Runcore Pro V 120GB mSATA SSD

Introduction

 

Solid State Drives (SSD’s) define a great deal of today’s computing power. For more serious computer users, conventional hard disk drives (HDD’s) are mere storage devices, if possible tucked away in a Network-Attached Storage (NAS) in the closet. The advantages of SDD’s? Zero noise, like USB-sticks; low power consumption; extreme reading and writing speeds. What’s more to want? Well, what we always want in this business: Even more speed, even higher numbers. Runcore, still working its way up in Europe, has sent me one of their mSATA SSD’s, which is supposed to make laptop users’ dreams come true. Let’s take a look, shall we?

Specifications

Model

RCP-V-T50XX-MC

Specification

Interface

mSATA

Dimension

50.95mm×30.0mm×4.1mm

Weight

<30g

Capacity

60/120GB

Cache

N/A

Flash Media

MLC

Performance

Max. read speed

540Mb/s

Max. write speed

500Mb/s

4KB Random Read

 50,000

4KB Random Write

30,000

Electrical

Input Voltage

 3.3V ± 5%

Power consumption

 < 2W

Idle power consumption

 < 0.65W

Reliability

MTBF

 1,000,000 Hours

ECC

 55bits/512B sectors

wear-leveling

 DuraWrite algorithms

Others

Operating temperature

Commercial Temperature(0℃~﹢70℃)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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