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Thanks to SSD, you now have faster and better solution when it comes to data backup. You can never go wrong with an external SSD. If you are still unsure, you can take a look at our external SSD buying guide. Read more about external SSD in Hong Kong below to find out.

HyperX® Savage solid-state drive offers extreme performance for the %u2028extreme performer. The fastest HyperX SATA-based Ssd, it’s powered by a quad-core, 8-channel Phison S10 controller that delivers incredible speeds of up to 560MB/s read and 530MB/s write, with read/write Iops up to 100k/89k. The result is ultra-responsive multitasking and an overall faster system that maintains performance even as the drive fills up. With its low profile and slim, 7mm form factor, HyperX Savage SSD fits in most notebooks, desktops and Htpc builds. - Performance — incredible speeds for enhanced productivity. - Unique design — stunning red casing to give an edge to the latest PC hardware. - Slim — 7mm thickness to fit in most desktops and notebooks. - Fast and easy migration — all-in-one kit available with premium HyperX accessories, including a handy multi-kit screwdriver and USB 3.0 enclosure for easy installation. - Guaranteed — three-year warranty and free technical support. Hard drive Solid-state drive capacity 240 GB Solid-state drive interface Serial ATA III Memory type MLC Internal Yes Performance Controller type Phison Ps3110-S10 Solid-state drive capacity 240 GB Windows operating systems supported Yes S.m.a.r.t. support Yes Read speed 560 MB/s Trim support Yes Solid-state drive interface Serial ATA III Write speed 530 MB/s Memory type MLC Random write (4Kb) 89000 Iops Random read (4Kb) 100000 Iops Mean time between failures (Mtbf) 1000000 h Data transfer rate 6 Gbit/s Data transmission Read speed 560 MB/s Write speed 530 MB/s Random write (4Kb) 89000 Iops Random read (4Kb) 100000 Iops Data transfer rate 6 Gbit/s Design Colour of product Black, Red Internal Yes SSD form factor 2.5" Power Power consumption (average) 0.5 W Power consumption (write) 4.35 W Power consumption (read) 1.4 W Power consumption (idle) 0.39 W Endurance Mean time between failures (Mtbf) 1000000 h Operational conditions Operating temperature (T-T) 0 - 70 °C Storage temperature (T-T) -40 - 85 °C Operating vibration 2.17 G Non-operating vibration 20 G Technical details S.m.a.r.t. support Yes Trim support Yes Colour of product Black, Red SSD form factor 2.5" Software Windows operating systems supported Yes Weight & dimensions Width 6.99 cm Weight 96 g Height 7 mm Depth 10 cm Packaging data Adapter brackets included 2.5" to 3.5" adapter bracket Read more
Next-generation SSD technology Kingston’s M.2 Sata G2 SSD is a thin and compact, caseless internal solid-state drive that combines high capacity with low power consumption to serve as a reliable caching device or primary storage for the O/S and applications. Suitable for desktop motherboards that use the Intel 9x chipset and popular small-form-factor (Sff) PCs including ultrabooks, notebooks and tablets, the M.2 2280 Sata G2 SSD easily integrates into designs with M.2 connectors and is ideal for system builders and DIY end users. Lighter weight than a cased Ssd, the M.2 Sata G2 SSD optimises performance with advanced garbage collection, wear-levelling and Trim support to keep performance consistent over the life of the drive.1 DevSleep, a recent addition to the Sata specification, is an efficient power management option that minimises power consumption and extends battery life. Firmware-based power loss protection maintains data integrity and ensures that data in the cache is constantly flushed and hardened to Nand to enable the drive to recover in the event of an unsafe shutdown. The complimentary Kingston SSD Manager (Ksm) monitors warranty status and SSD health via the Kingston website. The M.2 Sata G2 SSD is backed by a limited five-year warranty2, free technical support and legendary Kingston® reliability. - Space-saving caseless design fits ultra-thin computing applications - Multi-purpose SFF connector replaces small mSATA and mini-PCIe slots - Capacities of up to 480Gb3 - M.2 Gen 2 SSDs are backed by a limited five-year warranty2 1. Based on “out-of-box performance” using a Sata Rev. 3.0 motherboard. Speed may vary due to host hardware, software and usage. Iometer random 4k random read/write is based on 8GB partition. 2. Limited warranty based on five years or SSD “Life Remaining” which can be found using the Kingston SSD Manager (kingston/SSDManager). A new, unused product will show a wear indicator value of one hundred (100), whereas a product that has reached its endurance limit of program erase cycles will show a wear indicator value of one (1). See kingston/wa for details. 3. Some of the listed capacity on a Flash storage device is used for formatting and other functions and is thus not available for data storage. As such, the actual available capacity for data storage is less than what is listed on the products. For more information, go to Kingston’s Flash memory Guide at kingston/flashguide. Hard drive Solid-state drive capacity 240 GB Solid-state drive interface Serial ATA III Internal Yes Performance Maximum write (4Kb) 80000 Iops Maximum read (4Kb) 100000 Iops Solid-state drive capacity 240 GB Windows operating systems supported Yes Read speed 550 MB/s Trim support Yes Solid-state drive interface Serial ATA III Write speed 330 MB/s Mac operating systems supported Yes Linux operating systems supported Yes Random write (4Kb) 79000 Iops Random read (4Kb) 79000 Iops Mean time between failures (Mtbf) 1000000 h Data transfer rate 6 Gbit/s Data transmission Read speed 550 MB/s Write speed 330 MB/s Random write (4Kb) 79000 Iops Random read (4Kb) 79000 Iops Data transfer rate 6 Gbit/s Design Colour of product Black, Blue Certification Fcc, VCI Internal Yes SSD form factor M.2 Power Power consumption (write) 3.01 W Power consumption (read) 1.56 W Power consumption (idle) 0.06 W Power consumption 100 mA Operating voltage 3.3 V Endurance Mean time between failures (Mtbf) 1000000 h Operational conditions Operating temperature (T-T) 0 - 70 °C Storage temperature (T-T) -40 - 85 °C Operating vibration 2.17 G Non-operating vibration 20 G Certificates Certification Fcc, VCI Technical details Form factor M.2 Operating temperature (T-T) 0 - 70 °C Trim support Yes Storage temperature (T-T) -40 - 85 °C Operating vibration 2.17 G Non-operating vibration 20 G Country of origin Taiwan Colour of product Black, Blue SSD form factor M.2 SSD endurance rating 300Tb / 0.70 Dwpd Software Windows operating systems supported Yes Mac operating systems supported Yes Linux operating systems supported Yes Weight & dimensions Width 80 mm Weight 6 g Height 3.5 mm Depth 22 mm Other features Country of origin Taiwan Internal Yes Read more
Next-generation SSD technology Kingston’s M.2 Sata G2 SSD is a thin and compact, caseless internal solid-state drive that combines high capacity with low power consumption to serve as a reliable caching device or primary storage for the O/S and applications. Suitable for desktop motherboards that use the Intel 9x chipset and popular small-form-factor (Sff) PCs including ultrabooks, notebooks and tablets, the M.2 2280 Sata G2 SSD easily integrates into designs with M.2 connectors and is ideal for system builders and DIY end users. Lighter weight than a cased Ssd, the M.2 Sata G2 SSD optimises performance with advanced garbage collection, wear-levelling and Trim support to keep performance consistent over the life of the drive.1 DevSleep, a recent addition to the Sata specification, is an efficient power management option that minimises power consumption and extends battery life. Firmware-based power loss protection maintains data integrity and ensures that data in the cache is constantly flushed and hardened to Nand to enable the drive to recover in the event of an unsafe shutdown. The complimentary Kingston SSD Manager (Ksm) monitors warranty status and SSD health via the Kingston website. The M.2 Sata G2 SSD is backed by a limited five-year warranty2, free technical support and legendary Kingston® reliability. - Space-saving caseless design fits ultra-thin computing applications - Multi-purpose SFF connector replaces small mSATA and mini-PCIe slots - Capacities of up to 480Gb3 - M.2 Gen 2 SSDs are backed by a limited five-year warranty2 1. Based on “out-of-box performance” using a Sata Rev. 3.0 motherboard. Speed may vary due to host hardware, software and usage. Iometer random 4k random read/write is based on 8GB partition. 2. Limited warranty based on five years or SSD “Life Remaining” which can be found using the Kingston SSD Manager (kingston/SSDManager). A new, unused product will show a wear indicator value of one hundred (100), whereas a product that has reached its endurance limit of program erase cycles will show a wear indicator value of one (1). See kingston/wa for details. 3. Some of the listed capacity on a Flash storage device is used for formatting and other functions and is thus not available for data storage. As such, the actual available capacity for data storage is less than what is listed on the products. For more information, go to Kingston’s Flash memory Guide at kingston/flashguide. Hard drive Solid-state drive capacity 240 GB Solid-state drive interface Serial ATA III Internal Yes Performance Maximum write (4Kb) 80000 Iops Maximum read (4Kb) 100000 Iops Solid-state drive capacity 240 GB Windows operating systems supported Yes Read speed 550 MB/s Trim support Yes Solid-state drive interface Serial ATA III Write speed 330 MB/s Mac operating systems supported Yes Linux operating systems supported Yes Random write (4Kb) 79000 Iops Random read (4Kb) 79000 Iops Mean time between failures (Mtbf) 1000000 h Data transfer rate 6 Gbit/s Data transmission Read speed 550 MB/s Write speed 330 MB/s Random write (4Kb) 79000 Iops Random read (4Kb) 79000 Iops Data transfer rate 6 Gbit/s Design Colour of product Black, Blue Certification Fcc, VCI Internal Yes SSD form factor M.2 Power Power consumption (write) 3.01 W Power consumption (read) 1.56 W Power consumption (idle) 0.06 W Power consumption 100 mA Operating voltage 3.3 V Endurance Mean time between failures (Mtbf) 1000000 h Operational conditions Operating temperature (T-T) 0 - 70 °C Storage temperature (T-T) -40 - 85 °C Operating vibration 2.17 G Non-operating vibration 20 G Certificates Certification Fcc, VCI Technical details Form factor M.2 Operating temperature (T-T) 0 - 70 °C Trim support Yes Storage temperature (T-T) -40 - 85 °C Operating vibration 2.17 G Non-operating vibration 20 G Country of origin Taiwan Colour of product Black, Blue SSD form factor M.2 SSD endurance rating 300Tb / 0.70 Dwpd Software Windows operating systems supported Yes Mac operating systems supported Yes Linux operating systems supported Yes Weight & dimensions Width 80 mm Weight 6 g Height 3.5 mm Depth 22 mm Other features Country of origin Taiwan Internal Yes Read more

What You Should Know Before Buying an SSD

As the entire computing world begins to adopt SSD, this should be the best time for you to get one. Thanks to its several advantages, SSD really makes you feel that it is a major upgrade which shows tangible results. Moreover, it is this dramatic performance that encourages many to use SSD for their computers. While HDD is cheaper than SSD, SSD actually offers true value for money if you can get the right one. Before buying a SSD, these are some things that you should consider so that you can make the best decision.

Form Factor

When it comes to getting an SSD, you should get the one that you can mount easily in your system. You can get the best SSD but it will be useless when you cannot mount it due to incompatibility. Thankfully, SSDs are mostly standardized and you will have no problem with them. As long as you pay attention, you can avoid the problem of incompatibility. As of now, most SSDs are available in their 2.5-inch form factor. This size is actually ideal for laptops. However, you should not use this size for your desktop computer because it accepts 3.5-inch form factor. Yet, you can remedy such problem by using a special adapter that converts the 3.5-inch bay drive to accept 2.5-inch form factor.

Performance

SSDs do offer an obvious advantage over the traditional hard disk drive when it comes to performance. It is the reason why people prefer to get SSD for their computers. Unlike HDD, SSD uses the same flash technology like the one you see on flash drives. In fact, even the worst SSD is still better than HDD.

Despite this, not all SDDs are created equally. When you compare several SSDs with similar storage capacity, you need to pay attention to their sequential read and sequential write speed. Even though these SSDs have the same storage capacity, all of them actually have different sequential read and write speed. In other words, you need to pay attention to sequential read and write speed as well.

Storage Capacity

It is important to note that both HDD and SSD operate differently. While HDD can overwrite existing data, SSD is unable to do the same thing. Instead, SSD requires an entire block of data to be erased firstly before you can write new data. Basically, your SSD will need empty space in order to function properly. Otherwise, your SSD becomes less efficient due to insufficient empty space. If you have 250GB, you can only use up to 200GB effectively. Storage capacity is one thing that you should consider before you buy an SSD.

Reliability

Since it does not contain moving parts, SSD does not encounter the problem of mechanical failure. However, it is more vulnerable to a power failure which can result in data corruption or total device failure. It is expected that the lifespan of SSD is between 5 and 7 years. Each passing year will increase the chance of drive failure. This is another thing that you should keep in mind if you want an SSD.

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