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Catering to the increasing demands for super speed and cost-effective storage solutions, SP/ Silicon Power, the world's leading provider of memory storage solutions, today releases the latest powerful M10 M.2 2280 and M10 mSATA solid state drives. They both allow superior performances and high reliability with ultra-fast transfer interface of SATA III 6Gb/s, and supports Intel Smart Response Technology (ISRT) to offer flexible upgrade solutions that saves consumers a lot of time and space.
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SP M10 M.2 2280 SSD
Addressing the mini size and high performance needs for advanced portable devices, the M10 M.2 2280 can be applied for devices with an M.2 slot including next-gen desktops, Ultrabooks and motherboards with Intel 87/97 series chipsets. Engineered with a high-quality controller and MLC NAND flash chips, the M10 M.2 2280 delivers astonishing transfer rates up to Read/Write 520 MB/330 MB/sec while offering impressive 4K random Read/Write speeds of up to 40,000 IOPS in the CDM test. For business people, multimedia professionals and heavy gamers who value the importance of efficiency and stability, the M10 M.2 2280 significantly speeds up boot times and reduces loading times in games to deliver an immediately noticeable performance boost.
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SP M10 mSATA SSD
Built in an original controller and premium flash chips, the M10 mSATA SSD delivers blazibg fast transfer speeds up to Read/Write 520 MB/330 MB/sec and up to 40,000 IOPS of 4K random Read/Write speeds in the CDM test. It can also serve as a boot drive which promises both great capacity expansion and speed acceleration. For heavy gamers, professionals and DIY enthusiasts, the M10 mSATA provides serious performance gains in boot times, game and application loading.
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M10 M.2 2280 & M10 mSATA Features
M.2 (NGFF) design suitable for Ultrabooks, laptops, and desktops
SATA III 6Gbps backwards compatible with SATA II 3Gbps
CDM Transfer rates: 520 MB/s max. Read speed, 330 MB/s max. Write speed
Random 4K write speed up to 40,000 IOPS
High compatibility, support Intel Smart Response Technology (ISRT)
Support TRIM command, NCQ
Support ECC technology and Bad Block Management to guarantee data transmission reliability
Built-in with SMART monitoring system
Shockproof & Anti-Vibration
Noiseless operation, no latency delay and no seek error
3 year warranty

not nvme...mad.gif
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Not surprised that there is no support for NVMe since you need to use the CPU PCIe lanes to get that functionality. This product still uses SATA interface.
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M.2 drives on SATA III seems like such a wasted opportunity.. I can't wait until drives like Samsung's XP941 and and SM951 get some mainstream, well-priced competition. Really want an NVMe, 1TB MLC, PCI-E 3.0x4 M.2 drive to put in my mobo that costs around or less than £300.. rolleyes.gif

Wonder if it'll ever happen..
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I can't begin to say how happy I am with the SM951. The below speeds are with m.2 running at 4x... I can push it more with a riser card however I'm a SFF m-itx build so no extra slots for a card.

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