Seagate Technology announced the introduction of new SATA-based FireCuda 120 SSDs that is specifically designed for gamers. This new Seagate SSD is a durable, and generous capacity to reach their peak performance and safeguard their vast digital libraries.
Seagate FireCuda 120 SSDs are characterized by sequential read/write speeds of up to 560/540MB/s. This allows you to speed up the process of downloading data, installing games and programs, as well as working in multitasking mode.
With the Seagate 4TB capacity, its highest capacity gaming SSD yet. Meeting the demands of sustained abuse, the FireCuda 120 was built for durability, delivering a 1.8M hour MTBF and up to 5600 TBW.
Price and availability
Seagate FireCuda 120 is available in several versions with a maximum capacity of up to 4TB. With capacities of Seagate 4TB priced at $650.99, 2TB at $388.49, 1TB at $199.49 and 500GB at $104.99, and is available to buy at the Amazon.com store with a five-year limited warranty.
Back in March, Seagate Technology has launched a high-performance solid-state drive for multi-tenant NAS environments. The M.2 PCIe SSD Seagate drive has been designed to increase the speed of data access and is called Seagate IronWolf 510. This is an M.2 size drive with a PCIe Gen3 x4 interface that supports the NVMe protocol, and pricing starts from $119.99.