The launch of Samsung’s 990 Pro SSD has been delayed by a couple of weeks
Samsung introduced its all-new 990 Pro SSD in the month of August, and at the time of the announcement, the company indicated that the brand-new storage solution will be made available in the United States of America in the month of October 2022. It would appear that Samsung has now changed its mind regarding the initial announcement that it made and postponed the introduction of the SSD by a few of weeks due to the fact that it has decided to delay the debut.
In a press release issued earlier today, Samsung stated that the 980 Pro PCIe 4.0 SSD series will be available for pre-order beginning on November 1, 2022. The announcement was made today. The 1TB model that has a heatsink will cost you $169, whilst the same model that does not include a heatsink will set you back $189. Customers will be required to pay $289 for the 2TB 990 Pro model that does not come equipped with a heatsink, while the 2TB variant that does come equipped with a heatsink will set them back $309.
It is planned that the pre-order period will expire the following month, and the SDD, together with a limited warranty that is good for 5 years, will be shipped to early adopters before the end of November. The warranty will be valid for a total of 5 years. Since Samsung’s last statement, there has not been a substantial change to the availability of the 4TB 990 Pro, for which the company anticipates that it will be available in the year 2023. This article contains information that is pertinent to the market in the United States, including prices and availability.
Using the Samsung Magician Software, the RGB lights of the brand-new solid-state drive (SSD) can be customized. The type that comes with a heatsink is the type that satisfies the criteria of the PCI-SIG D8 standards, which shows that it is compatible with desktop computers, laptop computers, and game consoles such as the Sony PlayStation 5. The “Advanced Heat Dissipation Technology” that was developed by the company enables the solid-state drive (SSD) to keep its top performance even when it is exposed to high temperatures for extended periods of time during game play. This was made possible by the business’s development of the SSD.