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Xtreme Gen4 AIC: A New Add-in Card for Eight M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSDs

Xtreme Gen4 AIC: A New Add-in Card for Eight M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSDs

Gigabyte announces a new AIC for M.2 SSDs. Indeed, via a PCIe card, the brand offers to mount up to 8 SSDs in RAID to explode the transfer rates! Via this Xtreme Gen4 AIC, the brand displays speeds of 26 GB/s in writing!

Xtreme Gen4 AIC: up to 8 PCIe 4.0 SSDs in RAID!

Gigabyte Aorus Xtreme Gen4 AIC With this new product, the brand offers us a PCIe card that takes the length of a classic graphics card. And for good reason, this model will be able to carry up to eight M.2 SSDs in PCIe 4.0. Inside, we will also find a Phison PS5018-E18 controller orchestrating everything.

As you can see, the cooling system is elaborate and relies on a large aluminum fin block. This set is also topped by a pair of fans for efficient cooling. Finally, for monitoring, we have no less than ten temperature sensors while the ventilation benefits from a management in three phases.

Gigabyte Aorus Xtreme Gen4 AIC perf

It grows!

The whole package performs well. With eight Aorus Gen4 7000 SSDs of 4TB each, Gigabyte manages to achieve crazy speeds. A CrystalDiskMark capture shows up to 28 GB/s read and 26.6 GB/s write, all for a capacity of 32 TB. In short, as someone else would say, “that’s a lot, isn’t it? ».

Once again, the brand has not yet announced any sales price or launch date. Likewise, the technical specifications are still missing.

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