SanDisk SD6SB1M-128G-1022I X110 128GB SATA 3 Enterprise Class SSD 505MB/s, Write 445MB/s, 81000 IOPS £41.98 @ Scan
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SanDisk SD6SB1M-128G-1022I X110 128GB SATA 3 Enterprise Class SSD 505MB/s, Write 445MB/s, 81000 IOPS £41.98 @ Scan

£41.98
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Found 1st Dec 2014
Quite cheap for the speeds it offers

Enterprise Class X110 Series - High performance. Enhanced user experience.

SanDisk X110 SSDs have high read/write performance to support daily computing uses that require enhanced multitasking capabilities. Uses like email, Web browsing, music, and virus scans. Without the ability to handle a high mixture of sequential and random read/write patterns, user experience can be significantly impacted.
The X110 SSDs address these issues by implementing a tiered caching technology — a hierarchical three storage layer architecture that directs data pattern streams to one of the three most suitable layers: volatile cache (DDR DRAM ), nCache™ (a non-volatile flash write cache), or mass storage (ML C NAN D flash). The data pattern streams are then monitored and rearranged by a proprietary innovative ultistreaming feature that reduces fragmentation and improves locality of data. This enables fast user response, no stuttering, better multitasking capabilities, and significantly improves the drive’s long-term data endurance, ensuring an enhanced user experience.

Low power consumption. Longer battery life.
The SanDisk X110 SSDs employ a low power architecture that significantly reduces the power consumed by devices in low power modes, allowing users to extend the charge cycles of the battery, which is highly desired by mobility applications.

Tiered Caching Technology Offers Improved Responsiveness
From streaming video to multitasking, the needs of business and personal users are placing ever-increasing demands on today's hard drives. The SanDisk X110 SSD uses tiered caching technology to direct data streams to the appropriate layer for maximum performance, greatly improving responsiveness and extending the life of the flash drive. The X110 can reach sequential read/write speeds of up to 505/445MB/s and random read/write speeds of up to 81,000/44,000 IOPS.

Built-In Reliability combined with Thermal Throttling
A patrol read error prevention mechanism checks and corrects errors in the background with zero performance impact. Advanced NAND recovery techniques and powerful error detection and correction capabilities ensure reliable data reads under punishing conditions. The SanDisk X110 SSD uses write-minimization technology, which eliminates unnecessary write operations to increase endurance and performance, and supports thermal throttling to prevent overheating.

SanDisk® X110 SSDs, based on 19nm MLC NAND flash, bring all the benefits and speed of high performance SSDs to ultrabooks, notebooks and desktops at a competitive price.

The storage device can be used as either a standalone or as a caching solution in a dual drive configuration. In both situations, X110 SSDs provide superior performance over the standalone hard disk drive, meeting Intel® Ultrabook® performance requirements. The SanDisk X110 SSD is offered in a 2.5” and customized form factors, taking full advantage of the SATA 6 Gb/s high performance interface.

• Leading edge 19nm NAND flash technology
• SATA Revision 3.0 (6Gb/s) connectivity
• Up to 505/445MB/s sequential read/write performance
• Capacities up to 256GB
• Ideal for storage or dual-drive caching applications

14 Comments

don't understand how people are voting cold on this.

Probably because of the earlier £38 Crucial 256GB SSD.

But that one was refurbished and had slower writes. This is a good price for a new SSD.

Compare this SSD with others here: anandtech.com/ben…748

Because people don't understand operations per second and that write speeds are more perhaps more important than read ones . maybe ..

Not sure why email is cited as a need for enterprise class SSD. I'm also impressed by the **** generating marketing tool they used to write the summary.

Also not sure what ultistreaming is. Suspect Sandisk don't know either.

I think something missing here is that Sandisk gives a 5 year warranty on their enterprise SSDs.

Anyway, SSD is sooo 2014... the new hot storage is PCIe flash modules.
Edited by: "eldaras" 1st Dec 2014

rwillett

Not sure why email is cited as a need for enterprise class SSD. I'm also … Not sure why email is cited as a need for enterprise class SSD. I'm also impressed by the **** generating marketing tool they used to write the summary. Also not sure what ultistreaming is. Suspect Sandisk don't know either.



The idea that anything is Enterprise, makes me laugh, when I was specifying server farms, I'd choose the hardware based on the requirements, not some marketing spiel by the manufacturer. The requirements for an Enterprise installation will vary depending on the jobs running on the hardware and the customer, sometimes we'd spec. servers with cheap 'consumer' drives for a price sensitive contract, or high performance drives for data heavy SQL queries, but one thing was certain, no two customers would have the same 'Enterprise' requirements.

Mostly, one thing that was never considered, was the warranty length, in most environments you're going to be running RAID and want the system redundant for as near as 24x7 as possible, far more important than the 5 year warranty was the ability to get a replacement from the local PC World, if we didn't keep spares, no Enterprise is going to put up with waiting for the manufacturer, to deal with warranties, that even includes same day response from say Dell or HP, the mantra was get the system back up with full redundancy asap, whatever the cost.

mike

Have to add delivery onto price of this, then it seems expensive
Total (Inc VAT) £47.46

Original Poster

Cattle

Have to add delivery onto price of this, then it seems expensive Total … Have to add delivery onto price of this, then it seems expensive Total (Inc VAT) £47.46



most members of HUKD wouldn't need to pay postage as a lot of users get free delivery from being members on certain forums. (£20 excluding VAT)

Scotta965

most members of HUKD wouldn't need to pay postage as a lot of users get … most members of HUKD wouldn't need to pay postage as a lot of users get free delivery from being members on certain forums. (£20 excluding VAT)



I thought the free delivery thing had been dropped a while back?

eldaras

I think something missing here is that Sandisk gives a 5 year warranty on … I think something missing here is that Sandisk gives a 5 year warranty on their enterprise SSDs.Anyway, SSD is sooo 2014... the new hot storage is PCIe flash modules.

Pcie flash is not new at all. Been around for a few years now.

Original Poster

marra

I thought the free delivery thing had been dropped a while back?



http://i.imgur.com/kew7IRT.png
Nope

Scotta965

Nope



http://s12.postimg.org/5v559av0t/Postage_Yep.jpg


Yep.

Original Poster

Cattle

Yep.



well no clearly not, but do be aware there is 2 offers for free delivery with scan, one at avforum??? and the other somewhere i can't remember

also 1 is a minimun of 40 excluding vat the other is 20 excluding vat i have the 20 excluding vat
Edited by: "Scotta965" 1st Dec 2014

if it has mega iops then its good for a VM lab work station. though would prefer 512GB to 1TB
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