The Usual Suspects, A Phison E18 And 96-Layer 3D Micron TLC
Check out the heatsink on the Gigabyte Aorus 7000s, excellent for an M.2 slot which didn’t include a heatspreader or you possibly can pop it off in case your motherboard got here with a heatspreader you favor. Underneath the aluminium heatspreader lies a Phison PS5018-E1 controller paired with 2GB of DDR4 for cache and 2TB of Micron’s 96 layer TLC in 256GB packages.
According to the bundle the drive ought to present as much as 7,000MB/s sequential learn, 6,850MB/s writes, nevertheless in some benchmarks the drive fell a bit in need of that, as an illustration in ATTO Kitguru measured 6,820MB/s for reads and 6,440MB/s writes. The drive is roofed by a restricted 5 12 months guarantee, or 1400TBW; whichever comes first.
If you want much more cooling, the 7000s ‘Prem.’ model has a bigger heatspreader which comprises twin heatpipes and provides round 12mm to the size of the drive and 33.3mm to the peak.