Seagate ZP4000GM3A013 FireCuda 530 4TB NVMe M.2 2280 Solid State Drive Review
Blistering performance and unrivaled endurance
This ZP4000GM3A013 Seagate FireCuda 530 4TB Internal SSD delivering pure performance, absolute power, the most advanced components, and unrivaled endurance. The FireCuda 530 SSD is designed to perform under heavy use and tough enough togo the distance – up to 5100TB TBW means you can write and delete 70% of the drive capacity, every day, for five years.
The FireCuda 530 delivers read and write speeds up to 7300 and 6900 MB/s, respectively. Furthermore, this drive supports S.M.A.R.T. and TRIM functions for automatically optimized performance. Capable of 5100TB TBW, this drive is built for durable everyday performance.
FireCuda 530 dominates the SSD lineup—delivering pure performance, absolute power, the most advanced components, and unrivaled endurance.
At up to 7,300MB/s you can harness the full power of PCIe Gen4 speeds to dominate next-generation games and applications.
Built with a Seagate-validated E18 controller and the latest 3D TLC NAND, FireCuda 530 provides the most advanced speed and durability so you can push the limits of your machine.
Designed to perform under heavy use and tough enough to go the distance—up to 5100TB TBW means you can write and delete 70% of the drive capacity, every day, for five years.
Graphics-intensive games and big files are no problem with up to 4TB capacities to keep your gaming library at your fingertips and your creative content rendering.
ZP4000GM3A013 Technical Specifications:
|SSD series||FireCuda 530|
|Product Type||Solid State Drive|
|Form Factor||M.2 2280|
|Storage Capacity||4 TB|
|Flash Memory Technology||NVMe|
|Maximum Write Speed||up to 6900 MB/s|
|Maximum Read Speed||up to 7300 MB/s|
|Drive Interface||PCIe 3.0 x4|
ZP4000GM3A013 Key Features:
- TBW: 5100TB
- PCIe 4.0 x4 Interface
- Rescue Data Recovery
- 3D TLC NAND Memory
- S.M.A.R.T. & TRIM Support
- M.2 2280 NVMe Form Factor
- Designed for Gaming & Content Creation
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