2.5 inches SSDs have changed people's attitudes to storage performance, but in pursuit of light experience, equipment (such as super this), M.2 will be the next mainstream interface. DATA announced today is part of Premier SP550 series of new SATA M.2 SSD, which uses a 2280 specification provides a 480/240 / 120GB three capacity. It should be noted that not all drives support M.2 although fast but relatively expensive PCIe NVMe, thus many models still go SATA channels.
Premier SP550 M.2 2280 the overall size of 22 × 80 × 3.5mm, the maximum capacity of 480GB, ideal for the pursuit of higher performance thin and light notebooks or ultrabooks.
The M.2 SSD uses a Silicon Motion (SMI) high quality master and SLC caching technology (allows the drive to run in emulation mode to improve performance SLC), sustained read / write speeds are up to 560MB / s and 510MB / s, 4K random read performance also reached 75k IOPS.
In addition, DRAM cache buffer function (SSD borrow system RAM as a temporary cache) read and write performance can be enhanced, so that the shortage of SSD cache DARM easily doubled.
SSD to enhance stability and data integrity, Premier SP550 M.2 2280 is equipped with a RAID engine and data shaping technology to achieve longer life, long-lasting stability, and return on investment.
The SSD also supports low-density parity check (LDPC) error correction techniques to reduce data errors, improve data integrity and transmission quality. DEVSLP (Device Sleep) mode can reduce energy consumption and improve battery life, the emphasis on portability of notebook users an excellent choice.
DATA yet disclosed Premier SP550 M.2 2280 SATA SSD price, but according to the company's tradition, should still stick to a certain price. The following are some of the specifications of the SSD:
120GB / 240GB / 480GB
NAND Flash Type
22 × 80 × 3.5 mm
8 g / 0.28 oz
SATA 6Gb / s
The order of 560MB / s (read), 510MB / s (write), --75k IOPS random 4K read
0 ° C - 70 ° C
-40 ° C - 85 ° C
Mean time between failures
1.5 million hours