AMD Ryzen platform has an acceleration technology called StoreMI, can make SSD SSDs, HDD mechanical hard drives together, greatly improve data reading and writing, application startup, system power-on speed, and with the release of Ryzen 3000XT, StoreMI also upgraded to version 2.0, the acceleration effect is more obvious, data security is more secure.
Of course, the technology is not AMD’s own, but comes from a company called Enmotus, based on its FuzeDrive software.
Now, Enmotus has come from behind the scenes to launch its first SSD product, named FuzeDrive NVMe SSD, which is also very distinctive in terms of acceleration.
This is a standard M.2 2280 SSD, using the group E12 master, support PCIe 3.0 x4, with a 96-layer stacked 3D QLC flash memory, capacity 1.6TB, nominal continuous reading and writing speed of up to 3.74GB/s, 3.0GB/s, maximum write capacity of 5000WTB.
Enmotus is also equipped with a large heat sink and even has a special enclosure protection.
Its most special feature is the permanent SLC cache with 128GB capacity, which is in addition to 1.6TB of usable capacity, so guess the original flash capacity should be 2TB, and it can be accelerated with a mechanical hard drive with up to 15TB capacity, and has no requirements for hard drive size (2.5/3.5 inches) and single capacity.
FuzeDrive software and firmware are responsible for the transfer of hot data between the SLC cache and QLC flash memory, and other hard drives.
Taking out a full one-eighth of its capacity as a cache, the effect is naturally immediate, 128GB is enough to ensure that almost all applications can run at the highest speed at any time, will not easily exhaust the cache and fall to QLC flash performance, while the life is more durable, the official claim can guarantee up to 30,000 P/E times.
The FuzeDrive SSD costs $349, or about 2,470 yuan.