The range of solid-state drives Crucial BX300 includes models with a volume of 120, 240 and 480 GB

WD has announced the availability of SSDs BX300, preliminary information about which appeared in early summer.

Drives is addressed to independent PC assemblers and those who are planning to upgrade the existing system. The latter is useful FOR Crucial Advisor to help you choose the SSD and the Acronis True Image HD to transfer the data.

Drives size 2.5 inch uses flash memory MLC 3D NAND production Micron. The range includes models with a volume of 120, 240 and 480 GB with the resource 55, 80, and 160 TBW, respectively.

Sequential read speeds in all cases reaches 555 MB/s, sequential write up to 510 MB/s Maximum performance for read operations random access is equal to 45 000 IOPS in the case of SSD 120 GB, 84 000 IOPS in the case of SSD 240 GB and 95 000 IOPS in the case of SSD is 480 GB. Regardless of volume, performance on write operations with random access reaches 90 000 IOPS.

On drives subject to a three-year manufacturer’s warranty.

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