Patriot offers SSD drive with 4th generation PCIe interface and 5GB/s speed


Patriot offers SSD drive with 4th generation PCIe interface and 5GB/s speed

Patriot offers SSD drive with 4th generation PCIe interface and 5GB/s speed

Patriot’s gaming division officially introduced the company’s first SSD drive with PCIe 4 interface several weeks ahead of schedule. The Viper VP4100 SSD storage drive uses a memory controller called the PS5016-E16, which indicates a competitive product. However, due to the use of proprietary firmware, it will be slightly different from other E16 memories.

1 and 2TB VP4100 drives using PS5016-E16 controller and 3D TLC NAND memory chips in the category of drives with sequential read speed up to 5000MB/s and sequential write speed up to 4400MB/s and The maximum random read or write speed is 800,000 operations per second (IOPS). Although the sequential write speed of the VP4100 drive is 100MB/s lower than similar drives with the same controller, this drive is capable of performing 50,000 more random read or write operations per second, which is a reasonable engineering trade-off; Because random read/write speed has a great impact on the end user experience.

Random Read Speed

Patriot Viper VP4100 SSD
Capacity 1 TB 2 TB
Model VP4100-1TBM28H VP4100-2TBM28H
Controller Phison PS5016-E16 (PCIe 4.0 x4)
NAND Flash 3D TLC NAND
Form factor, Interface M.2-2280, PCIe 4.0 x4, NVMe 1.3
reading speed Consecutive 5000MB/s
Sequential write speed 4400MB/s
800,000IOPS
Random write speed 800,000IOPS
Pseudo-SLC Caching Capability has
DRAM buffer 1GB 2GB
TCG Opal encryption No
power management Unspecified
Warranty 5 years old
MTBF index (useful life based on operating hours) undefined
TBW index (useful life based on working volume) 1800 terabytes 3600 terabytes
price $400 $600

manufacturer to ensure stable operation of VP4100 In high working pressure, it is also equipped with a thermal sensor and an aluminum cooling sink.

The Patriot Viper VP4100 SSD drive is covered by a 5-year warranty and will be available in the near future. The price tag of the 1TB model will be $400 and the 2TB model will be $600.

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