EK cooperated with Seagate to launch FireCuda 530 Heatsink, which works perfectly with PlayStation 5 consoles
Seagate released the FireCuda 530 series of solid-state drives in June of this year, supporting PCIe Gen4 standard M.2 slot, and NVMe 1.4 standard, providing a total of four storage capacities of 500GB, 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB. Seagate FireCuda 530 uses Phison’s PS5018-E18 main control chip, and Micron’s 176-layer 3D TLC flash memory (the latest B47R NAND) and adds heat sink aluminum to ensure stable operation of the device for a long time. Unlike the heat sinks provided by many similar products, the heat sink used in FireCuda 530 is flat and relatively slim. Seagate provides a version without/with a heat sink, which users can choose at the time of purchase.
Recently, EK has cooperated with Seagate to launch FireCuda 530 Heatsink for better heat dissipation. EK uses high-grade aluminum to make a thin heat sink, and the surface has been finely anodized to maximize heat dissipation efficiency.
This design helps reduce the temperature during operation, allowing SSDs to maintain peak performance for a longer period of time.
Seagate said that the heat sink can perfectly match the PlayStation 5 game console, and its performance and specifications are in line with the requirements of the PlayStation 5 game console, which is more advantageous than other similar products. At present, the 1TB version with EK heat sink has been put on the EK online store, and the 2TB version will be available soon. The tax-included price (MSRP) of the 1TB and 2TB versions are 305 Euros and 640 Euros respectively.