After unveiling its flagship SSD, the XPG GAMMIX S11 Pro, ADATA also announced its little brother, the SX6000 Lite, an SSD that shares PCIe 3.0 x4 / M.2 2280 / NVMe 1.3 interface, although with a somewhat slower memory thinking of those users who want a SSD at a good price while accelerating the entire operating system, games and applications.
In this way, the ADATA SX6000 Lite will also be available in capacities that start at 256 GB until reaching 1 TB, although at sequential speeds that reach 1800/1200 MB / s of reading and writing respectively, while reading and random 4K writing stays at 220,000 / 200,000 IOPS Like its older brother, it uses the LDPC error correction technology to detect and correct a wide range of data errors for more reliable data transfers and provide a longer product life.
Unlike the top-of-the-range model, it has no heatsink, which allows it to be used in UltraBooks, laptops or desktops of very compact size. Neither its availability nor price was announced. Exact availability of the ADATA SX6000 Lite SSDs may vary by region. To find out about availability and prices in specific markets, please contact your nearest ADATA office or XPG retailer.