CES: Plextor Announces M6e PCI-e SSD For Gaming, Compatibility, Reliability, And Ultra-High Performance

Fast loading, smooth, uninterrupted gaming becomes a reality as Plextor launches the M6e, a high-performance PCI-e gaming SSD with driver-free ACHI support and selectable legacy BIOS/fast UEFI booting

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Plextor has built a close relationship with the gaming community, so it is natural that we’re the first to provide an SSD that meets its specific needs.

Fremont, CA (PRWEB) January 08, 2014

Plextor (http://www.plextor.com), a leading developer and manufacturer of high-performance storage solutions, announces the launch of the M6e PCI-e, the first SSD specifically designed to meet the demanding requirements of the gaming community.

The M6e PCI-e SSD uses a new generation of high-bandwidth components to deliver smooth, uninterrupted gameplay and gets the player to excel to the next level. It combines the convenience of driver-free advanced host controller interface (ACHI) support with the compatibility of selectable legacy basic input-output system BIOS or fast unified extensible firmware interface (UEFI) boot.

The Plextor M6e delivers maximum sequential read/write speeds of up to 770/625 MB/s and random read/write speeds of up to 105K/100K IOPS. The PCI-e Gen2x2 interface bypasses the SATAIII bottleneck, includes the latest server-grade multicore Marvell 88SS9183 controller with native PCI 2.0 support, and a pre-graded high-performance Toshiba Toggle NAND flash.

The M6e’s exclusive firmware, developed by Plextor’s in-house elite team optimizes the drive for gaming applications and ensures stability. Plextor’s legendary True Speed technology is also one of the features that provide a new improved version for long-term performance stability and effective multi-tasking.

With convenient Advanced Host Controller Interface (ACHI) support, Plextor M6e owners get to experience the speed of a high-performance PCIe SSD without the need to load propriety drivers. Compatibility with legacy BIOSes allows the M6e to be used with existing gaming rigs for flexibility. Alternatively selecting the UEFI boot mode for motherboards with UEFI provides incredibly fast start-up times.

Along with performance and stability, the Plextor M6e SSD meets another key need of professional gamers: extreme reliability. In the world’s most advanced SSD testing facilities, the drive was put through rigorous testing and was required to meet Plextor’s Zero-Failure Zero-Error mass testing standard; the result is a MTBF calculated at 2.4 million hours. For stability, every individual SSD faces an extended high-temperature burn-in test and usage simulation. Plextor’s strict testing and tough quality control is the reassurance of the M6e’s full five-year warranty and Plextor’s extensive support structure.

“Plextor has built a close relationship with the gaming community, so it is natural that we’re the first to provide an SSD that meets its specific needs,” said Zhang Yaping, M6e product manager. “Modern games push systems to their limits; by getting data from storage to the graphics card and into RAM fast, even under heavy load, the M6e makes the gameplay experience smoother and better. We’ve also optimized the M6e to perform smoothly with a large variety of games so it’s suitable for use by all types of players.”

The Plextor M6e PCI-e SSD is available now and comes in 128 GB, 256 GB, and 512 GB capacities.

About Plextor
Plextor is a leading developer of high-performance digital storage equipment for professionals, consumers, and enterprises. Plextor launched its first CD-ROM drive in 1989 and since then the Plextor's prestigious multi–award winning products have set the standard for quality and performance. Plextor will continue to deliver generations of innovative industry-leading products, including Blu-ray optical disc drives, solid state drives, digital video converters, and multimedia devices. The Plextor brand of storage and multimedia products is owned by Shinano Kenshi of Japan.


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