PNY reveals their budget-oriented CS1311 series of SSDs

The PNY CS1311 will come with capacities of 120GB to 960GB

PNY reveals their budget-oriented CS1311 series of SSDs

PNY reveals their budget-oriented CS1311 series of SSDs

 
Not everyone can afford premium NVMe SSDs, but everyone desires a system that can boot quickly and open apps within a few moments. Budget SSDs are key in today's market, offering users with huge increases in system responsiveness over traditional hard drives but offers pricing that is much more affordable than today's higher-end SSD offerings.  
 
PNY has announced their new CS1311 series of SSDs, coming with capacities of between 120GB and 960GB and utilises TLC NAND to offer a nice balance between performance and affordability.  These new SSDs will utilise the industry standard SATA interface and offer sequential read/write speeds of up to 550/520MB/s respectively, though it is expected that the lower capacity SSDs in this series will offer reduced write performance. 


These speeds are not slow when compared to other SATA SSDs, with these drives offering read and write random performance of around 90,000 IOPS, which is much higher than anyone could expect from a standard HDD.   

 

PNY reveals their budget-oriented CS1311 series of SSDs  

PNY will be backing up these new SSDs with a three-year warranty, though sadly the company has not released the MSRP prices of these new SSDs. 

 

You can join the discussion on PNY's new CS1311 series of SSDs on the OC3D Forums

 

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14-07-2017, 05:02:31

AlienALX
PNwho? ohhhh yeah, that company that used to give a pretend lifetime warranty.Quote

14-07-2017, 05:48:05

Peace
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PNwho? ohhhh yeah, that company that used to give a pretend lifetime warranty.
It's PNwhy, not PNwho *SCNR*

What exactly do you mean with pretend lifetime warranty?Quote

14-07-2017, 06:24:25

AlienALX
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It's PNwhy, not PNwho *SCNR*

What exactly do you mean with pretend lifetime warranty?
They used to give a lifetime warranty with their GPUs. Only it was a Lifetime**11starstar lifetime warranty.

If your card failed after the first year and you applied for this lifetime warranty they quickly told you that it actually meant the lifetime of production. IE - as soon as the last GPU of that type rolled off of the end of the production line it no longer had any warranty at all.

And we all know how long a computer part remains in production these days. About five minutes.

So yeah, total scam and not a company I would want to buy stuff from. My mate got royally screwed when his GTX 570 died just after a year. "It's OK" he said "I have a lifetime warranty on it". Only he didn't, and PNY were quick to tell him to get lost.Quote

14-07-2017, 08:01:49

Peace
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So yeah, total scam and not a company I would want to buy stuff from. My mate got royally screwed when his GTX 570 died just after a year. "It's OK" he said "I have a lifetime warranty on it". Only he didn't, and PNY were quick to tell him to get lost.
LOL that's some real scam! I thought something like that was legally regulated and would come out as "false advertising".Quote

14-07-2017, 08:08:06

AlienALX
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LOL that's some real scam! I thought something like that was legally regulated and would come out as "false advertising".
Mate it probably does now. This was a few years ago obs (GTX 570 and all) but yeah I would imagine they were given quite a slap for that. They don't do it now, nor really make any desktop GPUs.

They obviously did it to be like BFG. However, they did not mean it like BFG did.Quote
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