The VP4300 series of M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD drives are represented under the brand name Viper Gaming, owned by Patriot Memory. It includes 1TB and 2TB SSDs. PCIe M.2 Gen 4 drives use Innogrit IG5236 controller and 3D TLC NAND flash memory.
Both Patriot Viper SSD models offer sequential read speeds of up to 7400 MB/s. The 1 TB model writes data at speeds up to 5500 MB/s, and the 2TB model writes data at speeds up to 6800 MB/s. The performance on random access operations reaches 800,000 IOPS, although the source does not specify which model and which mode this value corresponds to.
The complete set of the Patriot SSD is interesting. It includes thin graphene-coated copper heatshields on the side in contact with the chips and a thicker aluminum heat sink. However, the SSD does not come with any cooling media initially, so it can be used without them or with the heatsink that came with the motherboard.
It is built with a cutting-edge PCIe Gen4 x4 NVMe controller so is pushing expectations with incredibly high-speed Read and Write transfers, perfect for all tech enthusiasts. By providing superior reliability across data-heavy tasks and intense action-packed games, the VP4300 is the optimal choice for hardcore gamers.
The VP4300 solid state drive is perfect for a compact build and slim fit for high-performance PC solutions while maintaining its multifunctional capabilities. It also includes Advance Flash Management and multi-features while advancing current market speeds.
The Patriot Viper Gaming VP4300 M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD drives are now available to buy on Amazon.com at $224.99 for 1TB and $449.99 for the 2TB model. It is known that the Patriot Memory manufacturer provides a five-year warranty on the drives.
Last month, Samsung has also introduced the SSD 980 is the first NVMe SSD for PC from Samsung that completely dispenses with DRAM. The manufacturer wants to lower the price, while the supposed disadvantages of the missing DRAM is to be compensated by the host memory buffer technology (HMB).