ADATA’s high-end gaming brand XPG has just launched the XPG ATOM 30/40/50 series of solid-state hard drives for creators with different budget needs . Among them, the ATOM 30/40 series adopts PCIe 3.0 x4 main control that supports NVMe 1.3 protocol, the sequential read and write reaches 2500/2000 and 3500/3000 MB/s respectively, and it is compatible with the latest Intel / AMD PC and desktop / laptop computers platform.
For players with higher performance needs, you can also choose the ATOM 50 series. It adopts PCIe 4.0 x4 main control that supports NVMe 1.4 protocol, and the sequential read and write can reach 5000 and 4500 MB/s.
Among them, ADATA XPG ATOM series 30/40/50 solid state drives will be available in retail channels such as Amazon. The 250GB / 500GB / 1TB version of ATOM 30 is priced at 59.99 / 79.99 / 139.99 US dollars (about 384/512/895 RMB).
The 512GB / 1TB version of ATOM 40 is 99.99 / 179.99 US dollars (approximately 640/1151 RMB), and the 512GB / 1TB version of ATOM 50 is 119.99 / 179.99 US dollars (approximately 767/1151 RMB).
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