GIGABYTE has announced the release of its AORUS XTREME Gen4 AIC SSD, a storage device boasting both high capacity and ultra-fast access speed. Featuring eight 4 TB 2nd generation PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSDs with the PHISON PS5018-E18 controller, GIGABYTE’s AORUS XTREME Gen4 AIC SSD grants 32 TB of storage space and transfer speeds of up to 28 GB/s, surpassing the company’s own AORUS Gen4 7000s SSDs by up to four times. Users will also find a large aluminum-finned heat sink, an M.2 baseplate for passive cooling, 10 temperature sensors, and an active dual-fan heat dissipation design.
In order to avoid the throttling by overheating under high-speed operation and even data damage or loss, AORUS XTREME Gen4 AIC SSD is designed with large aluminum finned heatsink, M.2 baseplate, and giant thermal back plate to effectively dissipate the heat generated by the SSD in high-speed operation. Meanwhile the system air flow, the large air volume of the dual fans, and the thermal vent on the baffle plate create active heat dissipation to promise high performance of the SSD under ultra-high speed operation without throttling.