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  • Built with Toshiba's latest 64-layer 3D BiCS FLASH memory
  • Longer Battery Life: Lower power consumption compared to HDDs for longer battery life with built-in power management modes
  • Quality & Reliability: Toshiba technology built into every drive
  • Slim Form Factor: Sleek housing offers slimmer 7mm height for compatbility with thin notebooks
  • Incredible Sequential Read/Write Performance: Up to Up to 555 MB/s and 540 MB/s Respectively, and Random Read/Write IOPS Performance: Up to 82K and 88K Respectively
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  • Built with Toshiba's latest 64-layer 3D BiCS FLASH memory
  • Longer Battery Life: Lower power consumption compared to HDDs for longer battery life with built-in power management modes
  • Quality & Reliability: Toshiba technology built into every drive
  • Slim Form Factor: Sleek housing offers slimmer 7mm height for compatbility with thin notebooks
  • Incredible Sequential Read/Write Performance: Up to Up to 555 MB/s and 540 MB/s Respectively, and Random Read/Write IOPS Performance: Up to 82K and 88K Respectively
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Description

We donat like to refer to the TR200 as just another SSD - we prefer to think of it as a work of art. Designed by the creative minds at Toshiba, the TR200 SATA series transcends traditional storage technology. Equipped with innovative 64-layer 3-bit-per-cell TLC BiCS FLASHa, the TR200 delivers enhanced power consumption and improved system performance over a standard hard drive, providing excellent value perfect for DIY system builders and first time upgraders. Donat settle for boring old storage a" choose the TR200 a" a solid...state of art.

    3D Flash Memory
    Built with latest BiCS FLASH memory

    Longer Battery Life
    Lower power consumption compared to HDDs for longer battery life with built-in power management modes

    Quality & Reliability
    Toshiba technology built into every drive

    Toshiba Controller
    Leverages a Toshiba SSD controller

    Cost-effective Design
    Well-balanced price to performance ratio

    Slim Form Factor
    Sleek housing offers slimmer 7mm height for compatibility with thin notebooks

    Product Specifications:
  • Brand: Toshiba
  • Series: TR200 SSD Series
  • Model: THN-TR20Z2400U8
  • Device Type: Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
  • Form Factor: 2.5"
  • Capacity: 240GB
  • Memory Components: 3D TLC
  • Interface: SATA 6Gb/s
  • Controller: Toshiba
  • Max Sequential Read: Up to 555Mbps
  • Max Sequential Write: Up to 540 MBps
  • 4KB Random Read: Up to 79,000 IOPS
  • 4KB Random Write: Up to 87,000 IOPS
  • MTTF: 1,500,000 hours
  • Power Consumption (Idle): 100MW (typ.)
  • Power Consumption (Active): Up to 1.75W (typ.)
  • Operating Temperature: 0℃ ~ +65℃
  • Storage Temperature: -40℃ ~ +85℃
  • Max Shock Resistance: 14.7 km/s2 (1500G) (0.5ms)
  • Max Vibration Resistance: 196 m/s2 (20 Grms) (Peak, 10 to 2,000 Hz)
  • Height: 7.00mm
  • Width: 69.85mm
  • Depth: 100.45mm
  • Weight: 45.50g
  • 64-layer 3D BiCS
  • SATA 6 Gbit/s
  • Endurance Up to 240TB TBW
  • Sequential Read/Write Speed Up to 555/540 MB/s
  • Random Read/Write Speed (4KiB) Up to 82,000/88,000 IOPS

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • Toshiba OCZ TR200 2.5" 240GB SATA


Brand: OCZ

MPN: THN-TR20Z2400U8

UPC: 889661182696

Compatibility: SATA 6Gb/s

Packaging: Retail

Condition: New



Product Details

Manufacturer
Toshiba
Classification
TR200
MPN
THN-TR20Z2400U8
Device Type
Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Used For
Consumer
Form Factor
2.5"
Size
240GB
Memory Components
3D TLC
Interface
SATA III
Max Sequential Read
Up to 555 MBps
Max Sequential Write
Up to 540 MBps
4KB Random Read
Up to 79,000 IOPS
4KB Random Write
Up to 87,000 IOPS
MTTF
1,500,000 hours
Features
3D Flash Memory
Built with latest BiCS FLASH memory

Longer Battery Life
Lower power consumption compared to HDDs for longer battery life with built-in power management modes

Quality & Reliability
Toshiba technology built into every drive

Toshiba Controller
Leverages a Toshiba SSD controller

Cost-effective Design
Well-balanced price to performance ratio

Slim Form Factor
Sleek housing offers slimmer 7mm height for compatibility with thin notebooks
Power Consumption (Idle)
100 mW (typ.)
Power Consumption (Active)
Up to 1.7W (typ.)
Operating Temperature
0°C ~ +65°C
Storage Temperature
-40°C ~ +85°C
Max Shock Resistance
14.7 km/s2 (1500G) (0.5 ms)
Max Vibration Resistance
196 m/s2 (20 Grms) (Peak, 10 to 2,000 Hz)
Height
7.00mm
Width
69.85mm
Depth
100.45mm
Weight
45.50g

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Customer Reviews

Review Summary
5.0
Reviews
5
80.0% (12)
4
13.33% (2)
3
6.67% (1)
2
0.0% (0)
1
0.0% (0)
By Christi Moorlag
A linux perspective
Pros: professional reviews indicate this drive is relatively low performing. I've found this often is not true because they trust synthetic tests. My test for this drive on mint 18.3 and a z270 i5-7400 platform, was to make a 6gb ram_disk and transfer 5.5gb of mixed files to the ssd, which used ext4. The speed was 9 seconds. My best high end drives gave 8 seconds. The boot time from boot menu is 10 seconds to desktop, which is exactly the same as my high dollar ssds. Shutdown times are the same. The great thing about ocz/toshiba drives is the bootable toolbox allowing total independence from windows. This gui toolbox as well runs flawlessly on most linux distros. As good as they truly are, you don't have to wonder about smartmon tools or gsmartcontrol for true smart information, and can do a firmware update online. Trim checked by: [sudo hdparm -i /dev/sda | grep trim] gives "data set management trim supported (limit 8 blocks)" but not "deterministic zeros after trim."cons: the endurance rating at 60tb is just okay, not impressive. Still, with normal use that's several years of use. Testing this drive extensively with mint18.3 and btrfs has shown it to be less than ideal for that file system. It's odd that trim behaves normally with ext4, yet with btrfs, it takes a very, very long time to trim either by cron or manually. I use btrfs extensively so this drive somewhat disappointed me in that regard. In all fairness, it is not the fault of the drive. It's likely a file system trim characteristic. (hence staying with 5 stars.) that said, i think there are other drives that would be a better choice for linux if using btrfs. With ext4, you would be happy. I am using it with ext4, and feel the ssd toolbox with all it's great gui tools, that runs on linux, far outweighs the hitch with btrfs. Ext4 is a tried and true file system. That said, it's my understanding that ext4 writes to one area of the disk over and over causing cells to fail, whereas btrfs does not. I may pass this drive along if toshiba releases an enthusiast ssd with 3d nand. Adding noatime to the /etc/fstab file is needed plus limiting writes by reducing swappiness to 10%.
By Semanur Haagmans
Fits well in desktop box, due to it's size ...
Fits well in desktop box, due to it's size the cables needed to shift, had to order different disk cable for 2nd disk
By
Purchased to upgrade my laptop toshiba a660,
Purchased to upgrade my laptop toshiba a660, only issue i have is toshiba's vibration detection notification coming up but other then that its quick to boot up and so far no issues with a fresh install of windows 7 64 bit
By Jeremy Abraham
Good price point, runs linux well
Another reviewer has posted a really good, more technical review about running linux on this ssd. For the less technically minded like me, i'm running my favorite linux distro on it on a vintage thinkpad, set up with ext4. I'm sure the older hardware doesn't get maximum speeds from this ssd, but it's respectable, and definite an huge improvement over a mechanical hd. And battery life is improved.(incidentally, i understand ext4 is perfectly okay with ssds, as wear leveling and "trimming" are pretty much built-in and standard with ssds and current linux distros. You can do a little internet searching around if you want to know more.)it's lightweight. It's a 7mm tall ssd, and the thinkpad bay holds a 9.5mm drive, so to keep it from rattling around i filled the extra space with a couple of strips of closed-cell foam i split from a scrap.My total boot time from a cold start (including entering password) is a little over 30 seconds, about 20 seconds fromt the boot menu. Operating temp is good at around 35 degrees c.Overall, good performance at a good price point.
By Larry Rice
Slow
I've been updating my computers and servers to ssds mainly for speed but as well longevity. Form factor and non mechanical give this a plus over a standard rotating hard dive. But, it is slow. Before putting this into a computer i wanted to test it. I connected it to a 2018 imac via usb 3 dock. I copied 65gb of nikon raw data files (about 50mb each) from the imac to this drive. It took 10 minutes and i tried it twice to confirm. But it only took 7 minutes with the same setup but a wd rotating hard drive. 30% difference and in the wrong direction! Doesn't make sense.
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Toshiba 2 1/2 inch sata ssd
I am using this ssd (solid state drive) as a back-up drive with an acer laptop. It is an exact fit as a replacement for my previous toshiba 2 1/2 inch mechanical drive. Installation was easy- i inserted the ssd into an external 2 1/2 inch sata enclosure that is a couple of years old (not included) and connected it using a usb 3.0 cable (not included).As soon as it was plugged-in-a message appeared on the screen that stated it was connected to a sata 3 gbit/s port and could perform better if connected to a 6 gbit/s port so keep in mind that connecting externally with a newer enclosure may result in better results than mine. Windows 10 recognized the drive as unallocated storage.After using windows disc management tools to format the drive, i backed-up the laptop onto the drive without issue. Copying the files was very fast averaging between 75 and 160 megabytes per second. In total the back-up took approximately half as long as it did with the previous mechanical drive. Again this will vary based on method and equipment used. So far the device is performing well?€”a definite improvement.
By Addison Ambrose
Love it!
I installed this in an acer aspire e 15 e5-575-33bm laptop. The computer came with a 1 tb hdd and 4 gb of memory, and was so slow it was basically unusable. Increasing the memory to 8 gb helped some, but replacing the hdd with this ssd made all the difference in the world. With the old drive, i'd turn the computer on, at which point i might as well go in the kitchen and make a sandwich - it might be ready to use when i returned. Opening any program was the same - an interminable wait until it loaded and could be used. With this ssd, boot up takes mere seconds and programs load in a few seconds as well. I've got an honest-to-goodness computer now!Installation was easy, just open the back of the case, slide out the old drive, and remove it from the drive caddy by taking out 4 tiny screws. Insert the new drive into the caddy, re-install the 4 screws, slide it into place and replace the back cover. I installed a new copy of windows 10 home, which came on a usb stick, so i just had the stick inserted into the usb port on the laptop when i turned it on for the first time with the new drive. Windows walked me through its usual installation procedure, i downloaded all the windows updates, installed my anti-virus software and other programs.Let me put it this way: this computer used to be so slow that it just sat on the table, unused. With this new ssd, everyone wants to use it because it's fast, and that makes it fun. If you're interested in productivity, this simply makes it skyrocket. No more frustrating waits, the computer just zips along wonderfully. I can't recommend this highly enough if you're suffering with a slow computer.
By Neea Joki
This toshiba ssd is pretty fast. To test this toshiba ocz tr200 i ...
Fast and prices are coming down.There are just a few things that can be said about an ssd.How fast can data be written to it?How fast can data be read from it?How reliable is it?How much does it cost?Noise doesn't enter into the review because they are all totally silent. Nor does vibration. Heat really isn't an issue either.Frankly i've had ssds for years and i've never had one fail. I have had hard drives fail. So for me reliability of all ssd drives is respectable, even for the cheapest ssds.So it boils down to read and write speeds. Here ssds are really way out in front of hard drives. And speeds vary from one manufacturer to another. This toshiba ssd is pretty fast. To test this toshiba ocz tr200 i put it in an external drive bay connected to my desktop computer with a usb 2 port. It would conceivably run much faster if installed internally. But it still ran very fast and here is an interesting comparison.This toshiba ocz tr200 ran sequential reads at 302.3 mb/s and 302.8 mb/s through the slower usb connection.My internal 3tb 7200 rpm hard drive connected through the 600 mb/s sata port on the computer motherboard, which should be very fast, ran sequential reads at just 123.3 mb/s and writes at 118.0 mb/s. I've attached the test results for both to this review.So if you want fast go with an ssd like this one. Toshiba is a long time reputable company that makes top notch products. Put his ssd in your laptop or desktop as your c drive and you'll experience significant improvements. My desktop computer comes out of sleep mode in under 4 seconds with an ssd as the main drive.This product is available in three sizes 240gb which is large enough for a c/main drive, especially if you have large files like videos stored on a secondary drive. If you only have one drive, like most laptops, it is available in 480gb and even 960gb. Ssds are still more expensive than hard drives with similar storage capability, but prices are coming down.I highly recommend this toshiba ocz tr200 ssd
By Felix Madsen
Middle of the road performance for a fair price. Toshiba makes great drives...
It is easy to install, but so are all of these. Have not had one yet that was difficult. Had two fail, but not toshiba, so toshiba is a quality product.I have toshiba's in two of my other machines, and they are top notch performers. This is a middle of the road performer that is easy to install and definitely faster than a hard drive. Great for the money, although i just bought a 4 tb hard drive for about the same money and i only need speed on the main drive, not the backup drives.
By Alexis Sirko
The price is fair and like any other SSD you will be ruined after you ...
A name brand ssd with decent capacity. There isn't much to say about the product. The price is fair and like any other ssd you will be ruined after you use it. A standard hdd will forever feel slow and inferior. It's nice that the prices are coming down. I payed twice as much for half the capacity on my first ssd.

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