ADATA releases budget Premier SP600 SSDs

ADATA releases budget Premier SP600 SSDs

The Taiwanese memory and SSD maker ADATA has released the new budget-oriented Premier SP600 line of solid-state drives.

All models in the line come with Jmicron JMF670H memory controllers, a DRAM cache made by Nanya and a special adapter that allows the installation of these 2.5-inch SSDs in slots designed for notebook hard drives with thickness of 7 mm and 9.5 mm. In addition the adapter allows users to install a Premier SP600 SSD in a 3.5-inch slot, which is common for desktop computers.

The new Premier SP600 solid-state drives include high-performance 19 nm MLC NAND flash memory produced by ADATA and fully support the latest SATA 3.0 standard. The drives offer capacities of 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB, 256 GB and 512 GB and reach 560 MB/sec of read speed and 450 MB/sec of write speed. The IOPS results reach 73000 IOPS while reading and 72000 IOPS while writing. The drives have mean time before failure (MTBF) of 1.2 million hours and feature Intel’s Solid-State Drive Toolbox software that allows users to control their SSDs.

The new ADATA Premier SP600 SSD line starts at just USD 50 for the 32 GB model. All drives in the line come with a 3-year warranty.

Source: ADATA

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