Regarding SSDs, CFD Gaming is one of the first companies to offer speeds of 10 GB/s. Sequential read speeds of up to 10 GB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 9.5 GB/s will be available on their next-generation storage based on the NVMe 2.0 specification and configured with a PCIe Gen5 interface. The SSDs are predicated on PHISON ELECTRONICS PS5026-E26 and use Micron’s 3D TLC NAND flash technology.
Each new SSDs has a large heatsink and a tiny fan perched to keep it cool. That means the heat is under control, and the battery can deliver the promised speed. The company also guarantees that their SSDs use thermal paste and no thermal pads. As more storage solutions adopt PCIe 5.0, this change may become standard.
Three sizes will be available in the PG5NFZ SSD lineup, each with a different amount of onboard DDR4 memory (from 2GB up to 8GB) and different clock speeds. CFD Gaming claims that while 1TB and 4TB options are still unavailable, the 2TB storage will be available for purchase in the month of November.
Via CFD Gaming