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Integral Ultima Pro X 960GB SATA III 2.5” Internal SSD, Up To 560MB/s Read 530MB/s Write £89.98 delivered @ Amazon
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Integral Ultima Pro X 960GB SATA III 2.5” Internal SSD, Up To 560MB/s Read 530MB/s Write £89.98 delivered @ Amazon

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The UltimaPro X is Integral’s extreme performance SSD that can meet your most demanding gaming, graphic design, and video workflow needs.

Powered by Phison’s S12 controller, the UltimaPro X SSD delivers super-fast speeds of up to 560MB/s* read and 530MB/s* write, with read/write IOPS of up to 96k**.

UltimaPro X 2.5” SSDs are offered in an industry standard low-profile 7mm form factor which enable installation in most desktops, laptops, Ultrabooks, media centre PCs as well as video recording hardware and professional recording cameras.

Choose the UltimaPro X SSD for your extreme performance needs. Specifically engineered to compliment high specification machines and provide the best gaming and multimedia application performance.

The UltimaPro X SSD has a high read/write IOPS threshold that makes use of every bit of the SSD’s superior hardware, giving you the finest experience in professional solid state computing.

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Key Benefits
  • Providing an industry-leading bandwidth of more than 560MB/sec* read and 530MB/s* write, the Integral UltimaPro X 2.5” SSD can approach the limits of the SATA III 6Gb/s interface on large transfers.
  • Maximum random read/write IOPS up to 96,000**
  • Gamers will benefit from faster loading times, exceptional performance and a more enjoyable gaming experience
  • Power-users, content editors, graphic designers and general multi-taskers will all benefit from an ultra responsive system and super-fast boot
  • Improved video workflow when used in: Digital film recording, live broadcast, video editing, colour correction and visual effects
  • Efficient bad block management and reduced write amplification further increases endurance. Drive health is monitored using an SSD-specific set of S.M.A.R.T. attributes. The combination of these techniques provides excellent data protection.

Benefits
  • Read up to 560MB/s*, Write up to 530MB/s*
  • No mechanical parts
  • Highest reliability; less likely to fail than HDD
  • Extreme shock resistance
  • Zero noise
  • No heat generation
  • Low power consumption - improved battery life on laptops/netbooks

Features
  • 2.5 inch form factor with SATA III 6Gbps interface (backwards compatible with SATA 3Gbps and SATA 1.5Gbps)
  • Fully compatible with devices and OS that support the SATA standard
  • Non-volatile Flash Memory for outstanding data retention
  • Ultra-efficient Block Management and Wear Levelling
  • Supports S.M.A.R.T. - Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology
  • 3 Year Warranty

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gu2gan01/04/2020 06:59

Why people are so hype on this when nvme 2 is 5 times faster at the same …Why people are so hype on this when nvme 2 is 5 times faster at the same price?


Simply put, not all computing devices out in the wild has m.2 interface with nvme support.
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Why people are so hype on this when nvme 2 is 5 times faster at the same price?
gu2gan01/04/2020 06:59

Why people are so hype on this when nvme 2 is 5 times faster at the same …Why people are so hype on this when nvme 2 is 5 times faster at the same price?


Simply put, not all computing devices out in the wild has m.2 interface with nvme support.
freebies_please01/04/2020 07:51

Simply put, not all computing devices out in the wild has m.2 interface …Simply put, not all computing devices out in the wild has m.2 interface with nvme support.


Cool now i know that i have to stay away from SSD and buy Nvme. My motherboard has 2 Nvme slots
gu2gan01/04/2020 08:52

Cool now i know that i have to stay away from SSD and buy Nvme. My …Cool now i know that i have to stay away from SSD and buy Nvme. My motherboard has 2 Nvme slots


Absolutely nothing wrong with regular SATA SSD's. If you really need the sequential i/o yes NVMe is the way to go, but i doubt most users would see a difference in normal usage.
I care more about NAND type, cache, and TBW.
Edited by: "rev6" 1st Apr
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