With Intel® SSD 530 Series, your computer will blaze through the most demanding consumer client applications and will easily handle your multi-tasking needs.
With no moving parts, the Intel SSD 530 Series reduces your risk of data loss caused by shock or vibration during operation.
The Intel SSD 530 Series is specially targeted toward consumer Ultrabooks™ and notebooks, All-in-One (AIO) desktops, next unit of computing (NUC), and embedded designs.
In addition to the strong performance gains, Intel SSD 530 Series introduces new low power modes with cell phone-like standby battery life.
The Intel SSD 530 Series product family paves the way for thin and light computing devices by introducing the latest M.2 form factor. M.2 form factor shrinks the total storage area enormously vs. traditional 2.5-inch form factor storage devices. You will have the comfort of knowing your data is benefitting from advanced security features, world-class performance, and Intel quality and reliability using the latest 20nm Intel® NAND technology; and all that with Intel’s outstanding customer support. Features Intel Evolving Storage Technology
Intel® Solid-State Drives (Intel® SSDs) continue to evolve with the introduction of the Intel® SSD 530 Series - aimed at a wide array of consumer platforms including Ultrabook™, traditional desktops and laptops, as well as the latest tablets and small form factor mobile systems. Intel® Solid-State Drive 530 Series offers high quality, reliable performance and low power consumption for space conscious computing using M.2, mSATA and 2.5” (7mm) form factors.
New Small Form Factor Introduction
The Intel SSD 530 Series product paves the way for thin and light computing devices by introducing the latest M.2 form factor. Intel’s SSD M.2 form factor shrinks the total storage area significantly versus traditional 2.5” form factor storage devices. Along with the M.2 form factor, Intel SSD 530 Series is also available in mSATA and traditional 2.5” form factors enabling the technology in a variety of solutions. The Intel SSD 530 series product line comes in a wide range of capacities from 80GB to 480GB.
A New Generation of Power-Efficient Performance
The Intel® SSD 530 Series accelerates platform performance with sequential read and write performance up to 540 and 490 megabytes per second (MB/s) Random read and write input/output operations per second (IOPs) reach up to 41K and 80K respectively. With the Intel SSD 530 Series, your computer will blaze through the most demanding consumer client applications and easily handle intense multi-tasking. In addition to strong performance gains, Intel SSD 530 Series provides extended battery life through new lower power modes. Idle power consumption of Intel SSD 530 Series is reduced by >90% in comparison to a typical hard disc drive reducing power from watts to milliwatts. When the Intel SSD 530 Series is coupled with a 4th generation Intel® Core based platform, advanced power mode settings reduce power dissipation, another order of magnitude – from milliwatts to microwatts.
World-Class Reliability with the latest NAND Technology
With the Intel® SSD 530 Series using the latest 20nm Intel NAND technology, you also benefit from the high quality and reliability you’ve come to expect from Intel. In addition to the power, space savings, reliability, and peace of mind, the Intel SSD 530 Series is supported with Intel’s outstanding warranty and customer support.
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