Intel X18-M 80GB 1.8" SATA SSD 131.60 delivered@Expansys - HotUKDeals
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NAND Flash Components Intel® Multi-Level Cell (MLC) NAND Flash Memory 10 Parallel Channel Architecture with 50nm MLC ONFI 1.0 NAND
Bandwidth Sustained Sequential Read: up to 250 MB/s Sustained Sequential Write: up to 70 MB/s
Read Latency 85 microseconds
Interface SATA 1.5 Gb/s and 3.0 Gb/s
Form Factor X18-M: 1.8¨ Industry Standard Hard Drive Form Factor
Compatibility SATA revision 2.6 compliant. Compatible with SATA 3 Gb/s with Native Command Queuing and SATA 1.5 Gb/s interface rates
Life Expectancy 1.2 million hours Mean Time Before Failure (MTBF)
Power Consumption Active: 150 mW Typical (PC workload1) Idle (DIPM): 0.06 W Typical
Operating Shock 1,000 G/0.5 ms
Operating Temperature 0°C to +70°C
RoHS Compliance Meets the requirements of EU RoHS Compliance Directives
Product Health Monitoring Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology (SMART) commands, plus additional SSD monitoring
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Anyone ordering one of these should note that they are 1.8" drives and do not have standard 2.5/3.5" SATA power/data connectors. To connect one to a normal desktop or laptop you need a MicroSATA/SATA converter that passes through 3.3v. And desktops need to have a PSU that supplies 3.3v to its SATA power plugs; many of them don't, especially cheaper ones, because 3.3v isn't needed by hard drives or 2.5" SSDs.
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Anyone ordering one of these should note that they are 1.8" drives and do not have standard 2.5/3.5" SATA power/data connectors. To connect one to a normal desktop or laptop you need a MicroSATA/SATA converter that passes through 3.3v. And desktops need to have a PSU that supplies 3.3v to its SATA power plugs; many of them don't, especially cheaper ones, because 3.3v isn't needed by hard drives or 2.5" SSDs.


And presumably you need 1.8" mounting plates for 2.5"/3.5" bays as well?
#3
Intel have just replaced the old 50nm ssd's with new 34nm ones. The old ones were black and the new one stainless steel covered.

Do not buy these old ones!
#4
Would it be easy to fit this inside a laptop that normally takes a 2.5"? Anyone know of a lightweight bracket and adapter that doesnt mess with the dimensions too much?

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