Perhaps the name of the city of Wuhan is already known all over the world, and surely few people think that they would like to visit the region. However, the staff of Color, who is also based in China, was not afraid of this task.
Their visit may have taken place at an early stage in the creation of an SSD dubbed the WarHalberd CN600. This is where Yangtze Memory Technologies is located, and this company produces the aforementioned plant, which will be available in capacities of 256 and 512 GB. The company has not shared information about exactly which hardware the M.2-2280 solution is in x4 PCI Express 3.0 format. What is certain, however, is that the controller responsible for controlling the memory chips comes from the Maxio Technology workshop, famous mainly for its low-end solutions.
All you know is that the maximum sequential read and write speeds are 3300 and 2600 MB/s for the 512 GB model, respectively, and 3200 and 1200 MB/s for the 256 GB version, respectively. Members of the Colorful WarHalberd CN600 series are already lined up on virtual store shelves, with prices ranging from $39 to $59, depending on capacity.
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