MSI First GAMING SSD Released: PCIe 4.0 With a Maximum Capacity of 4TB


MSI First GAMING SSD released on January 14. This product uses PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe protocol and can provide a continuous read speed of up to 7000MB/s and a continuous write speed of 6900MB/s. In addition, the product also provides a maximum capacity of 4TB to choose from, and the flash memory uses TLC particles.

The surface of the MSI First GAMING SSD is covered with a large area of ​​heat sink, and the back of the SSD is also fixed by a metal backplane, similar to a graphics card. This not only ensures the strength of the product, but also facilitates heat dissipation. According to the official, the mean time between failures of the new hard drives can reach 1.6 million hours and provide end-to-end data protection.

Many manufacturers choose to commission other SSD manufacturers to produce solid state drives. This product is very similar to the new “Ghost Tree” product recently released by Kingston in terms of parameters. This hard drive also has a maximum capacity of 4TB and a maximum read speed of 7000MB/s. According to foreign media PCMag news, MSI did not respond to whether this product is the same hard drive as Kingston Ghost Tree.

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