ADATA Swordfish Overview
Both of these drives are 80mm long, so you shouldn’t have an issue fitting them in your motherboard. Starting with the Swordfish it has a small heatspreader on top of it which is silver and sort of has a fish scale design on it with a small ADATA logo.
Flipping over to the back we can see that the drive is single-sided. There is a sticker on the back that lets us know the capacity and has our relevant serial numbers. For those wondering the Swordfish make use of the Realtek RTS5763DL 4-channel flash controller as well as 96-layer 3D TLC NAND.
Moving on to the Falcon, it has a gold heatspreader on it with lines going across it and an ADATA logo.
Much like the Swordfish the Falcon is single-sided. It is also powered by a Realtek controller (RTS5762DL) and uses 96-layer 3D TLC NAND.