Patriot Torqx XRB 64GB

Patriot Torqx XRB 64GB

Introduction

One problem plaguing those that want an SSD at the moment is that there really isn’t an option for those without deep pockets. There’s no way getting round it, SSDs are expensive. However, you can help alleviate this wallet pressure by getting one without too much storage space. Today we look at one of the smallest available SSD sizes, a 64GB from Patriot known as the Torqx TRB. Let’s see how it holds up against the bigger boys.

 

Features and Specifications

  • Sequential Read: up to 260MB/s
  • Sequential Write: up to 115MB/s
  • Interface: SATA I/II
  • TRIM Support (O/S dependent)
  • RAID Support: Yes
  • 64MB DRAM Cache
  • Power Consumption:
    • DC 5V
    • Standby 0.5W
    • Operating 5.3W
  • MTBF: > 1,500,000 Hours
  • Data Retention: >5 years at 25 � C
  • Data Reliability: Built in BCH 9, 24-bit ECC
  • Operating Temperature: 0�C~70�C
  • Storage Temperature: 40�C~85�C
  • Operating Shock: 1,500G (@ 0.5msec half sine wave)
  • Vibration Resistance: 20G/80~2000Hz w 3 axis
  • Humidity: 0�C to 55�C / 95% RH, 10 cycles
  • O/S Support: Win XP / Vista / 7 / Linux and Mac® OS
  • 3 Year Warranty

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  • milnrowlad

    Good read, I recommend a SSD to anyone if you have the money, the pc loads quite fast, I can be on bad company within 60 seconds of turning my pc on. Currently have a 60GB OCZ looking to get a bigger one in the near future.