
LoL SSD's with old controller have better IOPS numbers?
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#3
TheLostSwede
TumbleGeorgeLoL SSD's with old controller have better IOPS numbers?
It's all about the firmware ;)
But yes, this seems to be true among all E16 vs E18 drives though.
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#4
TumbleGeorge
TheLostSwedeIt's all about the firmware
Or newer controllers and nand flash generation after generation growing garbage?
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#5
bonehead123
Delta.. Gamma....Whadafukishama ???

Are they making drives for use in the next Star Trek show or somethin ??????

I guess their earlier models were of the Alpha, Beta, & Charlie variety, hehehe :)

Also, why skip Echo & Frank.....
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#7
Minus Infinity
Solid State Soul ( SSS )ADATA already has a series of SSDs called GAMMA :ohwell:
ADATA can no longer be trusted after what they have done with the 8200.
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#8
Nordiga
bonehead123Delta.. Gamma....Whadafukishama ???

Are they making drives for use in the next Star Trek show or somethin ??????

I guess their earlier models were of the Alpha, Beta, & Charlie variety, hehehe :)

Also, why skip Echo & Frank.....
It's the Greek pronunciation of the Greek alphabet. A system used throughout the years in many fields.
A (Alpha), B (Beta), Γ (Gamma), Δ (Delta) and so on.... ends in Ω (Omega).
i guess Greece is everywhere xD
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