After having broken the speed record for RAM, Adata continues with his foot on the accelerator. Your new M.2 format SSD with RGB lights could become the fastest solid state drive on the market. It is called XPG Spectrix S40G RGB, and thanks to the NVMe interface, which improves the SATA transfer specifications, it is possible to offer sequential read and write speeds of 3500 MB / s and 3000 MB / s, respectively.
Interestingly, the M.2 SSD market with RGB is still a little barren, and that, in full 2019, is something shocking. Most units of this class follow the SATA interface and stay in the PCIe format. At the level of raw specifications, it is on par with the Samsung 970 Evo Plus, one of the most admired units in the market. On the other hand, the added speed increases the price:
Adata wants to focus on these SSDs to the gamer market, obviously, although they have a different kind of lights, they have little to offer that they do not have other units with better performance relationships-price. They are not available, but they come at a more reasonable price when they do.