To ensure the Patriot Hellfire M.2 SSD provides rock-solid performance, static and advanced wear-leveling, advanced garbage collection, TRIM support, bad block management and S.M.A.R.T technologies are built in. At 22mm wide by 80mm tall (2280), the Hellfire M.2 is the best solution for all-in-one PC kits, notebook upgrades, or small form-factor, high-performance gaming PC builds.
Backed by Patriot’s award winning build quality and 3-year warranty; the Patriot Hellfire M.2 SSD delivers one of the most reliable choices in performance class SSDs.
Features The Patriot Hellfire M.2 Next Generation Form Factor (NGFF) SSD is the perfect solution for consumers and professionals looking to get blazingly fast start up times and instantaneous access to their data for better productivity and reliability from their SSDs.
• Capacity: 240GB, 480GB
• Warranty: 3 Years
• Certifications: RoHS, FCC, CE
• Country of Origin: Taiwan
• Packaging Type: Blister Pack
• Units Per Master Carton: 400
• Unit Dimension Width: 8cm
• Unit Dimension Height: 2.2cm
• Unit Dimension Length: 0.31cm
• Units Per Inner Carton: 50
• Unit Weight: 9g
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