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Predator Unveils GM7000 NVMe PCIe SSD to Exceed Speed Limits


Predator has just unveiled its very latest GM7000 NVMe PCIe SSD, which is capable of up to 7400MB/s reads, leveling up your gaming experience.

Predator GM7000

The new Predator GM7000 PCIe 4.0 SSD offers new-gen PCIe 4.0 and a 12 nm flagship 8-channel controller, delivering sequential reads of up to 7400MB/s and writes of up to 6700MB/s. And its random read and write speeds come in up to 1350 and 1150 K IOPS respectively. A speedy NVMe drive will feed your games to the rest of your PC so that you won't have to wait out long loading times.

Predator NVme PCIe SSD

Predator is making its GM7000 SSD available in 512GB, 1TB, 2TB and 4TB capacities with an independent DRAM cache for advantages in system loading and data caching. It also helps the SSD perform better in random read and write operations by reducing latency.

Additionally, the GM7000 provides a custom-made graphene-laced foam pad featuring higher thermal conductivity, dissipating heat and reducing operating temperature significantly (by about 18°C)-- even under heavy workloads. Effective heat management contributes to its high reliability, great stability and better speed performance. 

Plus with the 4K LDPC (Low Density Parity check Code) and AES 256-bit encryption, the Predator is a reliable SSD that makes your PC life so much easier, keeping your data secure and stable.

Featuring seamless data transmission, the high-performance GM7000 NVMe PCIe SSD is the ideal kit for you to hit champions, to create more inspirational contents. It is also a protected storage investment that offers 5-year warranty and free technical support. 

For more information, please visit: Predator GM7000

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