Seagate seeks to have the last word in SSDs 4th Gen PCIe with the new Firecuda 530 presented through your digital event SG21 same that was broadcast on its official YouTube page.
This SSD promises to give 7.3 GB per second reading and 6.9 GB of writing, positioning itself as one of the fastest on the market and can be found in 4 TB, 2 TB, 1 TB and 500 GB models.
And for the high temperatures, the brand took the opportunity to present the variant of this SSD with a specialized heat sink that worked hand in hand with the team of EK, a company specialized in this area with more than 15 years of experience.
In this very event AMD had participation through Erin Maiorino, Ryzen Product Marketing Manager for Desktop. In this intervention, the manager highlighted the compatibility of this type of units with processors such as Ryzen 5000 to fully exploit the fourth generation PCIe without neglecting the graphics cards AMD Radeon RX Series 5000 Y Series 6000 they are also compatible with this bandwidth protocol.
MSI He also had his participation, mentioning that he has more than 30 motherboards compatible with this type of SSD’s such as the B550, X570 and the TRX40.
CD Projekt Red
One of the surprises of the presentation was that the study based in Warsaw, Poland stressed that thanks to this type of units the efficiency of a compilation system of more than 150 machines and more than 200 active users to develop Cyberpunk 2077.
Availability and prices
The FireCuda 530 will begin shipping this summer and the suggested retail prices in the United States will be $ 139.99 for the 500GB, $ 239.99 for the 1TB, $ 489.99 for the 2TB, and $ 949.99 for the 4TB. The FireCuda 530 with heatsink will cost $ 159.99 for the 500GB, $ 259.99 for a 1TB, $ 539.99 for a 2TB, and $ 999.99 for a 4TB.