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Silicon Power's SSD is built using premium quality NAND flash and advanced controller, operates over PCIe 3.0 x4 host interface, and complies with NVMe standards. M.2 form factor fits into a variety of modern laptops and desktops with M.2 slots. With read speeds up to 2,200MB/s and write speeds up to 1,600MB/s

* Warranty is subject to number of Terabytes written over the lifetime of the device - to estimate, take the size of the drive and multiply by 600 to determine the warranty lifespan. Subject to manufacturer's warranty and discretion.

*Pictures are for illustration only - if specific brand is not available we might ship the same storage size from another brand, at this time we are offering SiliconPower and TeamGroup Units, both manufactured in Taiwan. 

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Antonio Ortiz
    It is been working so far, no complains.

    Working as expected.

    D. Deatrich
    Odroid-H3 running RHEL 9.3

    I am ditching my old PC towers and improving the noise level in my computer room. I installed RHEL 9.3 without problems on my new Odroid-H3. So far I am happy with this choice. I am getting good read/write speed on the usb-3 interface - more than 500 MB/s to an external USB Samsung 860 EVO SSD.

    I attach a picture of the odroid to the left of the old desktop tower for the size comparison...


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