Coming in 240GB, 480GB and 960GB capacities
ADATA has announced its newest XPG-series SX8200 PCIe NVMe 1.3 M.2 SSD which will be available in 240GB, 480GB, and 960GB capacities and offer transfer speeds of up to 3200MB/s for read and 1700MB/s for write.
Based on Phison controller and Toshiba 15nm MLC NAND
Corsair has added a 1.6TB capacity model to its NVMe PCIe SSD Neutron NX500 series.
Based on Marvell controller and MLC NAND
ADATA has officially launched its latest XPG series M.2 PCIe SSD, the ADATA XPG SX900. Based on a Marvell controller in combination with MLC NAND, the XPG SX9000 M.2 PCIe SSD will offer impressive performance and be available in capacities of 256GB, 512GB and 1TB.
Reaching 3,000 MB/s and 2,400 MB/s for read and write
Although we've already seen it earlier, Corsair has now officially launched its latest high-performance Neutron NX 500 series NVMe PCIe SSDs that will be available in 400GB and 800GB capacities.
Gets reviewed as well
Although not officially announced by Corsair, the Neutron NX500 series PCIe NVMe 800GB and 400GB SSDs have appeared at Newegg.com as well as being reviewed.
Targeting hyper-scale data centres
Chinese startup Memblaze launched its next generation of PCIe NVMe SSD products, PBlaze 5 700 and 900 series, for hyper-scale data centre deployment and enterprise mission critical set-ups.
Transfer speed of up to 1800MB/s
ADATA has released its XPG SX7000 SSD that will use 3D NAND and come in M.2 2280 form-factor with a PCIe 3.0 x4 interface.
Coming in 120GB, 240GB and 480GB capacities
Corsair has released a new addition to its Force Series SSD lineup, the MP500 M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD series, which promises impressive performance of up to 3,000MB/s for read and up to 2,400MB/s for write.
Based on TLC 3D NAND
According to the latest leaked slide, Intel is working on the new performance-segment 610P series SSD based on TLC 3D NAND, M.2 2280 form-factor and PCIe NVMe interface.
Still sticking to 75W
It appears that earlier information regarding PCI-Express 4.0 slot and its ability to deliver 300W via slot was somewhat wrong as PCI-SIG has clarified that 300W were only fo certification process but that the maximum power delivery would stick to 75W.