Having prolonged its ROG items household from motherboards and also graphics cards to practically every little thing that might fascinate requiring players and also prosumers with deep pockets, ASUS remains to discover means to additional broaden the ROG schedule. This week the firm showcased its approaching ROG Strix Arion room for M. 2 SSDs that includes a USB 3.2 Gen 2 user interface together with Aura Sync RGB lights.
The ASUS ROG Strix Arion SSD framework works with all M. 2-2280 (and also smaller sized) drives including a PCIe 3.0 user interface and also do not have a pre-installed warm spreader. The SSD can be mounted without utilizing a screwdriver, so the setting up must be rather simple. The room is made from light weight aluminum and also has thermal pads in a quote to make certain appropriate warm dissipation and also regular efficiency. The system is bus powered and also has a USB Type- C user interface, yet ASUS will certainly deliver it with a USB-C-to-USB-C along with a USB-C-to-USB-A cord to make best use of compatibility.
ASUS does not divulge which USB 3.2 Gen 2-to-PCIe Gen 3 bridge it utilizes, so we can not make any type of presumptions relating to real-world efficiency of a ROG Strix Arion- made it possible for storage space gadget. It’s feasible this is utilizing Realtek’s brand-new RTL9210 bridge, given that Realtek was displaying the RGB LED chauffeur capacities of that bridge just recently at Flash MemorySummit Anyhow, in the best-case circumstance it will certainly include as much as 1.25 GB/s raw throughput.
Traditionally for any type of Republic of Gamers item, the ROG Strix Arion includes an instead unconventional style with Mayan patterns. Meanwhile, complying with the current fads, the gadget has RGB LEDs and also sustains the ASUS Aura Sync lights and also consequently can integrate its lights with various other parts from ASUS.
Considering the reality that ASUS is showing the ROG Strix Arion on its YouTube network, anticipate the gadget to be offered in the direct future. Unfortunately, we have no suggestion concerning prices of the system, however with no questions this is a costs framework for M. 2 SSDs.
Source: ASUS (by means of Hermitage Akihabara)