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960 GB, 2.5", SATA III, TLC, RAID, ECC, SMART, 100.0 X 69.85 X 7.0 mm
Silicon Power Slim S55, 960 GB, 2.5", 6 Gbit/s
Renew your computer with little cost
Dedicated to providing high quality products for budget-minded consumers, the S55 is positioned as one of the most cost-effective models. With advanced SATA III 6Gb/s interface and affordable prices, everyone can get old computers upgraded without spending a fortune.
Truly a time saver! Still waste time booting up your computer or loading applications? It's time to get rid of your old hard drive and switch to a SSD. Powered by SATA III 6Gbps interface, the S55 is able to boot up your computer and launch applications within seconds.
Absolutely durable Equipped with original controller and selected NAND Flash, the S55 can not only guarantee the stability and durability of the SSD but also deliver outstanding performance that enables 10-second quick boot up, shorter application load time and faster data transmission speed. No matter it comes to paperwork, web-surfing or video watching, you can enjoy the lag-free experience.
We care more about your data with higher reliability If a new disk contains one or more bad blocks, this may cause irreparable damages to your system. However, the S55 is built with Bad Block Management, which can continually monitor and replace bad blocks to keep your system in good condition with prolonged lifespan of the SSD. This is why the V70 offers a lower capacity than other SSD, we have sacrificed capacity for durability and reliability because we care more about your DATA!
Multiple techniques supported The S55 is one of the lightest and thinnest SSD of its kind yet it is shock- and vibration-proof since it contains no moving parts. Furthermore, S.M.A.R.T. monitoring system and ECC technology are built to promise higher data transmission safety.
Internal Auto-copy technology The Internal Auto-copy technology allows automatic copy operation from SLC cache to TLC blocks inside the NAND without using the controller or DDR, which can encourage higher efficiency by reducing the burden from the controller and DRAM.