The ZOTAC SONIX PCIe SSD promises extraordinarily high-speed storage, and it delivers.
DRAM Cache 512MB DDR3 // Rated Sequential Read Up to 2,600 MB/s // Rated Sequential Write Up to 1,300 MB/s // Supported OS Windows, Mac OS, Linux // MTBF (hours) 2,000,000 // Warranty 3-years // URL www. zotac.com/my The ZOTAC SONIX PCIe SSD was first demonstrated at CES earlier this year. It marks the arrival of a new breed of highperformance PCIe SSDs based on the Phison PS5007-E7 controller. The version that we tested is rated for sequential read performance of up to 2,600MB/s and sequential write performance of up to 1,300 MB/s. In contrast, your average SATA3-based SSDs these days offer about 500MB/s read and 450MB/s write.
Our review unit offers 480GB of storage capacity, and is equipped with 512MB of DDR3 DRAM cache, while arriving in a half-length halfheight PCIe Gen 3.0 x4 card form factor. According to ZOTAC, the drive consumes 5.57W when performing read operations, 7.27W while writing, and 0.5W in idle mode, which is on the lower end
The highest speed achieved in our test. CONCLUSION