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Intel X18-M 80GB 1.8" SATA SSD 131.60 [email protected]
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Intel X18-M 80GB 1.8" SATA SSD 131.60 [email protected]

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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 … 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?

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!

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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