An RGB SSD crawled out of the Patriot’s workshop

The Viper VPR400 not only looks good, but is also a modern solution in terms of its interface.

Patriot is adding another SSD to its Viper series, with an interface based on PCIe 4.0, x4 and a format that can be inserted into M.2-2280 sockets.


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In terms of speed, though Viper VPR400 it will not be the best solution on the market, as the 3D NAND chips controlled by the Innogrit IG5220 controller will reach a maximum speed of 4600 and 4400 MB / s at best during sequential reading and writing, but this will hopefully be able to last longer, thanks to an aluminum heat sink applied to the top of the hardware.


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The black component not only improves the performance, but also the appearance, as we also find RGB LEDs built into the grooves in the ribs, the lights of which can be controlled by software.

With regard to the launch of SSDs with 400 and 800 TBW, available in 512 GB and 1 TB capacities, the manufacturer has only said that it is expected to be available by the end of the month, with a 5-year manufacturer’s warranty. however, the amounts to be included in the price tags are still obscure.


Source: Hírek és cikkek – PROHARDVER! by prohardver.hu.

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