Includes SSD ToolBox Software
addlink M.2 PCIe SSD Toolbox is a software offer an easy way to analyze and manage your drive. With addlink M.2 SSD Toolbox you will be able to:
View drive information exp: general SPEC, firmware version
Scan and diagnostic drive Health
Check drive identify device command
Monitor SMART Status
Run secure erase
S70 GEN3X4 NVMe
addlink S70 SSD aims at high-end applications, such as digital audio/video production, gaming, and enterprise use, which require constant processing heavy workloads with no system lags or slowdowns of any kind. Powered by 3D NAND flash memory, the S70 gives you not only fast transfer speeds but unmatched reliability.
Exceptional Performance with 3D NAND
3D NAND is developed to break through density limitations of the 2D planar NAND, and thus can deliver a greater level of performance and endurance. addlink's S70 M.2 PCIe follows NVMe and utilizes the PCIe Gen3 x 4 interface, meaning four lanes are used for transmitting and receiving data simultaneously, resulting in compelling performance of Read/Write up to 3500/3000MB/s*.and random Read/Write 510K/500K IOPS.
Better endurance, aim at high-end applications
Experience the unprecedented performance for heavy workloads and engineering applications with the highly reliable S70 SSD, available in high capacity up to 2TB with high endurance up to 1600TBW. The S70 boasts a cutting-edge 3D NAND-based architecture that delivers the next-generation performance in a compact M.2 form factor.
Higher reliability with NVMe1.3 & PCIe certified
addlink S70 M.2 SSD is engineered with a RAID engine and LDPC (Low-Density Parity Check) coding, a powerful ECC algorithm, to keep data secure. Manufactured with high-quality flash chips, and engineered dynamic thermal throttling mechanism, the S70 guarantees superior endurance and stability for high-end applications.
S70 builds in M.2 2280 form factor and is the ideal for thin, light notebooks & in systems with limited space. Multi-purpose SFF connector replaces small mSATA & mini-PCIe slots.
*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.