The tree seems to be about KC2000 models optimized from a data rate perspective.
Kingston's latest SSD is a KC2500 was given the name, which is intended for simple desktops, workstations, and possibly HPC environments. The M.2 2280-compliant drive communicates with the iron via x4 PCI Express 3.0 interface and NVMe protocol, and uses 96-layer TLC 3D NAND flash chips and a Silicon Motion SMI 2262EN controller, modeled on the KC2000.
(source: Kingston) (+)
The sequential read / write ceiling can be 3500/2900 MB / s, and data security was not a centenary in the design, as hardware, 256-bit AES-XTS encryption, TCG Opal 2.0, and support for Microsoft eDrive are all included in the recipe.
|Kingston KC2500||250 GB||500 GB||1 TB||2 TB|
|controller||Silicon Motion SM2262EN|
|Flash chip||96-cell Toshiba BiCS4 3D TLC NAND|
|interface||PCI Express 3.0 x4, NVMe|
|Max. Sequential reading / writing||3500/1200 MB / s||3500/2500 MB / s||3500/2900 MB / s|
|Max. Random 4K read / write||375,000/300,000 IOPS|
|encryption||XTS-AES 256 bit, TCG Opal 2.0, eDrive|
|Max. Writing volume||150 TBW||300 TBW||600 TBW||1200 TBW|
|Consumption||3 mW idle, 0.2 W on average, max. 2.1 W when reading, max. 7 W when writing|
|Crowd||8 grams||10 grams||11 grams|
|Model Number||SKC2500M8 / 250G||SKC2500M8 / 500G||SKC2500M8 / 1000G||SKC2500M8 / 2000G|
|Product website||Kingston KC2500|
|Guarantee||5 years limited with free technical support|
Delivery of the development, which will be available in 250 and 500 GB as well as 1 and 2 TB packages, will begin soon, and the company, in keeping with its good habit, will offer a 5-year limited warranty on the products.