Introducing the Silicon Power 512GB PCIe Gen 3 SSD
Budget gaming can be tough for newcomers to the PC world. When it comes to storage there is no shortage of choices, and even those choices depend on how you’ll use the drive. Do you get the legacy disk drives that support the highest amounts of storage but lead to slow boot times? An SSD would help those boot times out, but we live in a more modern era. With PCIe 3.0 NVMe M.2s, boot times feel like milliseconds, and companies like Silicon Power have introduced their M.2 SSD into the competition.
Silicon Power 512GB PCIe Gen 3 SSD Specifications
The P34A80 PCIe M.2 supports 3DNand NVMe 1.3 and comes in 2280 (22mm wide and 80 mm long). 3DN, and in simple terms, is a flash memory stacking process used to save space and cost while still achieving high capacity. NVMe 1.3 is a logical device interface for how to access that 3DNand Memory using low latency, so your speeds are in the GB/s for read and writes.