Wednesday, June 22nd 2022

addlink Launches Budget-Friendly S90 Lite PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD

addlink, is introducing a new PCIe 4.0 SSD, the S90 Lite, featuring storage capacities of up to 2 TB and offer speeds up to 5000 MB/s. It is compatible with the latest Intel/AMD PC and laptop computer platforms. The S90 Lite uses the latest Gen4 x4 NVMe controller and 176-layer 3D TLC NAND flash. It utilizes PCIe Gen4x4 and NVMe 1.4 protocol as an interface to achieve rapid sequential read and write speeds up to 5000/4500 MB per second, which is ten times faster than a SATA III SSD. The SSD drive is also backward compatible with the PCIe Gen3 system.

The drive comes with an SLC caching to deliver outstanding performances and better user experiences. It also supports a host memory buffer (HMB) that allows S90 Lite SSD to proactively pursue higher performances by utilizing the memory resource of the host to maximum random read/write speeds of up to 400K/800K IOPS.
The Active Power Consumption Requirement for the S90 Lite is around 3.9 W, which is about 50% lower than other Gen4 x4 SSDs in the market, which allows S90 Lite to have a longer battery life and stabilized temperature for use in laptop and PC.

S90 Lite also supports the latest LDPC ECC, advanced wear Leveling, bad block Management, and over-provisioning technology to ensure data accuracy and a longer SSD lifetime. In addition, it has a five-year warranty and is perfect for intensive use for gamers, content creators, and in-demand engineers.

The S90 Lite model is available in 512 GB, 1 TB, and 2 TB capacities. They are ready for the latest AMD and Intel Gen4 x4 platforms and are compatible with PCs and laptops from all major brands.

All capacities of S90 Lite are now available at authorized addlink distribution partners and will become available on Amazon in July 2022.
Source: Addlink
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What about the TBW?
Obviously this "Source" link does not help.
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