Samsung 990 PRO flagship SSD adopts PASCAL master control

Samsung 990 PRO series flagship solid-state hard drive has been listed in China, 1TB version 1099 yuan, 2TB version 2299 yuan. Samsung released an article today detailing the SSD. The Samsung 990 PRO uses Samsung's self-developed "PASCAL" main control chip, an 8-nanometer low-power architecture, and the flash memory is Samsung's seventh-generation V-NAND 3bit MLC particles. In addition, this series of SSDs adopts TurboWrite2.0 technology, which greatly increases the SLC cache space, and the 2TB capacity version can reach up to 226GB. The operating current of the 990 PRO is reduced to 2.2A, compared to 2.9A for the 980 PRO. In terms of power efficiency, the performance per watt of the 990 PRO is 50% higher than that of the 980 PRO.

In August this year, Samsung officially released the 990 PRO PCIe 4.0 SSD. According to Samsung's official introduction, the Samsung 990 PRO series products Samsung uses the new V-NAND technology and the newly launched self-developed controller, which can provide ultra-high speed in the PCIe 4.0 interface. This SSD offers sequential read and write speeds of up to 7,450 MB/s and 6,900MB/s, and random read and write speeds of up to 1,400K and 1,550K IOPS, respectively. Compared with the 980 PRO, the random read and write performance of the 990 PRO has increased by 55%.

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