100GB Intel Data Center DC S3610 SSD/Solid State Drive
100GB Intel DC S3610 Series 2.5" Internal SSD, SATA III 6Gb/s, 550MB/s Read, 520MB/s Write, 82k/6.5k IOPS, Retail
By combining 20nm Intel. NANO Flash Memory technology with SATA 6Gb/s interface support, the Intel SSD DC S3610 Series delivers Sequential Read speeds of up to 550 MB/s and Sequential Write speeds of up to 520 MB's. The Intel SSD DC S3610 Series also delivers Random 4k Read speeds of up to 84000 IOPS and Random 4K Write speeds of up to 6,500 IOPS, and Quality Of Service of 500 for random 4KB reads measured at a queue depth of 1.
The industry-standard 2.5-inch and 1.8-inch form factors enable interchangeability with existing hard disk drives (HDDs) and native SATA HDD drop-in replacement with the enhanced performance, reliability, ruggedness, and power savings offered by an SSD. Features • Standard Endurance Technology.
• High I/O and throughput performance.
• Consistent I/O latency.
• Enhanced power-loss data protection.
• End-to-End data protection.
• Thermal throttling.
• Temperature Sensor.
• Inrush current management.
• Low power.
• High reliability.
• Temperature monitor and logging.
• Power loss protection capacitor self-test.
|Edition||DC S3610 Series|
|Form Factor||2.5" Internal (up to 7mm thickness)|
|Interface||SATA III - 6Gb/s|
|Host Controller Interface|
|Flash Memory Type||None|
|Max. Read||550 MB/s|
|Max. Write||520 MB/s|
|DRAM Cache Memory||N/A|
|DRAM Cache Memory Type|
|Max. Random Read 4K||82000 IOPS|
|Max. Random Write 4K||6500 IOPS|
|Power Consumption (active)||6.8|
|Max. Endurance Rating||500TB|
|Max. Operating Vibration||2.17Grms (5-700 Hz)|
|Max. Non-operating Vibration||3.13Grms (5-800 Hz)|
|Max. Operating Shock||1000G/0.5ms|
|Max. Non-operating Shock||1000G/0.5ms|
|Connectivity||1 x SATA III - 6Gb/s|
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 60 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
Date Issued: 7th Apr 2015
One of the greatest advances for PCs in recent years has been the introduction of solid-state drives (SSD). These storage drives hold information on flash memory that is managed by a processing chip called a controller. Advantages of SSDs over traditional spinning disks are numerous, from silent operation, lower power to significantly faster performance.