During the CES 2020, ADATA introduced the XPG Sage PCIe 4.0 SSD, which uses the Innogrit Rainier controller (IG5236). The above controller can support up to 16TB of storage and use an eight-channel interface.

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Although Innogrit is an unfamiliar name (compared to Phison’s most commonly used controllers), the performance it offers is at a high level. The ADATA CrystalDisk benchmark shows sequential read and write performance of 7.2 GB/sec and close to 5.4 GB/sec for XPS Sage.

According to the Tom’s Hardware site, which was able to test the XPG Sage, ADATA also highlights random IOPS speeds of 1,000,000 and 800,000 for data read and write, respectively. Additionally, it is suggested that sequential speeds of 6 GB/sec can be easily achieved with some firmware changes before SSDs go into mass production.

Other features of the SSD ADATA XPG Sage PCIe 4.0 SSD include 4GB of DRAM cache, integrated heat conductors, and SSDs up to 4TB capacity. It is expected that the XPG Sage will not be released before June.

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