X70 GEN3X4 NVMe

addlink X70 is our fastest SSD to date. The X70 is covered by a slim and a eye-catching heatsink which reduces the SSD's temperatures by up to 25% cooler for excellent cooling. With 3D NAND, a DRAM Cache Buffer and LDPC ECC technologies, it maintains high speeds and data integrity during even the most intense gaming, rendering, overclocking, and other high demand applications.

Lightning speed PCIe Gen3x4

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 up to 3400MB/s read and 2500MB/s write*. 

The latest 3D NAND technology

3D NAND flash is a type of flash memory in which the memory cells are stacked vertically in multiple layers. 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.

Superior cooling with RGB lighting

addlink S70 consists of a PCB, fan, and aluminum heatsink. Combined, the fan and heatsink drop typical temps by at least 25% compared to bare M.2 SSDs, with some scenarios seeing even larger heat reduction.

addlink X70 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 X70 guarantees superior endurance and stability for high-end applications.

Better endurance, higher reliability

NVMe & PCIe certified

NVMe is a host controller interface standard designed to address the needs of enterprise and client applications that utilize PCI Express-based solid-state storage. PCIe is a much faster interface than SATA for connecting a host computer to solid-state storage devices over one or more lanes consisting of one transmit and one receive serial interface in each lane. 

Specifications

*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.