Einleitung & Datenblatt

Einleitung
Herkömmliche SATA-SSDs erfreuen sich, dank sinkender Preise, einer immer größeren Beliebtheit. Ganz anders sieht es bei M.2/PCIe-SSDs mit NVMe-Unterstützung aus. Nun möchte Hersteller Drevo mit einer neuen Mainstream-Serie (Ares) für frischen Wind sorgen. Wir durften das Modell Drevo Ares 256GB PCIe auf den Prüfstand schicken. Über Drevo
The story goes back to 2004, we as hardcore gamers started to share our expertise in building powerful rigs, and then decided to open an eBay store that sells the most advanced parts with incredible affordability. After endless hard work, in 2015, in order to render a better shopping experience and more stylish electronics products, we concurrently founded the DREVO Brand and our own online store ArmYourDesk.
Datenblatt
• PCIe Interface: Next gen interface pushes the overall performance to another level. Read up to 1400MB/S, Write up to 600MB/S.
• MLC Flash: Provides stable and fast operating experience with much longer lifetime. TBW: 350TB.
• Ultimate Enjoyment: Help users get the fastest computing experience without a second of lag, freeze and stutter. Read 4k IOPS up to 100k, Write 4k IOPS up to 150k.
• Bonus Features: Uses independent capacitors to secure data when lose power, aluminum alloy for better heat dissipation and blue breathing effect for desk setup.
Preis: 150 Euro (Stand: 11.12.2017)
Testsystem
• Mainboard: ASUS ROG Strix X99 Gaming • Prozessor: Intel Core i7-5960X Extreme Edition @ 8x 4.0 GHz • Arbeitsspeicher: Corsair Vengeance LPX DIMM Kit 32GB, DDR4-2800 • Grafikkarte: 2x EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 SC Gaming ACX 3.0 • Prozessorkühler: Alpenföhn Olymp • Netzteil: Seasonic Snow Silent 1050W • Soundkarte: Creative Sound Blaster Z • Gehäuse: Corsair Graphite Series 760T • Laufwerke: Samsung Blu-ray DVD-/RW • Betriebssystem: Windows 10 Home 64-Bit • Peripherie: Razer DeathAdder Chroma, Razer BlackWidow Ultimate Chroma und Astro Gaming A40 Headset • Monitor: ASUS MG279Q • Zimmertemperatur: ca. 21°C

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