Silicon Power launches XPOWER XS80 PCIe Gen5 SSD at PAX AUS 2023 which will take place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC). The XPOWER XS80 PCIe Gen5 SSD deliver speeds of up to 10,000MB/s featuring the latest PCIe Gen5 technology. The XPOWER XS80 comes with a high-performance heatsink and will be offered in 1TB and 2TB capacities.
Game-Changing Gen5 Performance with the XS80
The XPOWER XS80 offers exceptional gaming performance with the latest PCIe Gen5 technology, NVMe 2.0 support, and 232-layer 3D NAND flash, delivering twice the data transfer rate of Gen4 and four times that of Gen3.
It reaches mind-blowing read speeds up to 10,000MB/s for instant load times and smooth gameplay, especially in open-world games. It also reaches incredibly impressive write speeds up to 10,000MB/s, which speeds up installations, cuts progress saving time and reduces in-game stuttering. This SSD features active cooling with a custom-crafted aluminium alloy heatsink, intelligent thermal regulation technology, and SP Toolbox software to maintain stable performance and prevent overheating. It's available in 1TB and 2TB, making it ideal for gamers with large libraries and multitasking needs.
Learn more about the Silicon Power XPOWER XS80 PCIe Gen5 SSD here.
Upgrade for Less with Exclusive Online Promotions*
In partnership with Mwave and Umart, gaming enthusiasts can take advantage of exclusive online promotions until October 8. SP will be offering big discounts of up to 20% off on some of its latest SSDs and DRAM. This includes three solutions that are sure to take gaming experiences to record-breaking heights: the XPOWER XS70 PCIe Gen4 SSD and the US75 PCIe Gen4 SSD which are compatible with the PS5, and the UD90 PCIe Gen4 M.2 2230 SSD which is compatible with the Steam Deck and ROG Ally. Visit SP at booth #2400 to get a hands-on look at these products, plus many other game-enhancing solutions.
For a full list of featured products, check out the SP store on Mwave’s official website and Umart’s official website.
*Promotion limited in Australia