- Looking to replace your SATA SSD? If so, look no further than the SX6000 Lite PCIe Gen3x4 M.2 2280 SSD.
- Supporting NVMe 1.3, equipped with 3D NAND Flash, and coming with up to 1TB capacity, the SX6000 Lite is a great upgrade choice.
- Great Alternative to SATA : Ideal for gamers, PC enthusiasts and anyone who wants to upgrade from SATA SSD to PCIe SSD
- Up to 3 times faster than SATA : Read/write speeds of up to 1800/1200MB/s; NVMe 1.3 support
- 3D NAND Flash : Higher capacity, durability, and power efficiency
- M.2 2280 Form Factor : Supports desktops and notebooks with the latest Intel and AMD platforms
- The SX6000 Lite utilizes LDPC (Low-Density Parity-Check) error correcting code technology to detect and fix a wider range of data errors for more reliable data transfers and a longer product lifespan.
- The SX6000 Lite is suitable for desktop and notebook PCs. As there's no need for cumbersome installation, you can immediately experience the high speed and smoothness of a PCIe SSD.
- Featuring HMB (Host Memory Buffer) and SLC Caching, the SX6000 Lite accelerates read/write speeds up to 1800/1200MB/s and delivers random performance of up to 220K/200K IOPS.
- Whether booting, gaming or transferring large files, the SX6000 Lite accomplish them quickly and effectively.
- The SX6000 Lite comes with a sleek black XPG heatsink with a pre-applied thermal compound inside for DIY installation.
- With or without the heatsink, the choice is yours. Either way, the SX6000 Lite looks great inside your build.
|Capacity||128GB / 256GB / 512GB / 1TB|
|Form Factor||M.2 2280|
|NAND Flash||3D NAND|
|Dimensions||80 x 22 x 2.15mm / 3.15 x 0.87 x 0.08inch|
|Weight||8g / 0.28oz|
|Sequential Read [Max]||Up to 1800MB/s|
|Sequential Write [Max]||Up to 1200MB/s|
|4KB Random Read IOPS [Max]||Up to 220K|
|4KB Random Write IOPS [Max]||Up to 200K|
|Operating temperature||0°C - 70°C|
|Storage temperature||-40°C - 85°C|
|Terabytes Written (TBW) [Max]||480TB|
Q: If my computer only supports PCIe Gen3, can it still work with a PCIe Gen4 SSD?
A: PCs that do not support PCIe Gen4 SSDs can still use the said SSDs. However, the SSDs performance will be limited to PCIe Gen3 levels.
Q: Do I need to install a driver to use my SSD?
A: ADATA SSDs can use standard drivers, which can be applied to different operating systems; at the same time, users can also install the drivers officially provided by the motherboard manufacturers.
A Full List of Troubleshooting Q & A is available on the ADATA Consumer Site for more complex questions like:
Q : What should I do if my SSD is unrecognizable, undetectable, unreadable, etc?
Q: I am having trouble formatting my SSD?
Q: How do you partition a new SSD?
Q: Why is the data transfer speed on my SSD slow?
|Capacity||2TB / 1TB / 512GB / 256GB||4TB / 2TB / 1TB / 512GB / 256GB||2TB / 1TB / 512GB / 256GB||1TB / 512GB / 256GB / 128GB|
|NAND Flash||3D TLC||3D NAND||3D NAND||3D NAND|
|Interface||PCIe Gen3x4||PCIe Gen3x4||PCIe Gen3x4||PCIe Gen3x4|
|Sequential Read [Max]||3500MBps||3500MBps||2100MBps||1800MBps|
|Sequential Write [Max]||3000MBps||3000MBps||1500MBps||1200MBps|
|4KB Random Read IOPS [Max]||Up to 390,000 IOPS||Up to 300,000 IOPS||Up to 250,000 IOPS||Up to 220,000 IOPS|
|4KB Random Write IOPS [Max]||Up to 380,000 IOPS||Up to 240,000 IOPS||Up to 240,000 IOPS||Up to 200,000 IOPS|
|Terabytes Written (TBW) [Max]||1280TB||2560TB||1200TB||480TB|