Legit Reviews have published an article looking at the ADATA XPG GAMMIX S10 512GB PCIe NVMe SSD, here's a snippet:\n\n[QUOTE]Future examination of the drive itself shows that ADATA went with Silicon Motion’s SM2260 controller and Micron’s first generation 32-layer 3D TLC NAND Flash memory for this drive. That is a combination that we have seen before on the Intel SSD 600P series back in 2016 and ADATA SX7000 series that was launched in April 2017. The Intel SSD 600P series is widely regarded as Intel’s entry-level PCIe NVMe drive, so this is going to be a dressed up budget drive and not a product aimed at enthusiasts looking for the very best performance. Truth be told, the XPG GAMMIX S10 series looks to be nothing more than an ADATA SX7000 series drive with a heatsink on it for an extra . The good news is that the heatsink looks great and ADATA claims that it drops drop temperatures by around 10 degrees[/QUOTE]\n\n[ATTACH=full]2390[/ATTACH] \n\nRead more [URL='http://www.legitreviews.com/adata-xpg-gammix-s10-512gb-pcie-nvme-ssd-review_203430']here[/URL].