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KINGMAX launches SSD SMG Titan

SMG Titan supports Native Command Queuing (NCQ) – a technology that optimizes the order of file data accessing sequence to increase overall work efficiency.

KINGMAX has launched the SMG Titan SSD, eyeing to deliver fast read and write speeds from 550MB/s to 520MB/s with IOPS at 60K and 35K. Designed with SATA3 standard transmission interface, the SMG Titan is relatively easy to install; with the product also equipped with high-speed NAND Flash die, complete with features such as wear measurement and NAND Flash chipset monitoring to prolong the lifecycle of the chipset, making the product more durable.

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KINGMAX’s SSD products are known for strengths such as being energy-saving and noiseless, so that consumers can enjoy comfortable working environment with their PCs. The new offering are equipped with the same.

SMG Titan supports Native Command Queuing (NCQ) – a technology that optimizes the order of file data accessing sequence to increase overall work efficiency. In addition, the product also comes with built-in Error Correction Code (ECC) and Global Wear Leveling functions to handle the storage of redundant data, support RAISE fault-tolerant technology along with Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC).

Shelved in an impact-resistant metallic casing that could withstand 1,500 G/s shocks, SMG Titan is thoroughly designed to deliver the very best in data protection to consumers. Despite having all the characteristics and features of high-end SSD, KINGMAX has opted for a fair-price marketing strategy as a way to give back to consumers. 

KINGMAX’s SMG Titan is currently available in four capacities: 64/128/256/512GB.

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