Ying Chi made a bold attempt to get the RGB lamp to M.2.SSDOn top, there is Gamer M.2 RGB SSD, which is quite bold in design. It is covered with a thick red radiator, under which is the light guide.
This SSD has 240GB and 480GB capacity. We have 240GB version on hand. The maximum continuous reading and writing speed is 1700/1000MB/s. It belongs to the mainstream level.
Looking from the side, SSD radiator is divided into three layers, red shell, black radiator and thick heat conduction paste. Under the shell is SSD's light guide and light control circuit. Here is a data line to transmit light signals.
The black one is the heat sink. Many fins are made on it to enhance the heat dissipation performance, which can effectively reduce the working temperature of SSD and ensure the stability of SSD.
The main control of Gamer M.2 RGB SSD is E12C of group connection, and flash memory is self-sealed.Toshiba3D TLC, and a DDR3 cache of Jinghao.
In terms of performance, the continuous reading and writing speed measured by CDM is 1748/1055 MB/s.4KRandom reading and writing speed is 50/152 MB/s, PCMark 8 score is 5080, as the mainstream product performance is still possible. RGB lamp is its biggest selling point. Nowadays few M.2 SSDs have RGB lamp, and Yinchi can adjust the lighting effect through its own Aurora Sync software. There are nine kinds of lamp effect options.
The price of this SSD is 339 yuan, and the price of 480GB version is 439 yuan. It's a good choice if you want a unique M.2 SSD or if you are keen on RGB lights.