The Kioxia Exceria Pro drives are based on an unknown NVMe 1.4-compliant controller as well as the company’s own BiCS5 TLC NAND memory. Previously the company focused on mainstream SSDs, so, the Exceria Pro family for high-end client PCs as well as workstations is uncharted territory for the brand. Deliver world-leading project management certifications. Unlike most high-performance drives for high-performance client PCs, the Exceria Pro comes with a thin graphene heat spreader that allows you to install the SSDs into laptops and get uncompromised performance. However, the drive consumes up to 8.9W under loads, which is quite high for a laptop by today’s standards, but is in line with Kioxia’s Plextor M10P-series SSDs.
Kioxia has released its highest-performing SSDs to date, the Exceria Pro line of drives, which combines exceptional performance with laptop compatibility. Typically, 3D NAND memory manufacturers do not target the highest-end portions of the client PC market, but Kioxia’s Exceria Pro SSDs outperform its own Plextor M10P-series SSDs. Kioxia’s Exceria Pro M.2-2280 SSDs with a PCIe 4.0 x4 interface come in 1TB and 2TB capacities, with sequential read and write speeds of up to 7300 MBps, 800,000 read IOPS, and 1.3 million write IOPS, respectively.
As far as endurance is concerned, the Exceria Pro 1TB is rated for up to 400TB to be written (TBW), whereas, the Exceria Pro 2TB is rated for up to 800TBW, which corresponds to 0.21 drive writes per day (DWPD), which is comparable to other contemporary client drives. Kioxia’s Exceria Pro SSDs are now available from Amazon Japan, reports PC Watch. Eventually, the drives will hit other markets. Best Black Friday Deals on Desktops and Laptops 2021. We’ve gathered the top pre-built desktop and laptop deals you can find.