Patriot Memory Introduces New P300 NVMe SSD

Patriot P300 PCIe NVMe SSD
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Patriot has just announced a new PCIe NVMe SSD, called the P300, to its lineup. Instead of chasing insanely high speeds, the drive is aimed to provide decent performance with a more affordable budget.

The P300 only comes in the M.2 2280 form factor, utilizing a PCIe 3.0×4 interface. The memory controller is not disclosed officially, but the listings on Amazon and Newegg say it is the Phison PS5013-E13T. No DRAM cache is available. It can reach maximum sequential speeds at 2100 MB/s for read and 1650 MB/s for write. IOPS number can get up to 290,000 in read and 260,000 in write.

The SSD has five different capacities, from 128 GB to 2 TB. Patriot also does not specified what NAND flash is used. It is believed that the P300 is equipped with the 3D QLC NAND flash, due to the lower endurance ratings. Depending on the sizes, they are rated to have 40 TBW to 320 TBW. A 3-year warranty is provided.

The P300 is priced at $34.99 USD for 128 GB, $64.99 USD for 256 GB, $104.99 USD for 512 GB, $164.99 USD for 1 TB and $324.99 USD for 2 TB. The SSD can now be purchased on major retailers and Patriot’s own online store.

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