PureSilicon 256GB SSD Drive Review

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

PureSilicon change retributory more a new 256GB push to its Disloyal R2 SSD arrange. The track meets MIL-STD-810F standards while content 255 MB/s show execution and 180 MB/s pen execution. The pureSilicon SSD Drives can tolerate extremity temperatures, fight, and ambience, enabling Resist R2 to fulfil from -40C to +85C.

pureSilicon 256GB SSD Drive specs and product availability:

Available in 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB and 128GB sizes (in a SATA II setup, low-profile 9.5mm height 2.5″ form factor); the 256GB, PATA and 1.8″ form factor drives will start shipping in Q1 2010 alongside the encrypted versions

High performance with real-world* specifications:
• Capacity: 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, and 256GB using SLC flash
• Sequential Read: 255MB/s
• Sequential Write: 180MB/s
• Random Read: 18,000 IOPS @ 4K
• Random Write: 1,200 IOPS @ 4K
• Average Power: <1.0>

PureSilicon 256GB SSD Drive

Other features include:
• Renegade R2 uses the latest 34nm flash technology.
• Real-time 256-, 192-, or 128-bit AES (CBC or ECB) hardware-driven encryption/decryption.
• Secure-erase data declassification methods that meet strict government policies.
• Supports Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology (SMART), Native Command Queuing (NCQ), Advanced Host Controller Interface (AHCI), and other advanced SATA commands.
• Conforms to SATA 2.6 and ATA-7 specifications.
• Features advanced wear-leveling and over-provisioning techniques to improve performance, prolong drive life, and boost reliability.


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