SSDs are becoming much more ubiquitous over the years – and even NVMe SSDs are geting more and more affordable over the months too. KINGMAX, a provider of memory products, is announcing the launch of Zeus – KINGMAX’s new M.2 NVMe SSD that can run at PCIE Gen. 3 x4 speeds – which is also bears the model number of PX3480.

The new KINGMAX Zeus PX3480 is the company’s answer to the demand for faster and smaller storage. Using the commonly-found M.2 2280 form factor, the KINGMAX Zeus PX3480 also supports NVMe 1.3 standard, enabling much faster read and write speeds.


KINGMAX claims that the new Zeus PX3480 SSD can reach sequential read and write speeds of up to 3,400MB/s and 3,000 MB/s respectively. It also has intelligent SLC Caching and DRAM Cache buffer technology to further accelerate transferring speeds and system response time.


KINGMAX also gave reliability a big highlight for the Zeus PX3480 as it supports LDPC (low density parity check) ECC (error correction code) technology to effectively detect and correct read/write errors for higher data accuracy and a longer lifespan. It also has NCQ command enabled, which can improve a SSD’s performance by optimizing its read/write executions.

KINGMAX Zeus PX3480 is 100% factory-tested to promise high stability, durability, and compatibility. It is backed by a 3-year warranty for complete after-sale services.


Product NamePX3480
InterfacePCIe Gen 3×4
SupportNVMe 1.3
SupportM.2 M key
Capacity256GB \ 512GB \ 1TB
Sequential R/W Speed
(up to)
256GB: 3000MB/s(R)  1000MB/s (W)
512GB: 3300MB/s(R)  1950MB/s (W)
1TB: 3400MB/s(R)  3000MB/s (W)
Random R/W
4K IOPs (up to)
256GB: 180K (R)  230K (W)
512GB: 350K (R)  430K (W)
1TB: 550K (R)  550K (W)
Shock1500G /0.5ms
MTBF2,000,000 hours
Dimension22 mm (W) x 80 mm (L)
Operating temperature0~70°C

Related Posts

Subscribe via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to Tech-Critter and receive notifications of new posts by email.