AORUS Gen4 5000E: GIGABYTE Introduces Its New NVMe SSD

GIGABYTE has made its new SSD official, the AORUS Gen4 5000E. It is a model that comes in two capacities of 500 GB and 1000 GB with 5000 MB / s of reading speed and 30% less in total energy consumption. This brand new SSD from the manufacturer has passed several comprehensive performance and stability tests to ensure users the most stable and best-performing SSD possible.

GIGABYTE introduces its new AORUS Gen4 5000E SSD

It is a model with which the firm continues to expand its catalog, offering quality products that meet the highest demands.

New SSD

The new GIGABYTE AORUS Gen4 5000E SSD is available in two capacity sizes, 1000GB and 500GB. Featuring PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe 1.4, 2280 M.2 design and select 3D TLC NAND flash, it provides transfer speeds of up to 1600MT/s and 5000MB/s with GIGABYTE R&D professional tuning. In addition, energy consumption has also been improved. In this case, it is 30% lower compared to previous-generation PCIe 4.0 SSDs. 

The company has also incorporated the Thermal Guard function in it. This feature, present on GIGABYTE motherboards as well, AORUS Gen4 5000E SSDs can unleash the maximum performance of PCIe Gen4 M.2 SSDs without any thermal throttling and deliver an ultra-fast, durable and low-temperature user experience. That way you know it’s going to maintain the best possible performance for longer.

This AORUS Gen4 5000E SSD has been verified through rigorous testing with GIGABYTE motherboards of various chipsets, including various heavy loads, high temperatures, and high-stress tests. Additionally, TRIM & SMART technology ensures stability and durability, while HMB (Host Memory Buffer) allows system memory to collaborate with SSD to optimize overall performance. The company has confirmed that it will be put up for sale soon.

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