Why is it that HOF PRO M.2 will not be out of date for another five years?
By Georges Mesnikoff 2020-02-20 1706 22
However, affected by the main control channel, particle quality and technology updates and other factors, different brands of NVMe M.2 SSD vary in performance, and with the passage of time, there will always be a better performance than the other. "No fastest, only faster" has thus become a true portrayal of the development of SSD.
However, this situation has been at a standstill since the middle of this year, and the reason may be guessed that it is PCIe4.0! In 2019, PCIe4.0 was put into application, and several SSD manufacturers led by Yingchi launched PCIe4.0 SSD, so that we can really experience the charm of PCIe4.0.
Continuously read 5000MB PCIe4.0 SSD s and write 4400MB amp s continuously. This is the performance of Yingchi's first PCIe4.0 SSD-HOF PRO M.2, which is much faster than the fastest PCIe3.0 SSD at present.
We are not surprised that the performance of, HOF PRO M.2 has not been surpassed after half a year since its release, and even in this time span, we can boldly extend it to five years later.
Why? This is closely related to its product form and industry status.
The popularity of PCIe4.0.
So far, only the AMD platform supports the PCIe4.0,Intel platform is still in a motionless state. According to the assessment of industry insiders, it is estimated that it will take 2 to 3 years for the Intel platform to join the PCIe4.0 and really become popular. This also means that, HOF PRO M.2 will strongly maintain its advantage for at least 2-3 years.
The Development of M.2 Interface.
M.2 interface has the advantages of high speed and small footprint, which accords with the development trend of DIY hardware miniaturization, and is also an ideal interface for the development of high-performance SSD. Since the beginning of this year, we can also see that the new products released by SSD manufacturers are focused on M.2 SSD, which shows that the market is generally more optimistic about the development prospect of M.2 interface, and M.2 SSD will also replace SATA SSD to become the mainstream in the market.
PCIe4.0 is backward compatible with PCIe3.0.
PCIe4.0 backward compatibility with PCIe3.0, means that even if your platform does not support PCIe4.0,HOF PRO M.2, it is compatible with PCIe3.0, with PCIe3.0 x 4 (8-channel) high-speed bandwidth to demonstrate strong read and write performance.
From the day of its birth, the Hall of Fame series has written luxurious materials into its own development concept. SSD, particles are valuable, so HOF PRO M.2 uses Toshiba 3D NAND particles to ensure a high-speed and stable reading and writing experience for users for quite a long time in the future.
The HOF series offers a five-year warranty.
Compared with the three-year warranty offered by most SSD brands on the market, Yingchi has extended the warranty life of the HOF series SSD to five years and supports individual insurance. Behind this move, it is difficult to support without reliable product quality.
The strong reading and writing performance and the development trend of PCIe4.0 enable HOF PRO M.2 to maintain a great advantage in the next few years. For users, starting with HOF PRO M.2 now, even if the platform does not support PCIe4.0, it can still make use of the high-speed bandwidth of PCI3.0 to provide high-speed reading and writing. When PCIe4.0 becomes popular in the future, it can also provide stronger performance through PCIe4.0. Both PCIe3.0 and PCIe4.0, can give you a rapid experience across two generations. So wouldn't it be a pleasure to start now!
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