Samsung has presented another SSD today. It’s called 950 Pro, and it’s madly quick. The drive is the first to convey vertical NAND innovation to the customer space. It’s a Non-Volatile Memory Express M.2 SSD, in the M.2 2280 size.

It will be offered in two limits – 256GB for $199.99 and 512GB for $349.99. On account of its backing for the PCIe Gen.3 x4 interface, it conveys speeds that SATA-utilizing drives can just long for.

The 512GB Samsung 950 Pro reaches successive read paces of 2.5GB/s and consecutive composes of 1.5GB/s. Regarding arbitrary access, it conveys 300,000 read IOPS and 110,000 compose IOPS.

The drive uses Samsung’s second era MLC V-NAND 32-layer 128Gb pass on with UBX controller and entertainer programming. It has AES 256-bit Full Disk Encryption and something many refer to as Dynamic Thermal Guard, which clearly ensures the gadget and information when it’s presented to temperatures going from 0 to 70 degrees Celsius.

The 950 Pro can withstand stuns of up to 1500G/0.5ms and 20G vibrations. Guarantee savvy you’re taking a gander at five years of scope for both limits, with the 256GB model getting that up to 200 terabytes composed, and the 512GB unit up to 400 terabytes composed. The drive will be in stores in October.