120GB Runcore Pro V SATA II mSATA SSD 50mm, £34.86 + delivery from £1.99 @ memoryc
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120GB Runcore Pro V SATA II mSATA SSD 50mm, £34.86 + delivery from £1.99 @ memoryc

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Found 29th Sep 2014
Please note that this 120 GB version is now sold out. However, there is 60GB version(SATA II) still in stock.
memoryc.com/sto…tml

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Limited time offer.
This is SATA II version of Pro V series, which uses Sandforce SF-1222 controller.
It might not the fastest drive, but if your laptop only supports SATA II for msata (like Lenovo Thinkpad X220) this product might be a good for you ,as 120 GB+ SSDs are more expensive.
There is also 60GB sata III version of the drive, based on 2nd generation sandforce controller, and although lower capacity, it should provide higher speeds than the 120GB sata II.
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RunCore Pro V mSATA interface solid-state drive adopts advanced SSD controller and NAND Flash chip, which delivers an affordable, high performance storage upgrade for recent mSATA-equipped systems like Lenovo E220, E420, Y460, Y560, X220, T420, T520 and Dell Precision M4500, M6400, M6500 and more systems.

This 120GB mSATA SSD product is compatible with SATA 3Gbps, and supports mainstream OS, such as Windows, MAC OS, Linux, Unix, Solaris, Vxworks.

Supports read speeds up to 280MB/sec and write speed up to 270MB/sec.

Flash Management Featuring DuraClass™ Technology
- DuraWrite™ extends the endurance of SSD
- Intelligent Read Disturb Management
- Intelligent “Recycling” for advanced free space management
- RAISE™ (Redundant Array of Independent Silicon Elements)
- Intelligent Data Retention optimization
- Power/Performance Balancing

Suitable for the following systems, but may also bde compatible with other systems:

- ASUS Eee Slate EP121
- Dell: M4500, M4600, M6400, M6500
- Google: CR-48 Chrome
- HP Envy 14 Beats
- Lenovo: K26, K47A, K47G
- Lenovo IdeaPad: Y460, Y560
- Lenovo ThinkPad: T420S, T420, T520, L420, L520, W520
- Lenovo ThinkPad Edge: E220s, E420s, Y460, Y560
- WeTab
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18 Comments

Perfect for one of my AOPEN Digital Engine PC's

Also would make a good cheap drive for a NUC/BRIX?

Seems very cheap, but who the hell is Runcore?

Bit of a noob question here

I recently purchased a x220 from the recent deal on here, do i fit this as well as having the hard drive

Does the os go on this? and use the hard drive for all the rubbish

Will it improve the system as a whole

Yes, yes and yes .

gap30

Bit of a noob question hereI recently purchased a x220 from the recent … Bit of a noob question hereI recently purchased a x220 from the recent deal on here, do i fit this as well as having the hard driveDoes the os go on this? and use the hard drive for all the rubbishWill it improve the system as a whole

new to this myself but as far as i can see the answer is yes, read up on it

grandwazoo

Yes, yes and yes .



Cheers, cheers and cheers mate

georgesky01

new to this myself but as far as i can see the answer is yes, read up on … new to this myself but as far as i can see the answer is yes, read up on it



Any links?

Thanks for posting, it's worth a shot for my old T400s. I wasn't wanting to pay £70+ as it would double the value of the laptop.

brilliant deal, perfect price for a little upgrade for my x220

noiren

Seems very cheap, but who the hell is Runcore?



http://www.runcore.co/en/

androo

Thanks for posting, it's worth a shot for my old T400s. I wasn't wanting … Thanks for posting, it's worth a shot for my old T400s. I wasn't wanting to pay £70+ as it would double the value of the laptop.



T400 doesn't have an mSATA slot. Nor did the Allandale follow-ups (T410/X201). mSATA is only on Sandy Bridge upwards (T420/X220 onwards).

kgrings

T400 doesn't have an mSATA slot. Nor did the Allandale follow-ups … T400 doesn't have an mSATA slot. Nor did the Allandale follow-ups (T410/X201). mSATA is only on Sandy Bridge upwards (T420/X220 onwards).



Cheers for the headsup..Fortunately the required adapter is only a couple of quid from China.

ebay.co.uk/itm…684

And it saves me having to lose the DVD drive.
Edited by: "androo" 29th Sep 2014

androo

Cheers for the headsup..Fortunately the required adapter is only a couple … Cheers for the headsup..Fortunately the required adapter is only a couple of quid from China.http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mini-PCIe-PCI-e-MSATA-3-x-5cm-SSD-To-1-8-Micro-SATA-Adapter-Converter-Card-PCBA-/171331507844?pt=UK_Computing_Drive_Cables_Adapters&hash=item27e4275684



Well, actually that is a good idea as that way you basically get the versatility of having both although mSATA has been / is being replace by m2 slots. I would get an adapter which has the housing though so the drive with adapter looks like a normal 2.5" drive (preferably 7mm high too).

gap30

Bit of a noob question hereI recently purchased a x220 from the recent … Bit of a noob question hereI recently purchased a x220 from the recent deal on here, do i fit this as well as having the hard driveDoes the os go on this? and use the hard drive for all the rubbishWill it improve the system as a whole



X220 is SATA 3 on the hard drive port, better off putting a normal SSD in, also if you have a 3G card built in, like mine you cannot use an internal SATA 2 drive unless you take out the 3G card.

kgrings

Well, actually that is a good idea as that way you basically get the … Well, actually that is a good idea as that way you basically get the versatility of having both although mSATA has been / is being replace by m2 slots. I would get an adapter which has the housing though so the drive with adapter looks like a normal 2.5" drive (preferably 7mm high too).



Nothing a little cardboard a gaffer tape won't fix
(and maybe an old low profile heatsink for good measure).

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