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KLEVV Introduces CRAS C930, CRAS C910, and CRAS C730 M.2 NVMe SSDs

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KLEVV, an emerging memory brand introduced by Essencore, is excited to announce three new consumer-grade M.2 NVMe SSDs, the CRAS C930, C910, and C730. The new CRAS M.2 NVMe SSD lineup aims to serve a wide range of users, enabling entry-level to top-tier enthusiasts with industry-leading storage technology. Both CRAS 930 and C910 come with an optional add-on heatsink for users to maximize their freedom in the setup.

With an impressive 1500 TBW endurance lifecycle and a significant emphasis on DRAM cache buffer, the CRAS C930 is built to withstand harsh workloads. Utilizing the latest PCIe Gen4 x4 interface supported by NVMe 1.4, it delivers break-neck sequential read/write speed of up to 7400/6800 MB/s at 2 TB max capacity and 4K random read/write up to 1000K IOPS. Exceptional engineering and design elements make the CRAS C930 the crown jewel of KLEVV's new M.2 NVMe SSD lineup, capable of running on PCs, Laptops, and even PS5 consoles. Additionally, the flat fin heatsink addon is a great inclusion with up to 20% temperature reduction, giving users complete flexibility in their choice.



CRAS C910—Armored with Power, Cooler than Ever
Adopting the PCIe Gen4 x4 interface with NVMe 1.4, the new CRAS C910 is the perfect solution for gaming and content creation. Leveraging strictly selected 3D TLC NAND Flash chips, the CRAS C910 dishes out up to 5000/4800 MB/s sequential read/write speed at 1 TB capacity. Furthermore, the stylish black and white brushed aluminium heatsink included with the unit provides comprehensive utility capable of up to 10% passive heat dissipation.

CRAS C730—Go Above and Beyond
Built around the PCIe Gen 3x4 interface supported by NVMe 1.3 technology, the CRAS C730 is a jack of all trades. Targeted at mainstream users, it outshines the competition by carrying top-shelf features and functionality way above its pay grade.

DRAM cache buffering, Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology (S.M.A.R.T.), and Thermal Throttling Algorithm are a few worthy highlights to mention that make the CRAS C730 the best powerful, budget-friendly performance storage solution on the market.

Users can choose from 512 GB, 1 TB, and 2 TB capacities with impressive sequential read rates reaching 3700 MB/s at 2 TB capacity.

The CRAS C930, C910, and C730 M.2 NVMe SSDs will be available from Q4 2022, KLEVV products are distributed by Integral Memory plc in the United Kingdom/ France/ Spain/ Germany.

For more information, visit the product pages of the CRAS C930, CRAS C910, and CRAS C730.

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Someone at Klevv making up product names isn't too familiar with English I don't think:

"Crass" isn't a word you want to sell a product, and It's not too far away from "Crap", either....

The next SSDs will be called the AWFIL and RUBBIS
 
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Someone at Klevv making up product names isn't too familiar with English I don't think:

"Crass" isn't a word you want to sell a product, and It's not too far away from "Crap", either....

The next SSDs will be called the AWFIL and RUBBIS

That word "crass" I met for the first time when watching "Red Panda" animation. Mother referring to her teen daughter ("how can you be so..so...CRAAASSSS!). Synonyms: boorish, churlish, rude, stupid, vulgar. May be they mean it's an insensitive SSD...:D
 
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