Product Pages and specifications
Apacer AS330 SATA : http://consumer.apacer.com/eng/content.php?sn=928
Read : Up to 515MB/s
Write : Up to 475MB/s
IOPS : Up to 39,000
Apacer Z280 NVME : http://consumer.apacer.com/eng/content.php?sn=902
Read : Up to 2,750MB/s
Write : Up to 1,500MB/s
IOPS : Up to 160,000
Apacer Blade Fire LED DDR4 : http://consumer.apacer.com/eng/content.php?sn=963
There are three epic looking NAND items, all supplied to me, by Apacer, for my RGB project. They all have fantastic performance and are a great valued product along with high quality. The NMVE drive does not use a green PCB, which is something great. Performance wise, everything was either on specified specifications or close to it. The Blade Fire, even at stock, sits in the 99th percentile, I have nothing bad to say about that! I hope to continue seeing great products like this from Apacer!
Memory in system
Blade Fire Bench
I give these products a 4.5 out of 5 stars. Why the missing .5 star? Because performances of the AS330 were a bit below specified, the RAM used older hynix NAND chips (but still great) and the NVME showed a bit of throttling (like all NVME drives without heatsinks).