Seagate FireCuda 530, 1 TB, Internal Solid State Drive - M.2 PCIe Gen4 ×4 NVMe 1.4, transfer speeds up to 7300 MB/s, 3D TLC NAND, 1275 TBW, Heatsink, 3 year Rescue Services (ZP1000GM3A023)
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Közösségi hálók sütijei Ezek a sütik lehetővé teszik számunkra, hogy kényelmesen összekapcsoljuk Önt a közösségi média profiljával, és például lehetővé teszik, hogy termékeket és szolgáltatásokat osszon meg barátaival és családtagjaival. Endurance Unleashed: 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. With an impressive performance of up to 7,300 MB/s - utilise the full power of PCIe Gen4 speeds to dominate next-generation games and apps. The Seagate Firecuda 530 Heatsink is the fastest FireCuda SSD ever built for the ultimate in sustained, pro-level gaming and accelerated content creation — with transfer speeds up to 2x faster than PCIe Gen3 M.2 NVMe SSDs and 12x faster than SATA SSDs. One major unique feature of the Seagate Firecuda 530 Heatsink is its compatibility with Playstation 5 consolesand meets PS5 specs on performance and dimensions. the FireCuda with heatsink combo makes for an easy drop-in expansion solution with no additional parts needed. Efficient Cooling System
Seagate FireCuda 530 Heatsink review: A blazing [UPDATED] Seagate FireCuda 530 Heatsink review: A blazing
PapaCrazy said:More performance than Samsung Pro with twice the endurance and the same 5 year warranty? Nanoleaf’s latest smart lighting products are Matter compatible, partners with Umbra October 29, 2023The Seagate FireCuda 530 Heatsink M.2 SSD (ZP4000GM30023) we reviewed has the following features and specifications:
Seagate FireCuda 530 SSD PS5 Review – When Onboard Storage Seagate FireCuda 530 SSD PS5 Review – When Onboard Storage
Storage Expansion for PS5™: The FireCuda 530 heatsink is compatible with PS5 consoles and meets PS5 specs on performance and dimensions for an easy drop-in expansion solution with no additional parts needed. Speed Reigns: FireCuda 530 dominates the SSD lineup—delivering pure performance, absolute power, the most advanced components, and unrivaled endurance. All in all, if you’re in need of extra storage space and want the peace of mind that comes with quality and performance that you know is going to work, the Seagate FireCuda 530 is a great SSD expansion option for PS5 players. Quite simply, it works, and for most console players who want simplicity and consistency, that’s all you can ask for.
As far as reliability and endurance are concerned, Seagate mentions that the FireCuda 530 Heatsink PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD can sustain:
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Firing up God of War while installed on the internal SSD took 26.79 seconds to hit the loading screen. Pressing continue, and it took a total of 49.76 seconds before we could play the game. When installed on the FireCuda 530, it was a little bit faster taking 23.76 seconds to hit the main screen and a total of 43.60 seconds before it was playable. While not exactly 15% faster, loading to the main screen was about 12% faster and it was playable 14% faster loading off the FireCuda 530. Sure, we’re talking 3 to 6 seconds faster here, but load times would also be reduced between deaths, loading screens, and the like. Over time, it definitely adds up bit by bit. For testing purposes, we loaded up God of War on the internal drive and tested the times to load to the main screen, paused the timer, then continued the timer for the total time it took to load into the game once we pressed continue. After that, we moved the game to the FireCuda 530 and performed the load test again. In case you were curious, it took the system 1 minute and 41 seconds to move 130.2GB of data (both God of War and God of War Ragnarök). Not too shabby. After two (out of eight) Seagate FireCuda 520 2TB fails less than 10 months, I had swear to myself not buy their product again. Yes they replace the broken SSDs because its under warranty, but the lost data on the SSDs are irreplaceable and cost me few contracts and projects, not counting the intangible losses.You don't have permission to access "http://www.very.co.uk/seagate-1tb-firecuda-530-ekwb-heatsink-m2-gen-4-nvme-ssd/1600650546.prd" on this server.