Silicon Power outs Velox Series V30 SATA III SSD

Silicon Power today announces the release of a new SATA III Solid State Drive, named Velox Series V30. Featuring SandForce controller chip and  Multi Level Cell NAND flash memory, the new 2.5-inch drive can reach up to 550 MB/s read and up 500 MB/s write speeds and comes with DureWrite and wear leveling which extends the endurance of MLC memory providing at last five year lifecycles.

The Velox Series V30  SATA III series was built with Built-in with SMART monitoring system that enables consumers to check on the product’s operating status at any time, supports TRIM command and Garbage Collection technology. The drive is also vibration and shock resistance and offers up to 85,000 IOPS maximum 4k write performance. It comes with a three year warranty and a complimentary 3.5″ adapter bracket that allows easy installment. Available in 60GB, 120GB, 240GB, and 480GB capacities.

Silicon Power Velox V30 SSD


Source: Silicon Power

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