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G.Skill launches Phonenix Blade 480GB PCIe SSD

First previewed during this year’s Computex, the G.Skill Phoenix Blade has recently made its official debut and is immediately looking to wow PC enthusiasts with its four (4) LSI SF-2281 SSD controllers assigned to four (4) 120GB MLCs configured in RAID 0. The result: a sleek-looking PCIe SSD capable of churning out an incredibly fast read and write speeds which tops out at 2Gb/s.

The Phoenix Blade is designed for the PCIe Gen 2.0 x8 interface and is equipped with a TRIM commands to ensure that its rated performance stays the same even over time.

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Phoenix Blade

As mentioned earlier, the Phoenix Blade’s Read and Write speeds maxes out at 2000MB/s, though continuous and sequential reading and writing are only rated at 1900Mb/s and 1050Mbps which is still faster than most SATA-based SSDs.

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Meanwhile, G.Skill claims that 4K Random Read performance of the Phoenix Blade is rated at 90,000 IOPS while the 4K Random Write can go all the way up to 245,000 IOPS.

• Phoenix Blade Specs • G.skill Launches Phonenix Blade 480Gb Pcie Ssd

The SRP and availability date of the new G.SKILL Phoenix Blade PCIe SSD has not been disclosed as of the time of writing, but NCIX US has listed it with a USD800 or a little under thirty-six grand in our local currency. It may be a pretty steep price to pay, but this might just be a worthy upgrade to your current setup if money is no concern.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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Kjata
Kjata
7 years ago

Halimaw sa read and write hahaha

DTech
DTech
7 years ago

LOL, $800? You could buy a high end procee and a terabyte regular SSD with that!

Renel
Renel
Reply to  DTech
7 years ago

Depende rin yan kung may pera ka. Kung kulang ka sa budget nganga nalang tayo

Kung kaya ko lang bumili nyan sure ako na bibili dahil kailangan ko ang fast Read Speed sa SSD. Ngayon 550MB/s lang ang SDD pero mas maganda sana kung mas mabilis para sa Syzygy 6-men tablebase sa Chess

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