addlink Gaming Series
H90 GEN4X4 NVMe
addlink H90 GEN4x4 NVMe SSD provides extreme storage performance, using Gen4 PCIe technology toachieve blazing fast sequential read speeds of up to 5000MB/s, delivering up to 10X the sequential read/write speeds of some SATA SSDs. What's more, it features a premium heatsink for excellent heat dissipation which reduces the SSD’s temp. by 10 degree cooler. The H90 provides an ideal mix of performance, endurance, and value to keep your drive performing at its best for years, with outstanding longevity up to 3,600TB Written.
Lightening speed with 3D NAND
As a PCIe 4.0 SSD, the H90 delivers incredible storage performance, delivering up to 10 times the sequential read and sequential write speeds of some SATA SSDs and up to 50 times the speed of some traditional HDDs. The H90 is also fully backwards compatible with current PCIe 3.0 platforms
Premium heatsink with superior cooling
Compared with a traditional M.2 heat spreader, the H90 new efficient heat spreaders with add more surface area which improve thermal transfer from heating sources to obtain thermal balance sooner. Moreover, Optimized fin array design does great heat exchange with any direction of air flow. The unique design make sure key components of PCIe 4.0 SSD to keep suitable working temperature under ultra high transfer rate.
Heat-conducting silica gel pad
3D NAND M.2 PCIe
Pursuit of efficiency with
M.2 2280 form factor
The H90 is equipped with SLC caching, a DRAM cache buffer, and features sustained read/write speeds of up to 5000/4250MB per second, random read/write speed of up to 750K/700K IOPS.
aim at high-end applications
Experience the unprecedented performance for heavy workloads and engineering applications with the highly reliable H90 SSD, available in high capacity up to 2TB with high endurance up to 3600TBW. The H90 boasts a cutting-edge 3D NAND-based architecture that delivers the next-generation performance in a compact M.2 form factor.
*According to addlink inside test by CrystalDiskMark software, read and write speed depend on the device, interface, usage and other factors so that actual performance may be lower.