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Posted 2 September 2023

2TB ADATA XPG Gammix S70 Blade M.2 NVMe SSD, TLC NAND, DRAM cache, PCIe Gen4 (PS5 compatible)

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DescriptionADATA XMP Gammix S70 Blade 2TB PCIe Gen4x4 M.2 2280 SSD
Take advantage of next generation storage performances with the cutting-edge technology on display with the ADATA XMP Gammix S70 2TB PCIe Gen4x4 M.2 2280 SSD (AGAMMIXS70B-2T-CS). Supporting the latest PCIe Gen 4×4 interface, as well as blazing fast read and write speeds of 7400MB/s and 6400MB/s respectively and an expansive 1TB storage capacity, the ADATA XMP Gammix S70 2TB PCIe Gen4x4 M.2 2280 SSD (AGAMMIXS70B-2T-CS) has been optimised to deliver ultra-responsive storage performances. The ADATA XMP Gammix S70 2TB PCIe Gen4x4 M.2 2280 SSD (AGAMMIXS70B-2T-CS) has also been augmented with a high-temperature resistant aluminium heatsink, which is capable of limiting temperatures by as much as 20%.

Next-generation storage
The ADATA XMP Gammix S70 2TB PCIe Gen4x4 M.2 2280 SSD (AGAMMIXS70B-2T-CS) offers full compatibility with the next-generation PlayStation 5 gaming platform. When your PS5 device is looking like it is reaching the extent of its native storage capabilities, the ADATA XMP Gammix S70 2TB PCIe Gen4x4 M.2 2280 SSD (AGAMMIXS70B-2T-CS) offers a simple and easy solution for keeping up with your growing library of gaming titles. Your PS5’s native storage will seem ancient when compared with the rapid 6100MB/s read speeds and smoother performances of the ADATA XMP Gammix S70 2TB PCIe Gen4x4 M.2 2280 SSD (AGAMMIXS70B-2T-CS).

R/W speed up to 7400MB/s | 6400MB/s
2TB Capacity
Ultra-fast PCIe Gen4x4 interface
NVME 1.4 Compliant
SLC Caching and DRAM cache buffer
Advanced LDPC ECC Technology
E2E Data Protection and RAID Engine
AES 256-bit encryption support
Compact M.2 2280 form factor

Drive Type Internal
Application Internal PC/Laptop, PS5
Capacity 2TB
Technology Type SSD
Drive Connection M.2
Drive Size M.2 2280
Speed Read 7400MB/s | Write 6400MB/s
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  1. Brutes's avatar
    I posted yesterday from Ebuyer /eBay for £80.xx.w/codebut then they pulled out from the listing within a minute.
    Then I had to delete it.. (edited)
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Yeah, annoying when that happens.
    Would have gone nuclear if they had enough stock me thinks, that was a superb price.
  2. Shock's avatar
    I know that these are all likely made my Biwin or what ever.. but these ADATA drives seem to have a lot more failures.. especially in PS5s.

    Have a look at Amazon reviews, out of 100s of reviews on Amazon, around 10% are 1* reviews saying that the drivers have failed, mostly in their PS5.

    And it's not just this ADATA one but other Adata one too. (Or even other BiWin OEM drivers)

    I'm aware Amazon reviews isn't a good methodology to use, but how come the WD or Corsair don't have the same ratio of 1* failed drive reviews?
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    Yeah, the issues affected Netac a lot too with the NV7000 (the same BiWin drive).
    They tended to be early revisions of the drive and it was related to the controller/firmware.

    From what I know the issue was resolved quite some time ago.
  3. shayman1992's avatar
    Hi mate, sorry to be a bother, I was just wondering if I can borrow your knowledge on NVME drives, I'm in the market for a 2tb NVME with TLC & DRAM Gen 3 or Gen 4, I'll be using it as a secondary drive in my PC for storing games and CAD work, what's the best Price-Performance drives out there right now, in you opinion ?

    It's not letting me private message you for some reason
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