ADATA Showcases NVMe SSD Performance, Variation & a Gamers SSD – Computex 2017 Update

SX6000NP AND SX7000N

Next up, we have the SX6000NP with the Realtek RTS5760 PCIe Gen 3 x 2 controller and the SX7000NP which relies on the SMI SM2260 NVme controller.  

ADATA XPG SX6000NP

We can see the trade off from 4 lane to 2 lane transfer brings performance down significantly, with the SX6000NP having speeds of 845MB/s read and write while the SMI solution atleast brings us in the area of 1800MB/s and has a great low 4k random write score of 281MB/s. 

ADATA SX6000NP SX7000NP Comparison

We can also see that, while the Realtek solution has little in the way of advanced features, the SMI solution has LDPCC ECC Engine, Data Shaping and supports RAID engine.

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