ZOTAC Sonix PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe 480 GB SSD


Prepare for the silent silver bullet - the ZOTAC SONIX PCI-e SSD. In a world where every second counts, you cannot afford to lag behind. Maximize your speed, minimize load times and make the hourglass a distant memory. With the PCI-e interface, the set up is a very simple plug and play*, so say goodbye to cable management. Your ultimate upgrade requires no wires and no mess - just a sleek dose of metal, silicon, and blazing speed.


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  • Form FactorPCIE Add-in-Card
    InterfaceNVME 1.2 PCIE Gen 3 x 4
    Flash TypeMLC
    DRAM Cache512MB DDR3
    Sequential ReadUp to 2,600 MB/s
    Sequential WriteUp to 1,300 MB/s
    Random Read
    Random Write
    Power ConsumptionRead: 5.57W
    Write: 7.27W
    Idle: 0.5W
    Supported OSWindows, Linux
    MTBF (hours)2,000,000
    AccessoriesBundled low-profile bracket
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From Hardware BBQ:

The Sonix is a very expensive card just like other PCIe storage units. The main issue is the lack of Windows 10 driver and optimised firmware. Unlike Intel, Zotac relies on third parties for controllers and NAND chips. So Zotac’s end product is at the mercy of the drivers. I would like to see the performance improvements as seen in ‘preview’ write-ups on other websites, but nothing is fixed until drivers and firmware are provided.

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