Acer Introduces Predator GM7 NVNe SSDs
The Acer Predator GM7 is a fast and very efficient PCIe 4.0 SSD. The Predator GM7 SSD is yet another collaborative effort between Acer and BIWIN. BIWIN builds SSDs, many of which are sold under prominent OEM names like HP, so this team effort makes perfect sense. BIWIN brings the ability and expertise to manufacture SSDs, and Acer brings its prestigious Predator branding.
The Acer Predator GM7 1TB SSD features an InnoGrit 5236 8-channel controller, onboard DRAM and is arrayed with super-fast Micron B47R flash that is a rather conventional configuration for a typical 7,400 MB/s capable SSD.
The 1TB Acer Predator NVMe GM7 is a plain, single-sided SSD drive. The great power efficiency helps keep the drive cool, and its single-sided design makes it a good fit for some slim devices, like laptops and PS5. The Ace Predator GM7 SSD features a small controller with no DRAM package and two NAND packages – a Maxio MAP1602A also known as the MAP1602 or MAP1602-I.
According to the datasheet, the Acer Predator GM7 SSD will be available in 512GB, 1TB, and 2TB models. The 1TB Predator GM7 SSD is rated for up to 7,400/6,300 MB/s of sequential read/write performance, but the datasheet implies a future 2TB model could hit 7,400/6,700 MB/s. The Predator GM7 SSD has a five-year warranty, and the 2TB model has a 1,300 TBW (total bytes written) endurance rating.
The Acer Predator GM7 SSDs are the first DRAMless SSD with enough throughput for the PS5. But no matter how good they are, the Acer Predator GM7 SSDs fail making critical user data inaccessible. If that happens, the owners of the Acer Predator GM7 SSDs will need to contact a reliable data recovery services provider to get their valuable files, photos, and other documents back. ACE Data Recovery team has extensive experience in external hard drive data recovery and SSD of all makes and models. ACEs can boast of one of the highest success rates in the industry and are ready to help the Acer Predator GM7 SSD owners with their data recovery needs.