S3 + SSD M.2 NVMe ™ PCIe RGB
The NVMe S3 + ® DRAGONHEART SSD offers extreme performance to gaming enthusiasts and all those users looking for a high performance solution to assemble or upgrade their PC. Thanks to its impressive performance, the DRAGONHEART SSD is second to none and is capable of giving gaming users an unprecedented gaming experience. The compact M.2 format offers greater flexibility, increasing storage while saving physical space.
A high-performance Gaming PC cannot do without an equally high-performance storage compartment. The DRAGONHEART series was created for users who do not accept compromises and seek the best. S3 + ® combines speed and style in a single product, with a glamorous looking, four-channel PCIe Gen 3 NVMe ™ SSD that will satisfy the most demanding gamers.
No matter you are a gamer looking for new records or a professional graphic designer, the S3 + ® DRAGONHEART SSD is the smart choice for an SDD with excellent performance, with an NVMe interface and PCIe 3.0 technology. Thanks to the read / write speeds of up to 3400/3000 MB / sec, the DRAGONHEART SSD is unmatched and is capable of giving gaming users an unprecedented gaming experience.
Why continue to use an interface designed for a hard drive? NVMe ™ or NVM Express ™ is a communication protocol specifically designed to work with flash memory using the PCIe® (PCI Express®) bus. It was created to take advantage of the parallel nature of solid state drives. Combined with the PCIe bus and the higher read and write speeds of NAND technology, the NVMe protocol allows for faster and faster SSDs. Over time, SSDs equipped with NVMe technology will replace SATA SSDs as the new industry standard.
The elegant and modern NVMe S3 + ® DRAGONHEART SSD is equipped with a wonderful passive heatsink, useful for preventing overheating and thermal throttling, with consequent reduction in performance. Gamers, modders and enthusiasts looking for a “customized” PC will be able to give a touch of class thanks to the RGB effects offered by the 10 LEDs mounted on the SSD board.
Having no moving parts, SSDs resist better shocks. An SSD is much less likely than an HDD to lose data in the event of a crash. A HDD, on the other hand, could easily lose data, especially if the computer is dropped while it is turned on and the various parts of the disk are in motion.