The Premier Pro SP900 SSD not only boasts impressive performance numbers, but also offers a competitive price advantage to those looking to upgrade. It is expanded capacity solid state drive which uses new optimized firmware to utilize greater storage capacity of the NAND Flash components drive. With superior NAND Flash, the Premier Pro SP900 reaches new levels of stability and performance, with a 7% increase in storage capacity over common SSDs in the market that use a SandForce controller.
High Speed, Full Capacity
The Premier Pro SP900’s maximum sequential read and write speeds are 555/535 MB per second, with maximum random 4k write speeds of 91,000 IOPS. Capacities of 64, 128 , 256 and 512GB make this drive an outstanding option for upgrading notebooks that are compatible with the SATA 6Gb per second specification.
Support Windows TRIM Command, accelerate data transfer performance
The Premier Pro SP900 SSD adopts specially selected Flash chips from reliable manufacturers, and supports the Windows TRIM command. The Windows TRIM optimization command can directly delete stored data in the Flash memory and release unused space (Free Blocks) to be used for system writes immediately. This results in more accelerated transfer and write performance for solid state drives, and is also effective in slowing down efficiency decline and depletion chances, maintaining effective operation and extending the life of the disk.
In both desktop and notebook computers, users will enjoy an unprecedented high-speed experience when they edit video, retouch large picture, and use computer drafting, reading and writing operations.
Comes with a 3.5-inch conversion bracket to help you mount the SP900 when you are upgrading a desktop computer, allowing you to immediately enhance the performance and transmission speed of your operating system.
Laptop Disk Bay Spacer for Solid State Drives
The SP900 Solid State Drive comes in a thickness of 7mm to meet the needs of ultra-slim notebook computers. A 2.5 mm spacer is provided for use in 9.5mm disk bays.