Gigabyte has expanded its range of M.2 SSDs with the new Aorus Gen4 7300 SSD series. New items support the PCIe 4.0 interface and are offered in volumes of 1 and 2 TB.
The Aorus Gen4 7300 SSD models are based on an eight-channel Phison E18 memory controller that complies with the NVMe 1.4 protocol and 3D TLC NAND flash memory chips. In addition, the new items received 2 GB of DDR4 cache memory.
The manufacturer states that the 1TB model offers sequential read and write speeds of up to 7300 and 6000MB/s, and the 2TB model up to 7300 and 6850MB/s, respectively.
The new SSDs from Gigabyte are equipped with a heat sink. If required, the regular heatsink of the Aorus Gen4 7300 SSD can be removed and the task of cooling can be delegated to a standard M.2 heatsink on the mainboard or a third-party cooling system. You can monitor the status and temperature of the SSD using the proprietary GCC utility.
The company notes the compatibility of drives from the Aorus Gen4 7300 SSD series with PlayStation 5 game consoles.The manufacturer did not disclose the cost of the presented SSD models.