TOSHIBA’s new OCZ RD400 SSD redefines high performance storage for enthusiasts and hardcore gamers that feel held back by commodity storage hardware. With over 200,000 IOPS @4KiB of random read performance at your beck and call, the OCZ RD400 will be your next high-end system.
Get in the PCI Express Lane
Why keep using an interface that was designed for hard disk drives? PCI Express revolutionizes flash storage for tomorrow’s high-speed computing age. The OCZ RD400 boosts bandwidth and puts your data in the fast lane leaving SATA SSDs in the dust.
Utilizing NVMe technology, the OCZ RD400 reduces latency in your system’s I/O path between the drive and your CPU, resulting in smooth and responsive performance.
Good Things Come in Small Packages
The OCZ RD400’s compact M.2 2280 form factor packs in high performance and up to 1024GB of storage capacity, enabling high-end desktop speeds to exist not only in your notebook, but directly on your motherboard without taking up a PCIe slot.
Flexibility for the Future
If you want to harness the power of NVMe now but don’t want to upgrade your motherboard yet, the OCZ RD400 is available with an M.2 PCIe adaptor add-in-card. This option allows your investment to go the distance when you opt for an M.2 platform in the future. Features • NVMe Interface: Say goodbye to legacy storage buses.
• PCIe Performance: Surpass the SATA bottleneck once and for all.
• M.2 2280 Form Factor: Latest SSD form factor for your next gen system build.
• Low Power Mode: Requires less power when drive is in standby mode.
• Custom Drivers: RD400/400A utilizes custom high-performance drivers.
• Multiple Storage Capacities: Choose between 128GB, 256GB, 512GB and 1TB options.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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- 60 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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Date Issued: 7th Apr 2015
Perhaps the best PC innovation in the last 10 years has been the solid-state drive (SSD) used to store the operating system and programs on your computer. SSDs have begun to replace the older mechanical disks as the primary storage for the PC and it's not hard to see why.