|Interface||PCIe 3.0 (x4)|
|Host Controller Interface||NVMe|
|Flash Memory Type||20nm MLC-Flash|
|Max. Read||2600 MB/s|
|Max. Write||1000 MB/s|
|DRAM Cache Memory||N/A|
|DRAM Cache Memory Type|
|Max. Random Read 4K||430000 IOPS|
|Max. Random Write 4K||50000 IOPS|
|Power Consumption (active)||25|
|Max. Endurance Rating|
|Max. Operating Vibration|
|Max. Non-operating Vibration|
|Max. Operating Shock|
|Max. Non-operating Shock|
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
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