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ADATA Launches its LEGEND Series of PCIe M.2 2280 SSDs

ADATA has announced the launch of a brand new series of solid state drives (SSD), the ADATA LEGEND series, geared toward creators of different needs and budgets. The models released as part of the new series include the ADATA LEGEND 740, 750, and 840.

ADATA LEGEND Series PCIe M.2 2280 SSDs

The LEGEND 740 and 750 utilize PCIe Gen3 x4 and NVMe 1.3 to deliver sequential read and write speeds of up to 2,500/2,000 and 3,500/3,000 MB per second, respectively, to give creators the performance they need to create without limitations. Their M.2 2280 specifications support the latest Intel and AMD platforms for creating on the latest PCs, including desktops and laptops. For users seeking a further boost, the LEGEND 840 takes advantage of PCIe Gen4 x4 and NVMe 1.4 to offer read and write speeds of up to 5,000/4,500 MB per second.

Features

Seamless Productivity
The LEGEND 740, 750, and 840 are equipped with SLC Caching and Host Memory Buffer technology for seamless productivity. This gives them 4K random read-write speeds of up to 180K/200K, 480K/260K, and 440K/400K IOPS, respectively. In way of capacity, the LEGEND series comes with up to 1 TB of capacity.

Protected, Accurate, and Reliable
All three SSDs are equipped with understated but elegant heat sinks with sleek side trimmings. The heat sinks not only look great but also help keep temperatures down by 15% for optimal performance and stability. With Low-Density Parity Check Code and AES 256-bit encryption, the SSDs ensure accurate data transmissions and offer robust security. LEGEND series SSDs use only high-quality ICs that have been rigorously tested for maximum durability. For further peace of mind, they come backed by a 5-year warranty.

Play Hard Too
The LEGEND 840 can also be installed on a PS5 as a secondary drive, giving users more storage space and smoother game loading

Where Can I Learn More?

While ADATA has confirmed that their new ‘LEGEND’ SSD models should arrive with retailers imminently, at the time of writing, they have not confirmed what sort of prices consumers should expect. – If you do, however, want to learn more, you can check out the official product website via the link here!

What do you think? – Let us know in the comments!

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