EON and EON Pro, CarbonX and Blackline RGB SSDs

EON and EON Pro, CarbonX and Blackline RGB SSDs

In the past Mushkin was one of the leading manufacturers selling storage products, but after being close to disappearing today it is an almost marginal manufacturer. In an attempt to solve that, the company has been at CES to present its entire new product catalog:

Mushkin EON and EON Pro, high-performance NVMe SSDs

We start talking with the highest performance products. These are the EON and EON Pro SSDs, with M.2 format, protocol NVMe and interface PCI-Express 4.0 x4 presented in capacities ranging from 500 GB to 4 TB for EONs and up to 16 TB for EON Pro, and use memory chips 3D TLC NAND Flash paired with Silicon Motion SM2267 controllers in the case of the EON, and SM2264 for the EON Pro.

According to the company, the EON reach speeds of up to 4 GB / s of reading and 3 GB / s of writing, while the EON Pro reach 6.5 GB / s of reading and 3.9 GB / s of writing, with Up to 700K IOPS read and write.

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On the other hand, Mushkin has also shown SATA 3 SSDs Source Q, with the same SM2259XT controller that their mid-range SSDs used so far. It offers speeds of up to 560 MB / s of reading and 515 MB / s of writing, and will only be available in capacities between 500 GB and 2 TB. It is clear that Mushkin is prioritizing its NVMe SSDs, but has not wanted to leave behind the cheap models that are the most sold.

CarbonX, an external USB-C SSD that exceeds 1000 MB / s

Turning to external storage, the company has also shown its SSD with USB-C CarbonX connection, which is capable of reaching up to 1020 MB / s of reading and 1000 MB / s of writing through its USB 3.1 Gen.2 interface. It comes in a black metal case and will be sold in capacities from 500 GB to 2 TB.

Blackline memories receive a face lift

We finished the presentation of Mushkin with his famous Blackline memories that now become Blackline RGB. This obvious change of name brings with it a face lift in the form of inclusion of RGB lighting, with seven lighting zones and with the curiosity that, despite their name, they have changed the color of the PCB from black to green (something that is already rare these days). These DDR4 memories will be available in capacities between 8 and 32 GB per module and at speeds between 3000 and 4000 MHz base, with latencies CL16-18.

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Of course, the manufacturer has not given any information about release dates or prices, so we will have to wait to reveal these unknowns.


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