Friday, May 20th 2022

ZADAK Announces TWSG4S PCIe Gen4 x4 SSD

here's another hot new ZADAK product on the market, and this one is going to take gamers one step beyond. It's the TWSG4S M.2 PCIe Gen4 x4 SSD, and it delivers read-write speeds that many Gen4 x4 SSDs can't - 7,400 and 7,000 MB/s, respectively. This is an ideal expansion SSD for new game consoles and PCs, giving players the chance to dominate their games. It ships with two powerful heatsinks in the box. One is made of ultra-thin graphene and the other of aluminium, and they reduce the operating temperatures by 15% and 35% respectively.

Either will fit inside the PS5, but notebooks will only permit the installation of the graphene heatsink. PC gamers will quickly see the advantages of this SSD, but it's also fully compliant with the technical requirements and physical dimensions of Sony's PS5, so console gamers will love it too. One of the most unique features of this product is the design. Sure, there's an aesthetic similarity that makes it the perfect partner for the PS5 in looks. But it also features a heat dissipation portal that's been crafted to suggest the dimensions of the PS5's DualSense controller. It's subtle, like the tiny PlayStation symbols that adorn the DualSense itself, but gamers will appreciate the difference.
The TWSG4S' advanced specs are driven by the 3D NAND Flash technology under the hood. It allows for massive amounts of storage to be squeezed into a compact form factor. It also boasts a variety of data protection and correction algorithms that maintain data integrity and stability. In addition to gaming PCs and PS5s, this powerful SSD is also ideal for desktops or laptops looking for a serious upgrade or expansion of storage space.
Source: ZADAK
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9 Comments on ZADAK Announces TWSG4S PCIe Gen4 x4 SSD

#1
W1zzard
Based on those photos this is another Phison E18 reference design, most probably using 176-layer B47R
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#2
TheDeeGee
Funny how they point to the heatsink design, and claim it looks like a Ganepad.

To me it looks more like one of them wooden monitor stands.
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#3
deu
Best marketing picture ever! /s
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#4
Dammeron
TheDeeGeeFunny how they point to the heatsink design, and claim it looks like a Ganepad.
What a lovely little detail the size of 1cm and not visible at all once put into the slot. :p
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#5
Blaylock
Not to mention it's a heat trap. The whole point of a heat sink is to expose the sink to the air, not trap it inside. SMMFH.
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#6
MachineLearning
But it also features a heat dissipation portal
Does the warranty at least cover damage due to gravitational singularities created by the drive?
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#7
MarsM4N
"Sure, there's an aesthetic similarity that makes it the perfect partner for the PS5 in looks."

Too bad the PS5 has no glas window to enjoy the beauty once it's installed. :laugh:

Also would love to have some background info about a company I've never heared before. Reliability, reputation, RMA center locations?
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#8
ARF
BlaylockNot to mention it's a heat trap. The whole point of a heat sink is to expose the sink to the air, not trap it inside. SMMFH.
So, you think they shoot themselves in the feet without actually knowing what they were doing? :D Cool :respect::cool::D:kookoo:
I'd prefer to assume they have at least a small testing laboratory before releasing anything to the market.. :banghead:
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#9
Dammeron
ARFI'd prefer to assume they have at least a small testing laboratory before releasing anything to the market.. :banghead:
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