ADATA XPG Gammix S10 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD
The front face of the colorful packaging advertises the XPG Gammix S10's form-factor and interface. There is an image of the enclosed SSD on the front.
The back of the packaging advertises "up to" sequential performance, LDPC ECC, features, its form-factor and 5-year limited warranty.
The drive is visible through a transparent plastic window.
The drive is well protected by piece of dense foam.
This side of the drive features that gorgeous heat-sink. The heat-sink is attached with adhesive thermal pads. We are not going to pry the heat sink off, but we can tell you what is under it. Underneath the heat-sink is a SMI SM2260 8-channel controller a 256MB Nanya DDR3 DRAM package and two 128GB flash packages.
This side of the PCB houses another 256MB Nanya DDR3 DRAM package and two more 128GB flash packages.
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