I reviewed the Phidisk PhantomKnight 960GB SSD just recently, it’s a great drive and when it came to our lab it brought along a friend which is the Phidisk wrath – and unlike the WrathKeeper the wrath is an even higher spec unit that uses 3D NAND.
Even from the packaging alone you can tell that the Phidisk WrathKeeper is of a higher rank than the PhantomKnight, the 2.5″ 480GB SSD here retails at RM 430, it uses 3D NAND with Phison controller and has 5 years warranty. Storage sizes available in 120GB, 240GB, 960GB and even beyond 1TB.
1920GB and 3840GB are available but at a very hefty price tag at almost RM 7,000 for the latter. Connectivity wise it’s available in M.2 but storage limited to 960GB.
Oh specs aside, look at the packaging? Once you open it, it presents itself to you as the great legionnaire that takes care of your storage!
Take note of the surface, unlike most SSD brands, Phidisk went for the UV Print route for the surface and it looks mighty awesome. The PhantomKnight model has it too but I didn’t highlight as it’s not as visible as seen here on the WrathKeeper.
The Phidisk WrathKeeper 480GB comes with read speeds up to 570MB/s and write speeds up to 540MB/s (refer to image above), so how did it fare? Check out the results below.
What can I say? The results speaks for itself, almost hitting the max rated numbers.
The Phidisk WrathKeeper 480GB retails at RM 430 and that’s excellent value for money when it comes to price per GB and it has 5-years warranty, being a model that runs on 3D NAND it works a little faster than the siblings that are on TLC NAND>
Good job Phidisk, support local! Where to buy? Check out the stores https://www.phidisk.com/where-to-buy