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In June, Nextorage Japan will release their NE5N PCIe Gen 5 NVMe SSDs, which boast impressive speeds


Nextorage Japan is planning to make its NE5N series of PCIe Gen 5 NVMe SSDs available to the general public for the very first time at the beginning of the month of June. Models with 1 TB and 2 TB of storage capacity are now available for pre-order on the website of Newegg, and a product page for the item was just recently added to the website of the firm. The solid-state drives (SSDs) in question utilize Phison’s E26 PCIe Gen 5 controller in their operation. Due to the fact that they are able to achieve read and write speeds of up to 10 GB/s, they are a good choice for individuals who are extremely enthusiastic about their personal computers.

The company’s original NE5N line, on the other hand, features a design that incorporates a large heatsink in conjunction with a heatpipe, which renders them unsuitable for usage in PlayStation 5 consoles. In contrast, the company has developed PCIe Gen 4 solid-state drive (SSD) devices with the express intention of incorporating them into PlayStation 5 game consoles. Because SSDs of Generation 5 produce a substantial amount of heat, the companies who make them are going to need to come up with novel cooling techniques. Solid-state drives (SSDs) are designed to be utilized in compact computers and laptops. Nextorage Japan is hard at work producing new versions of its NE5N NVMe M.2 2280 PCIe Gen 5 SSDs.

Newegg is currently taking pre-orders for the NE5N, with prices starting at $499.99 for the 1 TB model and $249.99 for the 2 TB model, respectively. These solid-state drives (SSDs) have been designed with a cooling system that has been tuned for smooth gameplay. Other characteristics of these SSDs include SLC caching, advanced wear leveling, bad block management, thermal throttling, TRIM, S.M.A.R.T, over-provision, ECC, and end-to-end data path protection. The guarantee that is included with products in the NE5N series is good for either up to five years beginning on the date of purchase or until the maximum TBW (Total Bytes Written) is reached, whichever occurs first.