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Plextor Unveils Newest NVMe PCIe SSDs – Introducing The Latest M9Pe Series!
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Plextor Unveils Newest NVMe PCIe SSDs – Introducing The Latest M9Pe Series!

by Raja IdrisJanuary 4, 2018
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Plextor has announce the launch of their latest NVMe PCIe SSD, the M9Pe Series which is aimed at high-level PC gaming.Introducing the M9PeY, M9PeG, and MP9eGN.

Plextor M9Pe Series

Plextor M9PeY

The latest addition from Plextor are based on 3D NAND flash memory. They are offering three storage capacities’ 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB variants with HHHL (Half Height Half Length) AIC and M.2 form factor. Dedicated for PC gaming, especially eSports, the M9Pe series’ components ought to deliver less lags and 20% boot up times to your standard SATA drive.

According to Plextor, the M9Pe drives offer better performance by reducing lag times and boost the read and write speeds up to 3000 MB/s and 2100MB/s respectively. In terms of the IOPS, the performance values are 400K for read and 300K for write in the 1TB model.

Plextor M9PeG

In addition, the new M9Pe (HHHL/AIC version only) features a new design with its programmable 3-mode RGB LED lights to showcase on any desktop gaming setup. It also features a high-performing thermal heatsink to help regulate SSD temperatures during those prolonged gaming sessions for a stabilized performance, albeit only for the M9PeY and M9PeG.

Plextor M9PeGN

 

The M9Pe series is the successor to the 15nm MLC-based M8Pe, which was their first NVMe SSD. This sees a trend from across most SSD vendors as they transition to 64L 3D NAND.

Plextor M9Pe Chart

It offers guaranteed MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) of no less than 1.5 million hours. Warranty wise, it has a 5-year service warranty, giving a buyers a peace of mind.

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Raja Idris
The name's King, Kingky King. Likes to keep it simple and straightforward. A person who games regardless of what platform. Need value for money performance? Get AMD.

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