Monday, February 17, 2014

KINGMAX instruction DIY Computer setup with SATA III 2.5-inch SSD

It is not really hard to DIY a computer. But there are so many components, like mother boards, display cards, powers, RAMs, etc. Every component has many options for choosing, and they often confused users. At first, you should make sure what do you need. It is important! If you finally make up a computer which does not meet your need, then you may doubt that why do you work it by yourself.
KINGMAX SATA III 2.5 inch SSD

This article is an instruction for solid-state drives (SSD):
A solid-state drive (SSD) is a data storage device using integrated circuit assemblies as memory to store data persistently. SSD technology uses electronic interfaces compatible with traditional block input/output (I/O) hard disk drives, thus permitting simple replacement in common applications. Also, new I/O interfaces like SATA Express are created to keep up with speed advancements in SSD technology. Most SSDs use NAND-based flash memory, which retains data without power. For applications requiring fast access, but not necessarily data persistence after power loss, SSDs may be constructed from random-access memory (RAM). Such devices may employ separate power sources, such as batteries, to maintain data after power loss.

For different users, there are different needs. For example, an user who used hard disk drives (HDD) all the time, so he does not know why should he update his HDD with more cost. In this case, an entry type SSD is a good choice! And for game players’ need, the professional type SSD do excellent performance with higher speed. And KINGMAX promise the file maintenance. KINGMAX knows that any file corrupted may eat game players’ heart out.

World's best-known memory brand, KINGMAX, provides different series of SSD to meet users’ need. While you know what level of SSDs you need, you can just take the SSD away. And it will satisfy you!
KINGMAX SATA III 2.5 inch SSD

Entry Type - SSD SME Xvalue
- Capacity: 60GB/120GB/240GB
- Interface: SATA III 6GB/s
- Size: 100.0mmx69.85mmx7.0mm
- Weight: 71g
- Sequential read and write:
60GB   Read: up to 450MB/s  Write: up to 75MB/s
120GB  Read: up to 540MB/s  Write: up to 150MB/s
240GB  Read: up to 540MB/s  Write: up to 300MB/s

Advanced Type - SSD SMP32/SMP35 Client
- Capacity: 60GB/120GB/240GB/ 480GB
- Interface: SATA III 6GB/s
- Size: 100.5mmx69.85mmx7.0mm
- Weight: 73g
- Sequential read and write:
Read: up to 550MB/s  Write: up to 500MB/s  (60GB)  
Read: up to 550MB/s  Write: up to 520MB/s  (120/240/480GB)
- Random Write Speed:
Up to 75,000 IOPS (60/120/240GB)
Up to 75,000 IOPS (480GB)

Professional Type - SSD SMU32/SMU35 Client pro
- Capacity: 60GB/120GB/240/480GB
- Interface: SATA III 6GB/s
- Size: 100.0mmx69.85mmx7.0mm
- Weight: 73g
- Sequential read and write:
Read: up to 550MB/s  Write: up to 520MB/s  (60/120/240/480GB)
- Random Write Speed:
Up to 85,000 IOPS (60/120/240GB)
Up to 50,000 IOPS (480GB)

For more product information, please visit their official website: (click here)

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3 comments:

  1. it would great if its very affordable to local market.

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  2. the problem is magkano? lol. still expensive not like HDD. anyway, in the future, it will be more affordable and surprisingly better.

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  3. this perfect in my gaming mode needs. hehe.

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