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Kingston’s Ghost Tree is a surprisingly cool name for a next-gen 7,000MB/s SSD

Kingston's Ghost Tree is a surprisingly cool name for a next-gen 7,000MB/s SSD

Kingston has announced that it has a next-gen PCIe 4.0 SSD on the way. Not only that, but it has a surprisingly cool codename as well, Ghost Tree. Mysterious. SSDs aren’t usually the type of thing to get cool codenames, but maybe their improving position in the world is behind the shift. 

It isn’t just a cool name, of course, it also looks to be on the money when it comes to performance. Kingston hasn’t released a lot of information about the new drives just yet, other than it’s targeting peak sequential read and write speeds of 7,000MB/s. 

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